Providing IT Services in NY, CO, KS, FL, and TX
For a financial institution, cyberattacks are a top concern and no wonder: financial services account for 35% of all data breaches and are 300 times more likely to be attacked than other verticals. Naturally, the criminals are following the money. They are getting more sophisticated with each passing year, adding extortion, fraud, and theft to their bag of tricks. It’s time to take a good look at your financial institution cybersecurity strategies; is your plan up to the challenges?
Your Business Continuity Plans may look great on paper, but they aren’t worth a thing if you don’t have buy-in from your employees. They need to be informed about their role in the plan; what responsibilities do they have in case of a catastrophic network failure? What is expected from them, and how can they help implement the plans you set in place?
VoIP is a technology for phones that allows you to make and receive calls over your internet connection rather than through a copper wire buried in the ground.
Switching to VoIP from standardized phone services has many advantages, from cost to flexibility.
How many times in the past few months have you cursed your internet connection as a video call froze or an important download inched along? These are daily struggles for remote workers, but also common among offices with business-grade internet. Fifth-generation mobile data connections (colloquially referred to as 5G internet) will ensure your team is more productive and profitable than ever before.
Because smaller companies often don’t have the financial resources to spare rebuilding after an attack, it’s estimated that over seventy percent of these businesses will close their doors forever following a data breach. Finding effective backup solutions may be the difference between your business recovering or watching your hard work and dreams disappear in just a few hours.
Your business is routinely collecting data, processing it, and storing information. It’s easy to get sidetracked by data you don’t need, and even easier to collect “too much” information and risk violating privacy laws. So many reports, so many different uses; it’s no wonder you’ve got the data collection blues.