PalmTech Tips showing a few of the FACTS vs MYTHS
Research shows that the cost of phishing attacks has nearly quadrupled over the past six years: Large U.S. companies are now losing, on average, $14.8 million annually, or $1,500 per employee.
Campbell Conroy & O'Neil, P.C. (Campbell), a US law firm counseling dozens of Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies, disclosed a data breach following a February 2021 ransomware attack.
Campbell's client list includes high-profile companies from various industry sectors, including automotive, aviation, energy, insurance, pharmaceutical, retail, hospitality, and transportation.
When you consider the investments in your business that you can make as a CEO, you probably think to yourself, “Which investments will give my company the best ROI?” With that in mind, would you think of making a significant investment in bolstering your IT department?
After a roller coaster of a ride in 2020 and into 2021, businesses just like yours are looking to the future. Their eyes aren’t just on recovery. Many businesses are eager to make up for lost time, and they want to bring new customers into the fold.
There are countless growth strategies out there, but one area offers a lot of options you can dial into your specific business needs: technology.
Have you ever thought about how much your data is worth? Information is possibly the most valuable part of your business – there’s your client database, accounting software and inventory management, and of course, any intellectual property you may own.
What The Heck Is a Zero Trust Framework and Why Is It The Best Way To Protect Your Business From Hackers and Cyber Thieves?
A lot of people have asked me for some super simplistic examples of Zero Trust (ZT) and why it matters. So, I have decided to create a quick explanation.
Zero Trust is a very flexible framework that should be implemented in every technical system you employ.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, there has been a universal trend of an increase in cyber-attacks as more people take their presence online for work and to connect with loved ones. As businesses transition to remote work and operations, cyber security and best practices are easily overlooked; creating the perfect opportunity for scammers to strike.
You may think your business’ cyber security is good enough, but if you are not doing the four things outlined in this article, you could eventually get hacked.
We have all made this mistake one time or another in our lives: you have been sitting in front of your computer working diligently to meet a deadline, and a wave of relief comes crashing over you as you hit that save button. You are feeling a sense of gratification as you prepare to send off hours of hard work to your boss or client; but then, the inconceivable happens.