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NIST Cybersecurity Framework Updates & How NIST Is Responding to Supply Chain Attacks

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As a business owner, you’re well aware of the threat that cybercriminals pose to your data. The news is full of stories about companies that have been hacked, and the fallout from these attacks can be devastating. Recently, we’ve been seeing an increase in the amount of supply chain attacks, where hackers target a company’s […]

Should Your Organization Partner With an MSP for Office 365 Migration? 

When it comes to Office 365 migration, many organizations feel overwhelmed and unsure of where to start. This is especially true when it comes to the technical aspects of the migration process. That’s why so many businesses choose to partner with Managed Service Providers (MSPs) for help. MSPs are expert Office 365 migration partners and […]

CMMC vs NIST 800 171, What’s the Difference? 

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Businesses have a lot to worry about these days, and compliance with government regulations is one of those concerns. Two important compliance frameworks are NIST 800 171 and CMMC. But what’s the difference between them? And which one should your business be following?  In this blog post, we’ll answer those questions and help you decide […]

MFA: The Cybersecurity Tool That Stops 99% of Attacks

In this day and age, it is more important than ever to have a robust cybersecurity protocol in place for your business. MFA, or multifactor authentication, is one of the most effective ways to stop cyberattacks in their tracks, preventing automated attacks 99% of the time. MFA adds an extra layer of security to your […]

5 Data Privacy Solution Features Your Organization Needs to Implement

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As a business owner, it’s important to ensure that your customers’ data is protected 24/7. In order to do this, you need to implement specific data privacy solutions.  These solutions will help protect your customers’ information from hackers and other cyber threats. Here are five essential data privacy solutions your organization should implement: Multi-Factor Authentication […]

How Secure is Your Business Email? 

Email is one of the most ubiquitous, fundamental forms of communication for businesses. It’s fast, efficient, and can be used to communicate with employees and customers alike. However, email also poses a significant cybersecurity risk. In fact, an estimated 90% of data breaches start with a phishing email. In this blog post, we will discuss […]

Zoom Cybersecurity Bug, How Microsoft Teams Secures Your Organizations Privacy

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So, What Happened? When a bug was discovered in the popular Zoom meeting platform that could severely compromise Windows users, their data, and their privacy, it raised questions about the security of the go-to platform during the pandemic. What we know is that the meeting platform was vulnerable to a UNC injection, which allowed hackers […]

The Impact and Importance of Technology on Your Business Overall Growth

Technology is one of the most important factors in business today. As technology advances, it can help your business grow and increase productivity. The impact that technology has on businesses is incredibly helpful to the growth of the business as a whole. Technology helps improve several different facets of business, but particularly has an impact […]

How Cyber Criminals/Hackers Make Money

At some point in nearly everyone’s life, they will come across cyber-criminals/hackers. Cyber-attacks are becoming more and more commonplace, with cybercrime costing the global economy roughly one trillion dollars per year. As technology gets more advanced, cybercrimes get more destructive, making it incredibly important to know how cyber criminals make money. In today’s world, cybercrime […]

Tips for Establishing a Robust Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan

In today’s world cybersecurity is more important than ever. Every year, a cybersecurity incident compromise on average around 200 million records for U.S. companies alone. In the past 12 months alone cybersecurity has been compromised on average over 400 times a day. And, according to cybersecurity experts, cybersecurity incidents will continue to rise in frequency. […]