This is a challenging time for everyone around the globe. Concerns about the COVID-19 virus have led to a boom in remote working and left organizations scrambling to ensure their remote workforce can stay connected. In an effort to help lead our community through this ever-changing situation we have compiled a list of free remote work solutions vendors that are now offering free tools to small businesses to help your
So you’ve assembles a massive database of valuable information and now it’s gone! It really doesn’t matter what the nature of your files or data was, once it’s gone, it’s gone unless you have a backup of course! Data backups are essential cybersecurity must-haves that every company should be using religiously.
Data encryption is a necessary part of protecting your organization’s sensitive information. At the most, basic level data encryption is the process of scrambling text (called ciphertext) to make it unreadable to an unauthorized user. Individual files, folders, volumes, or entire disks within a computer or USB drive as well as files in the cloud can all be encrypted.
Antivirus software is not a new term, in fact, the first antivirus software was released in 1987 by IBM to detect and remove viruses. Although the premise of the software remains the same today, it has become a widely more robust tool. As hackers have gotten more sophisticated continuing to protect your endpoints as an introductory piece to the puzzle is a worthwhile investment.