“Your hardware has reached the end of its useful life.” As a business leader, you’ve likely seen this message before, but do you know what it actually means? Or how it can affect your business operations?
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.
You know that a thorough cybersecurity plan is essential to protect your assets and information. The threat of cyber attacks on small businesses is higher than ever, and damages from an attack can take months and up to a year for most companies to recover from, if they can recover at all.
So, how can you be sure your organization is doing the right things to prevent damage that can be caused by cyber threats and keep it within a small business budget?
Over the past couple of years, we’ve likely all found ourselves in a position where we needed to get some work done, but our only internet option was public wifi.
Whether you like to head to your local coffee shop or get some work done in a bookstore, oftentimes there is no other option for you to use.
It’s no secret that the risk of a cyberattack is high. As threats continue to evolve, it’s no longer a matter of if but when a threat will get past your security defenses. When that happens, you need to be prepared with a plan of action that not only identifies potential threats but also jumps into action to help minimize the damage done.
Fortunately, there is a proactive security solution that not only decreases your risk of being attacked in the first place but also saves your organization valuable time and resources should one manage to get through.
Continue reading for a look into our Managed Detection & Response security service and how it compares to other solutions.
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.
While you can take precautionary steps to try and avoid a cyber-attack, you can never fully eliminate the risk of one occurring. When it happens, you need to be prepared.
Having a general idea of how things should work in the event of an attack will help your team stay productive and efficient, while also managing the situation at hand.
Cyber threats are all around us. As the digital world continues to increase, the risk of cyber attacks is exponentially growing as well.
While we work hard to prevent security threats from happening, they’re never completely avoidable. We often say it’s now no longer a matter of if they happen, but when they happen. When something slips through your security defenses, you need to be prepared.