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Security Alert! Hackers And Cybercriminals Are Targeting YOUR Business Right Now … Is Your Cyber Security Protection Up-To-Date?

Security Alert! Hackers And Cybercriminals Are Targeting YOUR Business Right Now … Is Your Cyber Security Protection Up-To-Date?

Many small-business owners are blind to the risks of the modern age. They don’t read reports like Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, which states that more than half of all malware infections hit small businesses last year. They don’t realize that this staggeringly high number is only going to continue to climb over the coming decade.

Could You Afford This $2.6 Million Mistake?

Could You Afford This $2.6 Million Mistake?

Two thousand and eighteen is the year of ransomware. According to the 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, while malware and hacking breaches have been on a slight decline for the last year, the use of ransomware has skyrocketed. Criminals attracted to ease of use, minimal risk, and high hit rate associated with ransomware have flocked to the strategy in droves, costing small businesses across America millions of dollars in the process.

3 Questions Your IT Services Company Should Be Able To Say “Yes” To

3 Questions Your IT Services Company Should Be Able To Say “Yes” To

At a time when businesses are more dependent on information technology than at any point in history, IT services providers need to rise to the occasion. The worst thing for your business to discover down the line is that your IT company isn’t actually as well-equipped to serve your business as they claim to be – or, even worse, that they aren’t actually fully invested in the success of your business.

4 Ways To Keep Employees From Leaking Confidential Information

4 Ways To Keep Employees From Leaking Confidential Information

Hacking a business today is easier than it has ever been. With nearly every company in America now intimately intertwined with technology, you might think cyber security would be a priority. But the truth is, our protective measures have grown lax, as organizations fall behind the times in their trust of flimsy barriers, trusting in blind faith that they won’t be targeted.