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No matter what size your organization is, your long-term goals follow the same parameters: reduce costs, increase profit and keep an eye out for places to optimize. To hit these goals, you need to invest in resources that can help you achieve them. Let's explore what investments can help you in the long-term.
The path to success in business is rarely a straight line. Often business leaders have to choose short-term solutions that move business along but are less than ideal in the long-run. While you're strategizing for growth, be sure to prioritize those technology items that fell off your to-do list before they end up costing you money.
Two-factor authentication may not be as secure as it once seemed. Here's why.
There's a big difference between security awareness programs and security training. If your education efforts to reduce security risks at your organization are falling short of your goals, here are some steps to begin your cultural shift away from thinking of security as a test and make it a mindset.
Creating an ISMS is the first step toward preventing damage to your organization. In this blog, you'll learn where to get started with developing an ISMS, who to involve and what you can expect from your newly developed framework of best data practices. Once complete, you'll be able to plan and prepare for future risks.
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The increased focus on cybersecurity has left many companies unable to account for the physical security of their own offices. We've prepared a guide to help jumpstart your cyber security efforts to free resources for your security operations.
Let’s take a look at what exactly a honeypot is and how you can use this clever security tactic to catch hackers red-handed.
While steganography has been a known digital threat for years, new tactics to deploy harmful code through images has made detection more difficult than ever. How do you prepare your company for security threats that hide in plain sight? We'll show you how to get started.
We’ve all been there before. You’ve spent hours working hard on a PowerPoint presentation and you’re just about to finish it up when, suddenly, the application crashes. To make matters even worse, you haven’t saved in hours, and for whatever reason, the auto-recover function didn’t work.
Even the most well-prepared plans need to be kept fresh. Whether you want to do some housekeeping with your security team or you're ready to create a disaster recovery plan, the best way to keep security top of mind is to start a dialogue. Here are four questions to help get you started talking with your team.