Cybersecurity has become a hot topic for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and their small business clients. It has become clear that MSPs who don't provide cybersecurity to their clients are falling behind, but the quality of the cybersecurity offerings is also a key factor.
Understanding cybersecurity can be complex in today's constantly-evolving threat landscape. With every new advancement in technology comes a new opportunity for hackers, a new avenue for attack, and a new vulnerability to be exploited.
If the GDPR affects your business, you may need to make some significant changes to your cybersecurity strategy. Here are four core areas to address in order to achieve technical compliance with the GDPR.
Although cyber attacks against large companies make the biggest headlines, small and medium-sized organizations are not immune to the threats. Smaller organizations are just as vulnerable as large enterprises, and in many cases, more so; because they have fewer resources to devote to cybersecurity.
The media is full of news when cyber attacks on big, billion dollar companies expose millions of customers’ personal information. Attacks on smaller companies tend to fall under the radar screen, leading many to think they’re too small to attract hackers’ attention. This is a mistake because as bad publicity forces big companies to take steps to improve their cybersecurity, smaller companies...
Think about the last time you went to a restaurant and experienced truly terrible service. Whether you waited an hour for your food, they messed up your order, your server needed an attitude adjustment, or all of the above, how likely is it that you will return anytime in the near future? No matter how good the food was, I’m betting your answer to that will be “When pigs can fly.”