Lax bring your own device (BYOD) policies are a growing concern for businesses. If you’re not managing your organization’s BYOD policy properly, it can pose a host of security risks to your company. Below are some of the inherent security risks of BYOD. Loss or theft of devices – Employees often bring their personal devices […]
We've all had our run-ins with fraudulent spam emails. They're one aspect existing in our increasingly connected world that is as ubiquitous as it is frustrating, and despite their oftentimes shoddy design and obvious tells-- they're still pretty effective at doing what they're meant to do.
Apple has long benefitted from a misconception that makes it seem as though their devices and products are far more secure than that of Windows or Android devices. While one could certainly argue that the "Walled Garden" of the App Store and software environment, as well as meticulous quality assurance make Apple products safer from a cybersecurity standpoint-- all devices have their flaws, and iPhones, MacBooks, and iMacs are no strangers to that fact.
Everything in the Age of Information has to do with data. Your cellphones collect it, the things you watch, listen to, or consume are tracked, your location is monitored and even the words you say are stored and used to try and target you with advertisements or product offers that marketers think are the most likely to convert to actual sales.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak upended our lives last year, we've talked a number of times about the benefits of remote working and telecommuting. From additional time with family members, more flexibility in scheduling, the ability to keep up on work and personal tasks, improved moods, productivity, and morale-- it's hard to deny that remote work has perks.
As hurricanes are a common event in many areas of the United States, business owners must take steps to secure their data. In this blog, we provide steps that will help you quickly recover your data and get back to business following a hurricane. Determine recovery hierarchy Certain parts of your IT system are more […]
Losing or compromising data can be disastrous for your business. It can lead to reputational damage, costly lawsuits, and termination of contracts, among others. And because threats to data security are always present online, it’s important to implement tough security measures that will keep your business data safe 24/7. Here are some tried-and-tested methods to […]