12 Tips For Your Data Security Plan

Did you know that 90% of the 5,500 small, medium and large companies surveyed in 2015 experienced at least one security incident? Having a data security plan in place is of utmost importance to every business.

With all the personal and corporate data provided by clients, customers, and employees, it is of crucial importance that businesses have security measures in place to protect this sensitive information.

The Anatomy of a Crypto–Ransomware Attack And How to Prevent Them

Almost every day there is a big corporation that is getting hit by one of the variance of the Crypto – Ransomware malware. For every big case that makes the news there are thousands of others that are being affected. These attacks are not going away anytime soon.

9 Steps to an Effective Cyber Security Plan

There is not a day that goes by that you do not read in the paper or hear on television that some company has been the victim of Cyber Crime. The alarming thing is that for every incident that you hear about there are probably six more that have happened that you don’t hear about.

Protect Yourself and Your Business Against Identity Theft

Identity theft can happen to anyone, at any time. It is a common crime in today’s hyper-technology world. Hackers are coming up with new ways to steal your information at a rapid pace. You could be the average Joe on the street who accidentally gives your credit card information to a cloned PayPal, or someone steals your driver license’s number and applies for credit cards under your name.

Must Know Info For Backup, Security and Disaster Recovery

The Importance of a Proactive, NOT Reactive Approach
With the major role information technology plays in the way business is conducted in today's world, it's crucial that every business owner, both large and small, be able to see the big picture of protecting client and company data from disaster.

Is Your BYOD Policy HIPAA Compliant?

Bring Your Own Device or BYOD policies are a great tools for employees and a money saver for companies, but it can also be a risky policy if not conducted properly. Mobile devices and a BYOD policy in the health care field can allow professionals to easily transition workflows, boost productivity and improve communication.

Is Working on Personal Devices Risky Business?

It's natural and common for your employees to want to conduct some of their work at home or on the road, and often the most convenient way is to do so on their personal devices. However, this could be putting your business at risk, and thus allowing your employees to conduct their work on personal devices could be risky business.

Tips to Sink ATM Skimming

Today's world is far from the wild west, but bank robbers are still rampant and constantly after your money. The only difference is there tactics are far more technologically advanced. Criminals gain access to your bank account via ATM machines and some sneaky skimming of your money.