In the rapidly evolving landscape of today's digital age, cybersecurity has emerged as a paramount concern. As we witness the growing prevalence of cyber threats and the staggering impact they can have on individuals, businesses, and nations, it's evident that cybersecurity is more crucial than ever before.
Today, we are going to discuss what is going on over at Rackspace. Over the weekend, another cloud provider, and in this case, it happened to be companies, mostly small, medium-sized businesses that host their Exchange email not with Microsoft… many of you may be familiar with M365 or O365 and that is how you get your email.
Have you ever had a conversation about a topic, and then later that day you start seeing news, ads or updates about that subject, and said to yourself, “This can’t be a coincidence”?
Well, you’re probably right.
According to Norton, who you may remember as an antivirus software company and who now also owns LifeLock, your smart devices ARE listening to you because that’s their job.
If You Have Employees Working From Home, Here Are Three Things All Remote Employees Must Do Now To Prevent Your Company From Being Hacked
The last few years have seen countless companies going to a hybrid work model. According to a survey by Envoy over 77% of businesses have some full or part-time remote employees.
While this change comes with many benefits, as a business owner, there are three big things you need to make sure your employees are doing to keep your company’s data secure, avoid online scams and prevent being a victim of a cyber attack.
Today, the competitive business environment is data-driven. Data provides key insights into your customers and business performance that helps you make better decisions and improve processes. However, the sudden influx of employees working remotely exposes your organization’s information to several security threats.
In today's digital world, safeguarding your organization's online assets is critical. Unfortunately, poor password hygiene practices by some employees cause problems for many small businesses, leaving them vulnerable to hackers.
Cybercriminals are constantly trying to find new ways to break into business systems.