It’s 2019 – if your organization still doesn’t have a proactive cybersecurity strategy in place, it’s safe to say you’re behind the curve. Here are 5 things you can do in the New Year to strengthen your company’s security.Read More
Much like small businesses, non profit organizations have to be very conscious about their cybersecurity. Nonprofits deal with large sums of money on a daily basis and are responsible for protecting the sensitive information they collect on their staff and donors.Read More
Cyber security is a vital part of every business, but it can be difficult for a security engineer to control all of the potential issues and threats to the network.
That is why creating a cyber security based company culture is so important. Teaching your employees about different threats and what they should be looking out for on a daily basis, may help prevent major issues in your company.Read More
Companies are facing more email fraud attacks than ever before. In fact, studies show that email fraud attacks have risen 25% per targeted company from last quarter.Read More
Data breaches at large corporations are often what we see in the news. However, that does not mean that small businesses do not face the same threats.
As a matter of fact, 44% of small businesses in America were impacted by a data breach in 2017. Small businesses operate on tight margins and have far less cash flow than large corporations, meaning that recovering from a data breach could be devastating for these small organizations.
Even though small businesses are a such a high risk for a data breach, only 33% of small businesses reported purchasing security software according to the 2017 Bank of America Merchant Services Survey.Read More
With a shortage of cybersecurity workers across the nation, it is important that students with the aptitude and an interest in the field start training to fill those positions. However, many K-12 students don’t consider cybersecurity a legitimate career option.Read More
K-12 schools are becoming a huge target for hackers. In fact, there have been 355 cyber security incidents in K-12 schools since January 2016 according to the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center.Read More