There’s no denying that cloud-based applications are taking over in offices around the world due to their ability to break the chains of “one software-one computer” and enable mobility in the workforce like never before.
Ransomware continues to be a major threat to businesses around the world. In the first quarter of 2019 alone, ransomware attacks increased by 195%. And hackers don’t only target large enterprise corporations, small and medium businesses are also common victims.
In the digital age, personal information has become currency. Credit card details, login credentials, social security numbers… they’re all for sale in a shady marketplace that can’t be found on the standard world wide web that you’re used to browsing.
Digital files are being created at a breakneck pace in today’s technology-driven world and keeping up with them all can be challenging for any small business. How can you securely store files, find them easily when needed, and share them efficiently inside and outside your organization?
Data security has become one of the top priorities of both small businesses and enterprise corporations. For reasons of both regulatory compliance and avoiding the crippling costs of a data breach, protecting information both in the cloud and on local devices is crucial.
Today’s cybersecurity solutions are complex and multi-layered. They have to handle virus and malware control, end point security, email and phishing protection, web security, and much more.
Email is one of the most popular modes of entry for hackers. It offers a way to get directly in front of millions of people with the click of a mouse. And a cleverly disguised email can mean a user mistakenly downloads a dangerous attachment or clicks a link to a malicious website.
Data security is made up of multiple moving parts, including protecting network traffic, preventing email phishing attacks, and safeguarding endpoint devices (computers, tablets, smartphones, security cameras, etc…).