Every business is vulnerable to cyberattacks and data breaches, and data loss can severely damage any company’s reputation and financial bottom line. Although cybersecurity comes in many shapes and sizes, there are a few things that no small business should be without.
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Does your business have the right IT security policies in place? Here are six that are essential.
It is important to take steps to ensure the safety of any mobile devices used for business. Whether the mobile devices are company-issued or BYOD, all the efforts you’ve taken to protect your office IT will mean nothing if you don’t likewise close the mobile security gap.
How secure is your workplace? Do you know who is in your building and why? Fortunately, there are a number of simple, common sense solutions for maintaining physical security in your workplace and assuring peace of mind for yourself, your employees, and your customers.
It takes most organizations approximately 191 days to identify a data breach. If you aren’t convinced that cybersecurity training is necessary, then keep reading about the serious losses and costs of not investing in cybersecurity, as well as all the benefits that proper training has to offer.
60% of small businesses are hacked every single year, and the burden of attacks seems to be doing nothing but increasing in scope. As a result, all business owners need to have at least a basic IT security strategy in place. Here are 6 fundamental IT security principles your company should employ.
In the digital age, virtually all classrooms in schools across the United States should be able to access the internet. While it does have its challenges and limitations, here are 4 of the top ways having the internet in the classroom can benefit both students and teachers.
Internet access has become absolutely vital to effective schools and libraries. Unfortunately, funding is not always readily available in some areas, which is why a government-funded discount program exists to aid schools and libraries in staying current on vital technology.
Did you know 40% of small businesses never recover from a disaster? This may be due in part to the difficulty of communicating with employees and customers after something happens. Don’t become a statistic. Make sure your business has an emergency communication system with these 4 features.
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