Modern organizations need more than a firewall and anti-malware software to keep assets safe. As technology advances, so too do cyber attacks. From social engineering to ransomware, criminals and hackers find ever more sophisticated ways to steal data and hijack your business assets.
Here’s why this is important to every level of your organization — from your executives to your IT manager and office managers:
Our free ebook Latest Innovations in IT Security: 2020 sheds light on strategies to prevent these types of events — but first, you need to know what you’re up against. To help, let’s take a closer look at the new threats cyber security professionals are watching.
The prevalence of cyber crime — and its huge toll on businesses — is encouraging many governing entities, regulatory bodies, and vendors to enact new rules and regulations regarding cyber security. Your organization may be required to meet certain security standards in order to partner with various vendors — or even to conduct business.
We predict policy changes in areas like changing insurance requirements, new legislation, and IT vendor requirements will affect cybersecurity requirements for small to midsize businesses.
Big changes are coming that will define the future of IT security. Luckily, though, you don’t have to wait and implement all the changes at once. There are some steps you can take today to begin protecting your business. The following are some of our top easy-to-implement solutions to help you shore up your assets and IT systems right now.
Most business leaders and IT professionals understand that it takes more than a firewall and antivirus software to protect their organization. Because of the diversity of threats, it’s important to protect your networks, devices, and data from every vantage point.
In particular, there are four crucial cyber security protections we currently recommend for SMBs, shown on the chart to the right
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