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For every company, it is important to have someone to turn to for security. Typically, that’s the CIO, CISO, and your IT security team. However, not every business has the security staff they need to stay on top of things; particularly with this large of a remote workforce as we’re experiencing at this time with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Three cybersecurity tips to help businesses safeguard against risks, while employees work from home during the COVID-19 outbreak.
In an effort to assist you to protect your business and stay in business during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have a straightforward checklist that you can use to plan for the pandemic situation at hand.
We regularly discuss the topic of privacy and security as something company executives should keep in mind not only for meeting compliance regulations, but also for an effective holistic cybersecurity posture that brings with it a multitude of benefits…
Since many businesses, particularly small and mid-sized ones, continue to face multiple challenges with cybersecurity (like dealing with a shortage of cybersecurity experts and budget restraints that hold company’s back from taking even the smallest steps towards cybersecurity), a list of infosec metrics that can allow you to identify where you stand with cybersecurity can be of great assistance.
With every new year, there comes new cybersecurity tools, updates, cyber threats, and the usual transformations that take place as the digital era goes through its changes. This means that every executive, whether business owner, CEO, security leader, CIO, and the board members of big organizations, are already setting up their meetings and planning for at least the first quarter’s goals.
On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) becomes effective, which means that many companies who do business with Californians will have to be prepared to meet the requirements of CCPA to avoid fines…
It’s no secret that when any holiday approaches it also means heightened cybersecurity risks for businesses, large and small. The reason (for the risks) is that many people today shop online for their gifts.
This may come as a surprise to you, but a recent study by Code42 found that over three-quarters of (78%) CSOs and 65% of CEOs admit to clicking on a link they should not have. This means opening up to the dangers of phishing.
Every year the financial impact of data breaches on organizations rises. Just this past year, IBM’s Data Breach Report revealed that the cost of a data breach has risen 12% over the past 5 years to $3.92 million per incident on average.
We’ve always talked about the business value cybersecurity holds for companies, but many business executives continue to have doubts…
Nobody thinks of webcams as the way in for a hacker; and yet, every aspect of business operations is a way that cyber criminals can get in.
In this day and age, where everything is going digital; CEOs can no longer, and aren’t any longer, ignoring cybersecurity. Some CEOs do their best to adopt a cybersecurity posture that secures their organization, but others are still in a place of insecurity, and...
Whether you’re a CIO or CEO looking into cybersecurity steps you can take to secure your overall enterprise, there are an array of questions that can help you pinpoint where you stand at the moment and what’s next, we’re going to give you three to start off with.
When it comes to business continuity and disaster recovery plans, businesses always seem to have challenges with keeping them in the forefront.
When 48% of small businesses say that a major data breach would likely shut down their business permanently, it is quite concerning; and knowing that one of the major challenges to onboarding cybersecurity for SMBs is cost, makes this truth even more heartbreaking....
All you need to know about security assessments…
As technology advances, so do the cybersecurity options that can assist in securing the enterprise. However, these options are tools, and although they provide a solution to the cybersecurity skills gap, they also create a false sense of security that executives are not aware of (due to them not being experts in the areas of cybersecurity and tech).
There’s a great disconnect within companies on the business value that comes from cybersecurity. The reasons are many, one of which, the lack of flow in communication between the CEO and IT department.
With every year that passes CIOs and executives around the globe know there will be more security risks and incident threats to deal with due to advances in technology and the adoption of these technologies within the workplace (needed to stay in business as the world goes digital).