Ransomware in 2022:  Best Defenses and Practices.

Ransomware in 2022: Best Defenses and Practices.

Ransomware is the most present threat in cybersecurity this year. Obviously, MSPs or Managed Service Providers still concern the large population of the business sector. According to a study, 43% of SMBs Lack Any Type of Cybersecurity Defense Plans. In addition, 93 percent of data breaches are financially motivated. As a result, many of these…

Cloud Computing Insights: How To Avoid Writing A Big Cash-Draining Check For Your Next Server Or IT Infrastructure Upgrade

     If you’re planning a network upgrade or expansion within the next 6 months, listen up. You might be able to save yourself quite a bit of money AND give yourself a more productive workplace by switching to a cloud-based network instead of an on-premises server. However, cloud computing is NOT a good fit for…

Mobile Devices: 5 Often Overlooked Security Measures All Businesses Must Have In Place When Using It

Implement a mobile device policy. This is particularly important if your employees are using their own personal devices to access company e-mail and data. If that employee leaves, are you allowed to erase company data from their phone? If their phone is lost or stolen, are you permitted to remotely wipe the device – which…

Shadow IT: How Your Company’s Data Is Silently Being Leaked Online

Here’s a growing trend creeping into organizations of all industries and sizes: Shadow IT. Shadow IT are unauthorized cloud applications employees are using and downloading to perform work-related activities with company data. This can be file-sharing services like Dropbox or surveys such as Zoomerang. The list goes on and on.      So what’s the problem…

For Hackers, Are You A “Sitting Duck”?

          You, the CEO of a small business, are under attack. Right now, extremely dangerous and well-funded cybercrime rings in China, Russia and Ukraine are using sophisticated software systems to hack into thousands of small businesses like yours to steal credit cards and client information, and swindle money directly out of your bank account. Some…

Why “Break-Fix” Works Entirely In The Consultant’s Favor, Not Yours

A question I often get is Can’t I just pay you to come out and fix things when they’re broken?”Why do I need to be on a managed IT plan? While that’s a legitimate question if we were talking about your washing machine or car, that’s definitely NOT the right approach to a critical and…

Data Back up and Recovery: Strategies and Importance
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Data Back up and Recovery: Strategies and Importance

What makes data backup and recovery beneficial elements in running a successful business is that organizations of all sizes and industries quickly consider three crucial keynotes on their daily operations. First, any computer system can crash. Second, anyone can make errors. And the last one, disasters are bound to happen when you least expect it or are least prepared for…

Cybersecurity Awareness Month, History and Beyond

Cybersecurity Awareness Month, History and Beyond

Cybersecurity Awareness Month—formerly known as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, continues its platform not only to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity across the nation but also, to prepare the public for possible cybersecurity attacks. What is Cybersecurity Awareness Month? Cybersecurity Awareness Month – observed every October. Furthermore, It is a collaborative effort between government…

What is Zero Trust Security? A Model that Might be the Best Way to Stop a Data Breach

What is Zero Trust Security? A Model that Might be the Best Way to Stop a Data Breach

Zero Trust is a network cybersecurity approach that assumes data breaches executed by untrusted sources originating both and outside an enterprise. In addition to this, The Zero Trust Network, or Zero Trust Architecture, was initiated by John Kinderbag in 2010. Moreover, He was at the time a principal analyst at Forrester Research Inc. Furthermore, It’s…