There has never been a more pressing need for businesses to safeguard themselves from cyber threats. The frequency and severity of data breaches are rising. Because most organizations cannot keep up with the rapid growth of the internet world, online systems will inevitably have flaws and vulnerabilities.
One essential reminder is needed to foresee the future of cybersecurity: with cybercrime on the rise, anything could alter at any time.
Smart houses and cities will be the norm by 2030. Cybercriminals will target voice assistants, vacuum cleaners, and toilets in the house as easy targets.
Relying on your internal IT team to keep your IT system up can take time and effort. In addition, internal IT teams may need help to keep up with the most recent advancements and changes in the market, with the constant demands on their time and resources.
The amount of money you will need won't always be exact because it will rely on your industry, the kind of data your company has, and many other factors.
However, you can have a rough idea by comprehending the several variables that can impact the budget.
Businesses that contract with small businesses for managed services take on many responsibilities. Naturally, SMB owners occasionally hesitate to enter a partnership with an MSP for fear of losing control of their business, given how significant a managed service provider's (MSP) function is in managing such essential elements of an organization.
Without technology, businesses cannot compete and succeed. But with the advancement in technology comes the ever-constant threat of hackers and cybercriminals. That’s why small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) need to protect themselves with robust cybersecurity solutions managed by reputable managed IT services providers (MSPs). The numbers Through the years, the number of SMBs falling victim […]
To avoid detection by anti-malware programs, cybercriminals are using fileless malware to initiate attacks. Fileless malware is used to infiltrate trusted applications and issue executables that blend in with normal network traffic, IT processes, and system administration tasks while leaving fewer footprints. Learn more about fileless malware and how they threaten your business. What is […]
Many people use password autofill on their web browser or password manager for convenience. The feature, however, can be used by hackers and advertisers to access user accounts and gather your sensitive information without your consent. Why password autofill is so dangerous Modern web browsers and password managers have a feature that enables usernames and […]
Can business printers get hacked? The short answer is yes. Anything that connects to your business network can be exploited by malicious actors on the internet, even innocuous machines like your printers. These can be exploited to steal data and/or create entry points into your system to launch larger attacks. So make sure you follow […]
Many businesses have switched from traditional phone systems to a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system. This is because VoIP offers more benefits including cost reduction, mobility, and scalability. But just like any device that’s connected to the internet, VoIP phones can be at the receiving end of a cyberattack. Here’s how you can tell […]