Passwords pose a major security risk to your organization. Even though most of us have always been taught to create complex and strong passwords, that doesn’t eliminate the threat of them getting guessed, stolen, or hacked.
As cyber criminals get more advanced in their tactics, the ways in which we protect our accounts must advance as well.
The shift to the cloud has become increasingly popular as it provides the accessibility businesses now need to work from anywhere. However, this also means that your data is much more at risk in the cloud if you don’t have the proper security tools in place.
Microsoft Azure Active Directory is an identity and access management service that combines user credentials and authentication policies to control who can log into your systems. No matter if your data is stored on a server in your office or in an app online – Azure AD protects it.
As we begin to officially wrap up summer, our Summer Series videos are coming to an end. But, we couldn’t quite leave vacation without talking about one last topic: ransomware.
Ransomware is an extremely common tactic used by cybercriminals and can be nearly impossible to see coming. Check out the quick clip below to learn more about what ransomware is and the steps you can take to help avoid falling victim.
In this digital world, everything is now mobile. Your team accesses work on more than just their computers. While the flexibility is convenient, you have to make sure it’s being done securely so that your organization is not left vulnerable.
Critical pieces of information created and stored by businesses must be protected. Data protection may be a legal requirement, but it’s also essential for your organization’s security.
As more technology is being used in business operations and more data is being created and stored, higher levels of regulation are required to protect personal information. IT compliance aims to hold companies accountable, and cybersecurity helps keep data secure.
Join us for a discussion as we break down regulatory compliance and effective measures to protect IT systems.
What You’ll Learn:
Quick overview of compliance and regulation laws that may affect your business
Keeping your organization on top of regulatory compliance
It’s no surprise that many businesses are making the move towards a cloud environment, especially given the flexibility and scalability that it allows. However, it can seem overwhelming to know where to start when it comes to making the switch.
How can small businesses continue to be competitive by shifting towards the cloud, while also staying productive and secure?
Join us for a discussion as we break down the cloud with things to consider as you make the switch.
In this webinar, we’ll focus on strategies to help your organization better understand the options so you can adopt the right cloud technologies. With 20 years of experience working with small businesses, we’ll answer the most common questions, including:
When it comes to selecting the right firewall for your business, there’s a few considerations to think about. Your firewall is an integral part of keeping your business secure, so you want to ensure that you have the proper one in place to do just that.
In today’s hybrid work environment, nearly everything is connected to the internet in order to allow this flexible work style. Unfortunately, if it’s connected to the internet, it’s also at risk for cyberattack.
Think your business is immune to disasters? Think again. Disasters can strike without warning, and when they do, your company stands to lose more than just the time and money you’ll have to spend on data recovery and compensation. You could lose years of hard-earned reputation and trust from loyal clients – the two things that could potentially end your operations altogether.
It’s therefore important to protect your business from disasters before they even happen. When it comes to disaster recovery planning, there are countless actions you can take to minimize damage and risk. Here are a few to help you protect your business from disaster.
As a small business owner, you’re probably looking into ways to maximize profitability and minimize costs. In order to do that you must make good business decisions, and making sound decisions requires a thorough analysis of all relevant data. That kind of data can be found in a well-designed data warehouse.
Businesses have to deal with large amounts of data everyday, and this is where a data warehouse can help. If you’re wondering what exactly a data warehouse is and how your business can use it, here is some information to get you started.