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Category: Cybersecurity

What is DaaS (Desktop as a Service)

When it comes to cloud computing, users face a huge variety of concepts. While many people are more or less familiar with SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS, they are just discovering another highly useful tool – DaaS. DaaS stands for Desktop as a Service. It creates

How To Create BYOD and Mobile Device Management Policy

It’s no longer a question of if your company should have a bring-your-own-device policy, the question is now “what does it include?” Cloud technology has made it possible for employees to work remotely, and they are increasingly accessing sensitive enterprise data from personal devices. Access

Business Continuity Plan Checklist: 6 Easy Steps

Creating an effective Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is vital to proper business functioning in case of unexpected events, such as technical problems (equipment failure), hack attacks, human error, terrorism, or natural disasters. An effective Business Continuity Plan accelerates the recovery rate, helping the business to go back

What is Disaster Recovery Plan and DRaaS?

Today, businesses have become more dependent on high availability, and this dependency has reduced the tolerance for downtime, hence the reason for disaster recovery. Disaster recovery (DR) is part of security planning designed to protect a business from the adverse effects of any negative event.

3 Trends in Cyber Security for Businesses

According to a 2021 study by the IBM, data breaches had the highest average cost in 17 years. In total cyber crime costs, each firm in the US had incurred an average of $13 million (Accenture). Cyber attacks occur through multiple channels. These can include

What Is Shadow IT and How to Prevent Risks

You may not have a comic book villain lurking around your office, but there may be something just as sinister to your data security lying right out in the open. The real threat to your company records lies with your employees accessing unsanctioned applications. From

Don’t Let Disaster Strike, Start Backing Up Your Data Online

Disaster recovery and business continuity are IT buzzwords that simply mean “having an in-case-of-emergency plan.” Traditionally, these plans included duplicate servers, located out-of-office, that required hours of maintenance, monitoring, and of course copying and encrypting sensitive company data for storage. The benefits of online backup

The Increasing Cyber-Attacks on Hospitals in the US

Nowadays, security concerns are increasing exponentially in the health care as cyber-attackers are viewing hospitals as their most financially lucrative targets. In 2020 alone, statistics indicate 25% increase in breaches and this number is projected to grow as the number of data entry points to