You have probably already come across the term multi-factor authentication. The concept is not new but has caught on really quickly of late. In this post, we will discuss what multi-factor authentication is and why you should be adopting it.
Here are five effective ways you can make “on premises” IT security improvements and decrease the odds you will be hacked by someone with physical access to your technology
The biggest problem companies face when it comes to cybersecurity is often not the technology; it’s the people. And hackers (often called “bad actors”) know this. That’s why it takes a “takes a village.” to secure your business.
Ransomware, a category of malware which takes sensitive information hostage until a ransom fee is paid, is directly responsible for a large percentage of this data loss for SMB’s. Here are a few steps to protect your business.
Monitoring your business’s technology is a critical first step in preventing scams and attacks against you and your clients.