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Review our 10 core organizational resilience questions below to see if anything vital to your organization's success is missing.
Refreshing an entire IT infrastructure at once is rarely practicable — both financially and in terms of user experience. To make an improvement, you wouldn't purposely close every lane of a major roadway at once. Instead, you would close one at a time during non-peak hours. The same logic applies to technology infrastructure updates
Phishing is a social engineering attack used to obtain sensitive information, such as login credentials and payment details, from users. It happens when an attacker, posing as a trusted source, dupes a victim into clicking on a malicious link or downloading a spam file sent over email, text messages, phone calls or social media. If you fall into this trap, you could end up with malware, system slowdowns and sensitive data loss, among other things.
When used strategically, technology can help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) develop a more productive, efficient and innovative workforce. That's why businesses that prioritize technology are three times more likely to exceed corporate goals. In a business world that's evolving at a breakneck pace, your company may not be able to perform at its full potential if it lacks the necessary technology.
Remember that your IT infrastructure is a critical component of your business. An up-to-date and high-quality IT infrastructure is an asset that enables you to do business without falling prey to cyberthreats and helps you achieve your goals.
When was the last time you conducted a comprehensive technology audit? If it's been a while or hasn't happened at all, you're probably vulnerable to a cyberattack. Cybercrime shows no signs of slowing down and is expected to cost the world $10.5 trillion per year by 2025.
Before making key budgeting decisions, it is critical to understand your company's most pressing concerns, particularly those affecting security, compliance and backup solutions. Regular IT audits can help you with this. An IT audit is a thorough analysis and evaluation of an organization's information technology infrastructure, policies and procedures.
Innovation fosters business, and because technology paves the way for it, every business needs technology to thrive. The rate at which technology has changed the business world over the last couple of decades has been unprecedented. Technology, irrespective of the size of your organization, can drive growth and improve operations.
A technology refresh allows a company to assess its IT infrastructure's present condition and evaluate the benefits of trying something more effective. For a company's long-term success, it's ideal to examine its current IT infrastructure "hardware, software and other technology solutions” and see what other options are available that would better suit its needs.
BCDR For Business: The 7-Step Path to Conducting a Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
As the name signifies, a BIA quantifies the impact of a cyber disruption on your business. It doesn't matter if the disruption happens because of an internet outage or a severe breach - a BIA covers it all.
Armed with a robust backup & disaster recovery solution, your business will experience less downtime, recover operations faster and protect productivity if business-sensitive data gets damaged/lost following a disaster, breach or accidental deletion.
The COVID-19 pandemic unarguably shook the world like no other event before it. Its impact was felt in every sector, with most businesses relying on remote work to stay afloat during the chaos.
Experts estimate that humans produce 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day.1 That is a lot of information. However, having a poor backup strategy can wipe out all or vast portions of your data in a single click. From accidental deletions and malicious attacks to natural disasters, there are multiple ways by which you can lose your business data. Therefore, make sure a robust backup and disaster recovery (BDR) solution is an integral part of your business.
Experts estimate that humans produce 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day.1 That is a lot of information. However, having a poor backup strategy can wipe out all or vast portions of your data in a single click. From accidental deletions and malicious attacks to natural disasters, there are multiple ways by which you can lose your business data. Therefore, make sure a robust backup and disaster recovery (BDR) solution is an integral part of your business.
By adopting an IT Compliance First strategy, when choosing solutions and vendors, you will identify those that do not comply with your requirements, eliminate them from your selection process, and then select from the rest. It also means evaluating your current solutions and vendors and replacing those that cannot support your compliance requirements.
The repercussions of a ransomware attack aren't limited to just a financial loss, in fact, a ransomware attack can grind your business to a halt and cause severe damage on multiple fronts.
The repercussions of a ransomware attack aren't limited to just a financial loss, in fact, a ransomware attack can grind your business to a halt and cause severe damage on multiple fronts.
When it comes to cybersecurity, unfortunately, an increasing number of businesses around the world are living this nightmare with countless others coming in the line of fire, including yours. Ransomware is growing rapidly and crippling businesses worldwide, making up 27 percent of all malware incidents in 2020.
The best way to start managing your digital risks is by performing comprehensive security risk assessments regularly. After all, how would you know what your current vulnerabilities or gaps are and where you biggest security challenges lie without an "under the skin" examination? With a risk assessment, you can measure your security posture against various internal and digital threats and determine how equipped you are to deal with these risks. When you perform a security risk assessment you can proactively.