Worried about hackers, viruses and malware? Are you concerned that your employees can’t access their data when they’re on the road?
These are common concerns among small-business owners.
Small and mid-sized businesses can be the hardest hit by new malicious code, spam, and phishing. Disruptions and down time can be avoided, however, by following the measures outlined in this article.
Don’t stop fortifying against risk. Four ways to mitigate risk in a tough economy
reprinted with permission from HP
Every business deals with risk.
When (If) we think about data security for our businesses we tend to believe if we have a firewall and antivirus in place we are protected . . . if this were only the case.
Every business deals with risk. But medium-sized businesses, with smaller IT staff and tighter operating budgets are often more exposed to risk than larger companies.
The security of your computer and data is crucial for you and the success of your company. Lost or stolen information can reveal company secrets, or expose your confidential or personal information.
Imagine that your business has a make-or-break presentation scheduled today with a prospective client.
Regulatory mandates require compliance.
A data breach is when personal information is collected, retained, accessed, used or disclosed in ways which are not in accordance with the provisions of the enterprise’s policies, applicable pr…
Fear of identity theft and personal security breaches are two of the reasons why shredders have become more prominent in the home.