The Most Important (and Easiest) Security Step You Can Take

Having Good Passwords  In today’s world everyone should have a password management system in place. Password management entails securing and managing passwords over the course of their lives using long-term strategies. Users must protect their accounts from unauthorized access to accounts and services.  Good password management involves both setting business policy and putting in place a passwordContinue reading The Most Important (and Easiest) Security Step You Can Take

How You Can Take a Proactive Approach to Cybersecurity

Every year the volume of cybersecurity threats continues to increase. Approximately half a million new pieces of malware are detected each day. Rules for how to govern data protections are constantly evolving. This means even the most minor of security breaches can be incredibly devastating for your organization, leading to negative publicity, hefty fines, and a lossContinue reading “How You Can Take a Proactive Approach to Cybersecurity”

How To Reduce the Cost of Ransomware

Ransomware is hurting your bottom line whether your business gets hit or not. The average ransomware recovery costs nearly $2 million. Businesses are experiencing cybersecurity insurance premiums going up each year. Fortunately, there are ways to mitigate risk and reduce cost. When your business gets hit by ransomware you don’t want to be scrambling, yetContinue reading “How To Reduce the Cost of Ransomware”

How Facebook Died

Facebook died. Sort of. If you use Facebook you probably noticed it disappeared. Dead. Gone. If you’re not wondering “why should I care?”, here’s why you should: Processes. Redundancy. Backups. Facebook is so big now that when they look for solutions they often select from within their own technologies. So when someone accidentally misconfigured aContinue reading “How Facebook Died”