One of the many challenges you probably face as a business owner is dealing with the vague requirements present in HIPAA and PCI-DSS legislation.
By adopting a 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.
Experts estimate that humans produce 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. 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.
Many SMBs operate with a sense of unrealistic optimism when it comes to data loss and disaster recovery. However, the reality can be quite different and can negatively affect your business if you’re not vigilant.
Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) usually invest less in cybersecurity, making them easier targets for cybercriminals. Close to 30% of businesses experience a cyberattack at least once per week.
The surge in cybercrimes against businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic proved how flexible nefarious cyber players are, ready to twist and turn according to a situation to make profits out of a business failure.
According to IBM's 2020 Cost of Data Breach Report, human error causes nearly 25 percent of data breaches, meaning that a negligent employee can become a tangible threat to your business’ invaluable data.
Your business security program must start with your employees and strong security policies rather than entirely depending on your IT team or the latest security solutions.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) was formally made part of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) in January 2020.
Right off the bat, we are here to tell you that anyone promising you a sure-shot solution to all your CMMC woes is trying to pull a fast one on you. The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a comprehensive move by the U.S.