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Thursday October 20, 2016
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Did you know that small to medium-sized businesses are under attack? 1-5 businesses have been victims of cybercrime in the last year and this number is growing rapidly. Make sure you have the tools in place to fend off cybercriminals.
Thursday August 11, 2016
Since September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, I thought it would be a good time to evaluate if you have the necessary security in place to protect your business. Let's face it - no one thinks bad things can happen to them, but do you want to take that risk? Read on for five things to consider.
Monday February 15, 2016
CFOs are increasing budgets and spending more on Cybersecurity. They are doing so in an effort to protect against threats and attacks, but also see Cybersecurity as an investment with an opportunity to innovate and increase revenue.
Spending on Cybersecurity becomes more than about spending money to protect the business and avoid loss. It also becomes about addressing risk and innovation, which enables growth within an organization.
Tuesday January 5, 2016
Information security threats will continue to rise in volume in 2016. Enterprises can help mitigate risk for their operations with improved awareness and best practices. Where should businesses focus their efforts, investments and attention? What types of enterprises will be most at risk? Here's what to expect for Cybersecurity in 2016.
Thursday November 19, 2015
The Lizard Squad scam, which yielded access to customer records at Cox Communications, is one of the most recent cybersecurity scams that has resulted in a fine from the FCC. What's the cost of giving up customers' information because of weak information security practices? A half-million dollar fine and having the FCC watching every information security move for the next seven years.