Helping small businesses meet the cybersecurity challenge

Helping small businesses meet the cybersecurity challenge

Is your small business prepared to meet the cybersecurity challenge? Small-to-medium-business owners often underestimate their vulnerability to cybercrime. Headlines focus on major corporate data breaches with huge paydays, but studies show that more than half of cyber-attacks target small businesses.

Email Encryption—Recipe for Success

Email Encryption—Recipe for Success

Unlike a scrumptious meal, some things are not meant to be shared.  Your business’ secret recipe might be a client list, a new product or service announcement, a process document or other trade secret.  Additionally, most organizations handle information such as employee or client social security numbers, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, HIPAA information and more.

Insider Threats: Scooby-Doo to the Rescue!

Insider Threats: Scooby-Doo to the Rescue!

The Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! Saturday-morning cartoon series featured four teenagers and their lovable, talking Great Dane, Scooby-Doo. These pals solved mysteries involving supposedly supernatural creatures through a series of antics and missteps. It only took the mention of a Scooby Snack to keep Scooby from being a scaredy-cat and rise up to foil the plans of an unsuspecting crook.

Don’t Let the Pink Panther Strike Again

Don’t Let the Pink Panther Strike Again

Almost every day there is a new headline about the latest cybersecurity attack—just like the Pink Panther, the mischievous cat in the French detective series. Wouldn’t it be great to stay ahead of the Pink Panther and identify security holes before they are exploited? While today’s IT infrastructure is simply too complex to be completely safe, there are steps that a business can take to help protect themselves.