Although advancements in technologies have come with many benefits to businesses, it also has its challenges because hackers use the innovations to trick companies. They take advantage of these to steal valuable data and intellectual properties. They can use the stolen information to access bank details or expose sensitive data to third parties. However, the […]
Cybersecurity is a growing concern for entrepreneurs and small businesses. You need to ensure your systems are secure from hackers.
We have earlier outlined the importance of Hyper-V data protection, and now we can further discuss the best practices you can easily implement to ensure the protection and, most importantly, the recoverability of your Hyper-V data. First and foremost, you must understand how to build the right Hyper-V data protection strategy. The Hyper-V hypervisor is
A Cyber Insurance policy is your contingency plan and financial protection against cyber-crime, data breaches, and the peripheral damage that can often come with those things – like legal costs, GDPR violations, and PR disasters. In the event of a cyber-attack or breach, it’s often the aftereffects that are more damaging than the attack itself.
When you’ve worked hard to build your business from the ground up, the last thing you want or deserve is to have all that hard work compromised or destroyed by the thoughtless and criminal actions of someone else. These days businesses are dealing with threats from all angles. Whether it’s the theft of equipment and
When you think of identity theft victims, you usually call to mind images of someone who wasn’t careful enough when using their credit card online or a person who didn’t take steps to hide their PIN well enough at the local ATM. What many people don’t realize is that identity theft is something that affects
Maintaining a safe and secure workplace is essential for employee and customer satisfaction, but it can take some work. Over one in four burglaries involve businesses, FBI statistics show. More than four in 10 cyberattacks target small businesses, with the percentage of attacks rising from 34 percent in 2014 to 43 percent in 2015, according