A lot of business continuity plans have been put to the test over the past few months. Chances are, you’ve found potential weak spots in your company’s IT environment, particularly in your software and network infrastructure. Make no mistake, cybercriminals are working overtime to take advantage of vulnerabilities wherever they find them. One common vulnerability relates to passwords and employee access to
The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly changing the way we do virtually everything, from education to eating out to business. As organizations and businesses move to online operations, there is a good chance you’ll be working remotely. For businesses and employees tasked with working from home, there are lots of new challenges on the horizon. Cybercrime and Remote Work One thing is
“Well, there’s a sign upon your door Gone phishin’ You ain’t workin’ anymore…” (with apologies to Bing and Satchmo) When it comes to compromising data security, cybercriminals have a vast selection of tools at their disposal. Their most effective tool, however, is the one that exploits your weakest link – your employees. Phishing attacks account for up to 90% of data breaches,
You may have heard the term, “fourth industrial revolution” to describe the current state of technological advances. No matter how you feel about this idea, it’s undeniable that we’re living in a technologically advanced world. It’s not going to slow down any time soon. Technology Trends for 2020 As we move into the second decade of the new millennium, here are some
Windows 7 will reach its end of life on January 14, 2020. If you have not made plans to upgrade to Windows 10, your time is growing very short.