In today’s security climate threats have only become more sophisticated. They use machine learning and artificial intelligence to seek out areas of vulnerabilities in networks and devices and spread rapidly.
The Internet is getting faster allowing businesses to implement cost-effective cloud hosted applications, rich media solutions and VoIP.
But it's also the case that the Internet is getting more dangerous. Hardly a day goes by now without the news media reporting another serious cyber security breach.
Firmware Attacks Are Becoming a Major Problem! Learn What You Need to Do to Protect Your Devices
When it comes to the success of a business cybersecurity strategy, the focus is usually on software, passwords, network, and data. For example, you always hear about updates being needed to software and operating systems, but companies often neglect firmware security.
Does Your Current IT Support Provider Put Security First ?
2020 was a banner year for cyberattacks worldwide, and Australia saw more attacks during the first half of 2020 than it did in all of 2019. This increase in online threats has driven many organisations to seek out help with their IT management and cybersecurity from an IT professional.
Why Businesses Need DNS Protection
DNS security has become more critical as Domain Name Server requests have become a larger target for cyber criminals. While DNS is a vital function of how the internet works by connecting IP addresses to website URLs, it can also be manipulated and become a point of vulnerability.
How Can Business Continuity Be Easier for My Company?
Disaster recovery and business continuity planning should be considered a critical aspect of running a business. However, many organisations disregard it completely. Others have some kind of plan in place, but fail to grasp how time consuming the recovery process can be and the associated cost of downtime.
Now's the Time to Implement Digital Signatures into Your Business Operations
Now that we're working from home and reducing visits to our customers, we need a new way to sign off on documents. It has become much more complicated to get people together, and as a result important contracts can be left in limbo waiting on a signature.
Securely Work from Home
The new normal for almost all of our customers is to have at least 50% of their employees now working from home. For many, it's over 80% (Netcare for example).
Given the immediate rush to move everyone to some sort of remote working arrangement has passed, the next priority is to circle back around and make sure that our rapid introduction of work-from-home solutions hasn't compromised our business security.