As a business leader, you understand the important role a firewall plays in protecting business and customer information. That’s why you have a firewall, right?
Most business leaders would agree that their IT infrastructure is the backbone of their organization. Without technology, most businesses would be paralyzed.
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With ransomware attacks a frequent topic of news reports, most people understand that money is often a motivating factor. But, while that is a powerful motivator, it isn’t the only reason hackers take action.
Virtual private networks (VPNs) have been around since 1996, but if you are like most business leaders, you may not fully understand what they do, how they work, and whether your business needs one.
Firewalls often fall into that “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” category; quietly operating to keep your network safe without too much thought from business leaders or users. But, just like every other part of your network, firewalls need to be monitored and updated to ward off new threats.
Everyone knows that cybersecurity is important. We all want to prevent people from accessing our data and using it to their advantage.
We’ve all been there.
Business leaders know that social engineering attacks are on the rise. These attacks, in which people with bad intentions manipulate users into taking actions that will provide access to information or networks, take many forms.