This short blog will help shed some light on the types of insider threats to detect and mitigate, the damage they could cause, the user aspects that increase these risks, and the security protocols you should implement to prevent and reduce these future threats.
Before taking any preventative security measures, it is necessary to understand who causes these risks and why. In this blog, we’ll discuss all aspects of insider threats including the motivations behind them, primary targets, consequences of this, and more.
Learn how 30,000 organizations allowed themselves to be part of a 0 Day Exploit by not switching to Microsoft 365 earlier!
The year of 2020 was a year that changed every one of our lives, including hackers. They had more luck this year than ever before, and we're documenting the biggest hacks and breaches of the year.
Cloud computing is managed, shared applications, development platforms, or computing infrastructure accessible via the internet. It provides options such as bandwidth and on-demand computing power with flexible capabilities normally purchased as a metered service.
The nearly instantaneous flow of information is a defining variable of the information age. Many leading companies have established a benchmark of implementing flexible and effective new technologies into their business plan, and just now many small businesses have been able to get out ahead of this trend and implement their own solutions. While it's true some companies can use this technology better than others, in regards to healthcare information, the seamless flow of information can literally be the difference between life and death.
Microsoft has announced that as of April 8, 2014 support will no longer be available for for their popular Operating System, Windows XP. The world's biggest software manufacturer has supported the software for 12 years, even though they have released three major OS's since; Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.1. Users that are still using XP will want to upgrade their workstations to one of the newer versions as soon as they can to avoid the many detrimental circumstances that are often associated with running non-supported legacy software.
Does your business accept credit cards? Do you need it to? In order to open your Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, New York City, Long Island and New Jersey area small business up to the enhanced profit potential that accepting credit cards can provide, you'll need to understand what responsibilities you take on by accepting these forms of payment. Small businesses are prime targets for data plunderers. If you don't protect against these thieves, you may be subject to paying restitution, fines, or lose the ability to accept cards as payment.