If your team has Security Awareness, your team has a distinct advantage. Every business should treat data security as a top priority. Because people (even those on your team) pose a great threat to data security, time and effort should be spent trying to prevent it. The best use of that time and effort is Security Awareness training: educating your team on security best practices, what to watch out for, and how to best protect sensitive company data. Fortunately, there is a place where you can take your team to learn exactly that: Integrity's Learning and Collaboration Center.
Here is why Integrity's learning center is the ideal location to educate your team about Security Awareness:Read More
One of the hardest business expenses to justify when budgeting can be training and education for employees. When a budgetary line item doesn't directly affect your revenue, it can be tough to decide to invest in it. Investing in your employees through a continuing education program is an important step toward growing your business. Below are some reasons that you should consider implementing a continuing education program in your organization.Read More
Affordable IT support for small businesses can take many shapes. There is the in-house options: hiring a team of dedicated IT employees and building a department. Then, there are external options: an IT support service that you call when something breaks, customer support lines for hardware and software, or a trusted business and technology partner that can act as an extension of your in-house team. Why is partnering with third party IT company a wise move? Below are just a few reasons:Read More
Security, security, security. It dominated the headlines internationally last year and there's little reason to believe that will change anytime soon. As more business and commerce moves online, there is greater incentive for criminals to try to take advantage. For business leaders, this is a call to action: improve or become imperiled. Your network security should be a top priority for this year and beyond. As security races to catch up to cybercrime, more headlines will be made. Don't let your business appear in them.Read More
In an increasingly mobile world, mobile devices aren't often appreciated as a security threat. They're just 'there.' They sit in your pocket or on your desk during the day (when you're not holding onto it) and then sit on your end table or nightstand when you're at home. How could something ubiquitous go unnoticed as a data security threat?
When most people think about data security, they think about their workplace and their company's network. It is compartmentalized: work data stays at work. Except, it doesn't. Because of mobile devices and changes in how people work, company data - or access to it - often leaves with you. Data security isn't a workplace issue. It's something that should be considered at all hours of the day, no matter the setting. Below are some mobile data security tips that you can start using right now:Read More