With the cost of a data breach or malware infection being so high, many companies today are getting cybersecurity insurance. This type of insurance protects businesses from the devastating losses that can result from just one attack.
The cybersecurity threat landscape has become more dangerous over the last 12-18 months. The pandemic didn’t only cause people to explore their new skills and interests while in lockdown, it also fueled an explosion in ransomware, phishing, and other attacks.
When a business owner is first getting started, a business tends to be more fluid. There are fewer “set in stone” rules and people are learning as they go. While this can create some agility in an organization, the lack of standard operating procedures (SOPs) can hold a company back from excelling.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a powerful way to protect cloud accounts like Microsoft 365, online banking, your CRM program, and multiple others.
When you first start a business there are certain types of insurance you need to have in place. For example, there is general liability insurance, commercial property insurance, and if you use any automobiles in your business, you have auto insurance as well.
Post-it Notes are a handy way to quickly jot down information and put it in a place where you can easily find it later. They come in colorful styles and can be stuck to just about any surface.
When it comes to account logins, especially those with large overarching platforms like Microsoft, the line can sometimes get blurred between personal and business accounts.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing rapidly. With the rise of smart voice speakers, locks, thermostats, and even coffee makers, more internet-connected devices are being added to offices around the world every day.
At the end of June, Microsoft made a major announcement. It introduced Windows 11, the next iteration of the Windows operating system.
Ransomware has become one of the most dangerous forms of malware. The last few years have seen a snowball effect with increasing attack volume and higher remediation costs.