More than 7 out of 10 companies in the United States have suffered a data breach over the past few years, according to Thales.
With seemingly more stories of data breaches popping up, business leaders must decide whether to adopt new technology and risk things going wrong or wait while competitors potentially get ahead.
To help businesses, Security Forum has developed its Threat Horizon 2019 report. It looks at nine threats caused by technology change that organizations may face over the next three years and how to address them.Read More
You may be asking yourself several questions about cloud computing the more you hear about it.
After all, a RightScale survey shows enterprises are leveraging multiple clouds to do business.
There’s a lot of buzz around cloud computing, and rightfully so. Let’s take a look at the most common questions about cloud computing.Read More
Security Awareness training and programming is important for every industry. Security Awareness in healthcare is especially critical. The healthcare industry is responsible for the safekeeping of highly sensitive medical data. HIPAA tries to ensure that security is tight and materials are handled correctly, but that only goes so far. Any breach of a medical organization's network or data can be highly damaging to the practice in question. HIPAA violations come at a steep cost and a lost reputation is something that may never be recovered. Every organization in the healthcare industry needs Security Awareness training. This is why:Read More
Deciding on a cloud solution can be difficult.
If you think you have a choice on whether you’ll be migrating to the cloud, think again.
Enterprise cloud adoption has doubled in the past two years. Roughly half of respondents to a cloud business intelligence survey said they were using cloud BI. Additionally, fewer respondents said they had no plans to use these services. The 2018 survey showed the most significant rise in adoption levels in the seven years this survey has been conducted.
Cloud adoption is all but inevitable.
This begs the question: which cloud solution is best for my business?Read More
It can be difficult to manage and run a large business, especially if you’re doing it mostly alone. Even if you have a partner, there’s no guarantee that you will be able to protect your business from everything. With the recent rise of phishing scams, security breaches, and account hacking, who is to say your business is not the next target?Read More
If the answer to any of those questions is, “No,” then it would be wise to schedule a cybersecurity assessment as soon as possible. This can go for companies or for individuals, but companies carry the larger burden. Having so much information stored in one place makes businesses an easy target.Read More
Cloud computing is great for the enterprise because it promotes collaboration.
With cloud data, multiple people can share, edit, and work together on documents and other files. This information is typically stored off premises and outside a company firewall in what’s called a public cloud.
Here are several ways cloud computing promotes collaboration among teams.Read More
Did you know that a security vulnerability in your fax machine could allow an attacker to bypass your firewall and access your confidential network resources? Fax machines use 1980’s technology and are relied upon heavily in the healthcare industry to help transmit patient information between providers. We often don’t give them a second thought after plugging them in, but they can represent a real risk to your organization’s data.Read More
When a new hire comes aboard, all great businesses have this in common: comprehensive training. It's the mark of a great business because it shows the attention and care that goes into equipping employees with the tools they need to succeed at the company.Read More
If you haven’t adopted cloud computing for your business yet, chances are you’re not too far behind.
Cloud adoption levels have nearly doubled since 2016, according to Louis Columbus' analysis of the 2018 Cloud Computing and Business Intelligence Market Study by Dresner Advisory Services.
In particular, 77 percent of enterprises have at least one application or a portion of their enterprise computing infrastructure in the cloud.
Why are executive leading a migration to the cloud? Here are four potential reasons.Read More