As companies continue to operate remotely because of the pandemic, business continuity remains a focal point of IT strategy. Managers and employees need to have tools that allow them to stay secure and be productive—no matter where they are.
Cybersecurity is a priority, but it can be complicated to navigate for small businesses with limited resources. While you’re likely covered by traditional security tools like a firewall or anti-virus, and advanced threat protection, small businesses haven’t had the resources to ensure their security systems are working well. However, you can leverage two key cybersecurity services to continuously strengthen your IT security plan.
It’s the final week of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and it’s time we connected all the dots – like a good ol’fashion conspiracy wall web, except, not as creepy.
This week in Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it’s all about the heroes of cybersecurity that protect us against the evil doings of the Wicked Witches of the Web. You’ll learn the best tools and tech to keep your organization safe from cyber criminals.
Remote work creates risk for your business because your employees don’t usually have the same safeguards at home as in the office. When your employees – and your computers and data – are at the office, they’re protected by layers of security controls. When they leave the office, you can still offer them protection. By following a few best practices, you can keep your organization safe while your employees work from home. Here are 7 cybersecurity tips for remote working.
We understand that transitioning to working remotely can be tough. To help, we created this infographic that will provide you with some simple steps to take to remain as productive and secure at home as you are in the office.
This week in Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it’s all about the Zombies – or in technical terms, your everyday internet users. Humans are the weakest link in cybersecurity, That’s why we’ve dedicated an entire week of CSAM to help folks manage and train their teams on safe cybersecurity practices, and to help us Zombies break our mindless clicking habits.
End users are the #1 threat to organizations. One wrong click could leave your entire company open to a cyber-attack. The way to protect yourself and your organization’s data is to keep cybersecurity top of mind. Here are ways to implement IT security awareness training for employees.
The first week of our Cybersecurity Awareness Month video series is about the major methods cybercriminals use to try and hack your system and drain your resources.
Cybersecurity is all about staying ahead of threats, making it important to know the types of cyber attacks that may target your small business.