Learn about the potential risks facing businesses, and what they can do to remain vigilant to reduce the chance of falling victim to attacks
Phishing attacks are a form of social engineering where a cybercriminal imitates a trusted entity and tricks an individual into opening a fraudulent email, SMS, or instant message. This message is designed to deceive the victim into sharing sensitive information or clicking a link that will run malicious code.
There are many risks to a business’s data including hardware malfunctions, human error, natural disaster and ransomware. To mitigate these risks, most businesses have some form of backup solution. However, if this system is not part of a wider disaster recovery plan, businesses can experience significant downtime or loss of data. In this article we will discuss what is the make up disaster recovery plan, and why your business needs one.
In 2022, many businesses will introduce hybrid working to leverage the benefits of remote working and office-based work. Although this should improve productivity, collaboration, and efficiency, it also introduces more digital attack surfaces, and poses a complex challenge for businesses. This modern challenge requires a modern cybersecurity solution, and for some businesses, this will be the introduction of a Zero Trust approach. In this article we detail the importance of the Zero Trust approach, how hybrid work has changed the threat landscape, and how Zero Trust can be implemented within your business.
There is no single security software that is able to promise full security, so businesses must implement a comprehensive security ecosystem.
Technology advancements are driving digital transformation with businesses introducing IT systems to increase productivity & efficiency.
There are many ways that businesses use cloud technologies in 2022, with everything from cloud storage to big data analytics. Over the past two years, the rise in remote and hybrid working has increased trust and understanding of the public cloud, and it is predicted that many businesses will migrate more workloads to the cloud in 2022 than ever before.
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The last two years have seen major changes to the way that businesses function, employees transitioned from working in the office 5 days a week, to working fully remotely, and now many businesses have adopted a hybrid work model. There are benefits and challenges associated with all of these models, however a hybrid workplace aims to leverage the benefits of remote work and office-based work.
For a business owner, if you have not already, now is the time to invest in a comprehensive cybersecurity solution before it is too late.