There are several myths surrounding managed IT services, and it's time they were put to rest. These myths often dissuade companies from choose a solution that could save them money, time, and stress, and are ultimately untrue. Let's tackle a few of the top myths.
Today's business world is changing at a break-neck speed, due mostly to the rapidly developing technologies we use. It's an exciting time to be in business, but it's also a risky time given the constantly evolving security threats. As fast as the Internet and technology change, so do the threats that come along with it.
Most companies are investing in big data collection and organization, and it's paying off in equally big ways. Big data can change the way we think about our customers, making decisions more effective and profit margins higher.
But don't think that your big data collection is safe from outside threats. As the internet grows, so do the threats that come down the wire. With new hackers, spammers, and social engineering tactics popping up every day, you can't be caught off guard. Here's how you can keep your data protected.
As our world has shifted to operating businesses through financial transactions online, so have the potential threats shifted. You can no longer hire a security guard and call things protected. Protection against cyber crimes is needed. Cybercriminal gangs target computers and small businesses with low internet security.
Have you done everything you can to secure your office against cyber crime? Let's find out.
A Guide to Check Your Security
Here are several questions to give you a feel for where you are at in guiding your office into safer waters.
Each month more cyber security breaches occur. This is a leading problem in the office since data is such a huge part of work activity. A company is at risk from both exterior and interior sources.
The internal side of a company needs protection by cyber security. IT security provides a safeguard for both the data transmitted within and the data outside of the network. Data at rest needs protections such as access controls, awareness controls, training, risk assessment and constant monitoring.