As we move forward, taking advantage of the energy of the new year and work to get our annual plans moving, sometimes rushing to get a lot more done than usual since we now know the unexpected is all that can be expected, let’s have a quick refresher.
We all want to protect our businesses. They’re a part of who we are, and it would be devastating if anything bad happened — including an unexpected cyberattack. But it happens. Businesses are attacked every single day. Some businesses are left in ruin.
The end of the year in the usual circumstances brings about reflection even if it hasn’t given us challenges to face or decisions to look back on. This year was one of extraordinary circumstances, and while the situation was unprecedented, the summary of what transpired lends itself to the age old advice: Preparation is key.
The internet is a Wild West of sorts. One can never know what kind of cyberthreat they’ll come across. This is why businesses should use secure web browsers to keep threats at bay. But how safe are the popular browsers of today? Let’s find out. Microsoft Edge Microsoft Edge, Windows 10’s current default browser, is […]
In today's online environment, the fundamental “username and password” approach to account security can be easily breached by cyber criminals. Many logins can be compromised in a matter of minutes, and private data, such as personal and financial details, is under increasing threat.
With the prevalence of cyberattacks on companies of all sizes these days, businesses cannot afford to relegate cybersecurity to the bottom of their budget priorities. When it comes to cybersecurity, even small businesses should partner with a managed IT services provider (MSP). Here’s why it’s crucial to partner with an MSP that can implement robust […]
Business Email Compromise (BEC) appears to be back in the saddle again, as attackers use simple social engineering and domain impersonation to trick victims into paying up. BEC is a sophisticated scam targeting businesses working with foreign suppliers and/or businesses that regularly perform wire transfer payments.
If you’re wondering if your business needs protection from online threats, the answer is yes. It’s an absolute necessity to protect your employees, your clients, and yourself from the harmful attacks that could strike at any moment.
At PalmTech Computer Solutions, we take IT security for businesses 33409 very seriously and always do our best to keep the private information surrounding your business out of the hands of criminals.
October is Cyber Security Awareness month, and if this year has given us any type of certainty, it’s that smart cyber practices are a necessity. The uncertain, the unexpected, and the unknown all allow for hackers to gain our trust, and eventually access, into our personal and professional records without knowledge or permission.
It is good to have an IT team and/or a third-party partner like a managed services provider (MSP) that helps keep your company protected against cyberthreats. It is even better to have all stakeholders be involved in preventing data breaches. Here’s how everyone can be proactive when it comes to cybersecurity.