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3 Cybersecurity Tips You Must Share With Your Employees

All organizations face information security risk—whether your employees work remotely or on premise. In order to protect your business from exposure, it’s important that you regularly educate and remind your employees about the ways they can help limit exposure to security threats. Here are three tips you can share with your employees to increase their awareness about cybersecurity.

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Remote Workforce Information Security Tips

Working from home presents a whole new host of unique information security risks. Although being at home can tend to make people more lax about important information security habits, this is actually a time when we will need to be even more vigilant than usual, as cyber criminals look to take advantage of vulnerabilities.

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Cyber Security: The Bug That Can Take Down Your Medical Practice

In 2016,1 a hospital in California was the victim of a ransomware attack. Hackers shut down the internal computer system at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center for over a week, encrypting protected patient files, emails, billing, and other sensitive data.

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10 (More) Binge- Worthy Stats About Cyber Crime: Part 2

Cyber crime is a clear and present danger. Most, if not all, organizations take precautions to avoid loss from traditional robberies or theft, but may not give cyber security a second thought. However, getting hacked could put your proprietary and/or confidential business information, your customers' private information and assets, and your organization's reputation on the line.

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15 Binge-Worthy Stats You Need to Know About Cyber Breaches

Since the advent of the internet, cyber attacks and data breaches have become one of the biggest threats to businesses, and the most valuable currency is customer data. Cyber criminals have become some of the most sophisticated and stealthy offenders, simply because they can act covertly from anywhere with an internet connection.

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[Video] What Businesses Need to Know About Cyber Threats

Recently, I sat down with Brett Morgan, SVP of Sales, to talk about the prevalent threat of cyber attacks and how these threats can affect businesses. Check out our video to learn:

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Can Cyber Liability Insurance Be a Life Saver for Your Business?

Cloud computing has given consumers and businesses access to all sorts of information when they need it at their fingertips—whether they’re sending emails from home, accessing files during a lunch meeting, or uploading a presentation at the office. A 2018 White House report cites that 93% of businesses and organizations utilized some form of cloud computing for software, platform, or infrastructure services1.

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4 Ways a Small Business Can Be Prepared for Cyber Attacks

As the 21st century progresses and moves forward, our reliance on technology has grown at an exponential pace. As a result, hackers have become some of the most dangerous criminals in the business world. You can’t see them and you don’t know where they’re located, but they manage to access “secure” networks, steal sensitive data, and interrupt monetary transactions. No matter the size of a company, a cyber attack can cause catastrophic damage to a business.

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Is Cyber Liability Insurance Really Worth It?

Cyber attacks and data security breaches have become a recurring trend in today’s society—just ask Facebook’s, Mark Zuckerberg. This year alone, there have been well over 100 noteworthy data breaches or leaks across a broad spectrum of industries, including major brands such as Blackrock Inc., Instagram, Dunkin Donuts, and Fortnite1.

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Network Diagnostics II: Defending Your Company's Cyber Security

Data is everywhere. We store it in our internal business systems and in the cloud. We collect it from our clients and share our data with business partners. Leaders need data, value it, and are able to amass it. We carry data with us and leave a digital footprint every day. Technology providers help us store it forever and share it globally. In the data breach era, leaders face greater risk if they fail to protect data throughout its lifecycle.

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