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.
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.
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.
Now, more than ever, businesses are looking to strengthen their security against cyber threats and attacks. There are several bases that need to be covered when it comes to defending against cyber attacks. Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), in particular, are at a significant risk since they don’t usually have the expertise and resources at hand to build a strong line of defence.
Our previous article discussed cost being a significant IT challenge for companies to face, and how the challenge can be overcome.
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At some point, every small to mid-size company will undoubtedly face one of the biggest IT challenges that all companies face - cost. To leverage the power of modern technology and to give yourself the competitive advantage you need to grow, you must be willing to invest heavily in such a privilege.
With the increasing development of new and powerful tech-tools, businesses have a great opportunity to use technology to boost growth, and make tasks simpler & faster. However, this has also meant that business owners often need to sort through the plethora of technology solution options and search for the best way to leverage technology to achieve their goals. As a small or mid-size business (SMB) owner looking to use technology as a business game-changer, you have three options to support new technology environments.
Technology should ideally drive your business forward and simplify things, but what if it isn’t doing that for you? What if you increasingly find yourself dealing with frustrating and unpredictable technological issues that set you back in achieving your business objectives?