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Using Zoom: Four Best Practices to Know

With many workers still working remotely, using a video conferencing software platform for meetings and events is still a pretty popular option. One platform, in particular, continues to receive significant attention. And its users are still learning the ins and outs.

Think Security Awareness Training Isn’t Important? Think Again!

Despite the growing threat of cyberattacks, many businesses have failed to implement any security awareness training program. For many reasons, this in and of itself is alarming. But what's worrisome and frequently overlooked is how this carelessness can impact customers.

So You’ve Been Hit with a Data Breach. Now What?

Even though many businesses have been trying everything possible to protect themselves from data breaches, cybercriminals are still finding ways to infiltrate networks and systems and extract sensitive information from their victims. After a data breach occurs, it's the business, not the cybercriminal, that's left cleaning up the mess — and it's the aftermath that's uncharted waters for many business owners.

Don’t Get Caught Off Guard by This New Vishing Campaign

Suppose cybercriminals want to gain access to your data. In that case, they'll find a way, which is why it's so critical for you to remain vigilant, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. They're dedicated and ruthless, and their methods are becoming more sophisticated by the day.

Is it Time to BYOD?

Every organization needs a mobile device strategy for its employees. With the continuing crisis of COVID-19 and the advent of telecommuting, mobile devices in the corporate environment is here to stay. There is no way around it and there is no way to avoid it.

Out of Reach – The Possible Pitfalls of State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks

The best-case scenario for a data breach is not to be breached in the first place. However, breaches do happen, and statically speaking, the chances increase year on year that your firm will experience some type of attack to access or encrypt your firm’s data.

Is Your Microsoft Office 365 Business Plan Secure?

If you don’t think cybercriminals and hackers have been keeping an eye on Microsoft Office 365’s growing userbase during the coronavirus pandemic, think again.

Many businesses transitioned to a remote workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic to not only keep their employees safe but also meet local, state, and federal mandates.

Report: Aligning Security, Business Can Better Protect You from Cyberattacks

What many people fail to realize is there's often a disconnect between business and cybersecurity leaders.

Instead of working together to prevent cyberattacks from happening, these two groups typically work independently of one another.

Optimize your new laptop with these tips

Laptop computers aren’t cheap, so you’d want to make sure you get every bit of performance for your buck. Bear in mind that they may not be set up to function at their best straight out of the box, so to do just that, you’ll need to take these steps.

Improve VoIP communication by troubleshooting common issues

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are cheaper and more efficient than regular phones, and businesses are quickly adopting it. However, transitioning without a plan can cause a range of issues that can catch business owners by surprise.