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Managing your business risks is essential, but all too often, businesses fail to manage their risks properly until it's too late – below, we break down the indications of a business that doesn't manage risks properly, the consequences of ignoring risks, and how to improve your risk management.
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Is your business at risk from cyber threats? The answer is yes, and they’re coming from your emails. See our tips to learn how you can defend your business.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Having an emergency communication plan is essential for your business. The plan can be tailored to cover a range of scenarios and is a crucial part of making sure your business remains operational during a crisis. Here are 6 steps you can follow to create an effective emergency communication plan.
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Video surveillance shows every sign of growing more and more prevalent in the world. Users of video surveillance can benefit from the growth of the video surveillance market, experiencing everything from greater on-site security to increased workplace productivity.
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Malware attacks. They’re no good. We shouldn’t have to point that out. But it doesn’t mean plenty of companies haven’t learned the hard way. Here are three recent examples of malware attacks and their disastrous results, as well as how you can avoid becoming the next cautionary tale.