In the old days, when people had important documents they wanted to keep secure, they would lock them in a filing cabinet. The only people who could access the files would have a key or would need to contact the file administrator.
As a business leader, you understand that your IT infrastructure is important. You have invested in technology that positions your business for success. You’ve put security measures in place to keep your data safe. But, you know that risks still exist. You want to minimize them.
Start improving your cybersecurity posture now with this ebook, free when you subscribe to our blog.
See this article as it originally appeared in the New England Real Estate Journal.
You’ve made the initial decision. You need help. You’ve collected extensive information from several IT providers. At this point, you may be feeling overwhelmed by your options.
As a business or technology leader, you are likely familiar with the term “phishing.” You may have a general idea of what it means and what it looks like. You (or one of your colleagues) may have even fallen prey to a phishing attack (and may not even know it yet).
I see it all the time. A business gets hacked and comes to an IT provider for a solution. Unfortunately, once a breach occurs, the only solution is remediation. The best advice I can give any business is to put a cybersecurity plan in place before an incident happens.
Your IT provider has always been very responsive to your needs. Somehow, that hasn’t been the case lately. They keep saying there’s a bottleneck. They blame the global supply chain and shipping delays. What’s really going on?