As November unfolds, businesses enter the final sprint of the year, prompting reflection on the past and a strategic outlook for the future. Now is the time for a meticulous review of your IT strategies. This blog explores the imperative questions to ask and offers a roadmap for strategic IT investments in 2024.
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From the desk of Stephen Foley, Security Manager...
In today's digital landscape, cloud services have become an integral part of our daily routines. Whether it's downloading productivity apps or utilizing cloud storage solutions, these practices are second nature to us. However, in the realm of remote work, the convenience of downloading software tools often comes at a price – a potentially significant cybersecurity risk for your organization.
MANCHESTER, NH - NOVEMBER 7, 2023 — The digital landscape continues to evolve, and with it, cyberattacks on state and local governments have grown substantially. Recent statistics indicate that a staggering 75% of these institutions face near-constant attacks1, making it crucial for government leaders to defend their networks and citizens proactively.
Cyberattacks are on the rise. The Identity Theft Resource Center recently reported an annual all-time high in data compromises through the third quarter of this year1. The increase in cyber incidents means cybercriminals are sure to continue plaguing businesses well into the future. Consequently, cyber insurance coverage is now critical for small to medium-sized businesses (SMB) and is a key facet of any good defense strategy that prioritizes cyber resilience. Having this financial safety net in the event of a breach transfers a significant portion of the risk, ensuring you can cover the costs of recovery and remediation.
The pace and severity of data breaches have cybersecurity professionals on the frontlines in a constant battle of what seems to be an unwinnable war against cybercriminals. The headlines are worrisome and have led to many sleepless nights for executives and IT leaders at small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The good news is that leadership can have an immediate and lasting impact on