Servsys, a US-based IT company, participated in relief efforts in flood-affected areas in Kerala by contributing towards the needs of affected families. Operating from Dallas, Servsys is a managed networking and IT services provider with several employees who have their roots in Kerala, India.
With the advancements in technology and the multitude of options available to cyber-criminals, both small businesses and large corporations are at risk of attack. Techniques like crypto-jacking and sophisticated phishing schemes are becoming increasingly prevalent, and business owners should therefore be super vigilant with the safety of their business’ data. Here are the top five security threats you should look out for.
Servsys is proud to announce that the company has been named to Inc. magazine’s 37th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. Microsoft, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.
Picture this scenario: an organization’s in-house IT department is swamped with IT requests and is struggling to solve all the issues on time. To add to this, the network is running slow, but the IT team is so occupied with other problems that they're not able to get everything running efficiently in time.
Disasters come without warning and in many forms. Whether it’s a cyber attack, like a ransomware attack, or a natural disaster, such as flood or fire, you can be sure to come out safe if you plan carefully and implement certain important security measures.
There have been some discussions of the idea that MSPs may be the targets of cyber criminals in order to reach and exploit the end-user customer. This idea seems unlikely but it cannot be simply ruled out. Let us therefore examine whether this can really happen and what the actual concerns are.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in the works since around 2012 to make the European Union (EU) "fit" for the digital age. It is designed to strengthen the data rights of EU residents and unifies data protection law across all member states, making it identical.
Cyberthreats to your business can be both internal and external, and the first step to forming a strong line of defense is understanding the basics of IT security. In a recent article, we discussed the importance of maintaining good cyber hygiene, here we are offering you three actionable tips to keep your business safe from cyber attacks in 2018.
The exponential growth of the Internet has introduced new ways to communicate, send data across the globe, trade online, share information, and even play games. But with the awesome benefits that come along with it, the Internet also has its dark side. There are a numerous cyber-risks that face businesses from malware to hackers to Denial of Service attacks.
The infographic below looks at some of these risks and how they can be mitigated. You can use this information to educate your employees on best practices when browsing the Internet.
Every business needs to have some basic essential levels of security. This forms the core of what is required to keep a business running securely. This basic absolute requirement will protect you from cyber attacks and is referred to as cyber hygiene.