Browser extensions are small application modules that you can install to customize or improve the functionality of web browsers like Mozilla, Chrome, and Opera. There is an extension for practically any purpose today, whether it’s taking full-page screenshots, blocking annoying ads, checking grammar and spelling, or collecting website analytics, among others.
Are your browser extensions safe?
Internal vs. outsourced SOC: Choosing the best one for your business
The number of cyberattacks is steadily increasing by around 50% every year, so your business needs to invest in measures and solutions that maximize cybersecurity. One of the most important of these solutions is a security operations center (SOC).
What is a SOC?
A SOC is a team of cybersecurity specialists whose main responsibility is to identify, analyze, and respond to cybersecurity risks.
5 Topics that your company’s cybersecurity awareness training should cover
Cybersecurity awareness training teaches employees how they can help defend the company against data breaches and cyberattacks. This training often covers several topics, which may vary depending on what the company considers relevant to its cybersecurity strategy.
Top 4 mobile security threats to watch out for
Smartphones and tablets are essential to successful remote work setups because they enable users to access business data and accomplish tasks virtually anywhere. However, convenient as they may be, these devices can leave your business vulnerable to plenty of cyberthreats.
Why your managers and executives need cybersecurity training
Human error is a major cybersecurity risk. Even if your business implements best-in-class cybersecurity solutions, you could still suffer a data breach if one of your staff mistakenly introduces malware into your network.
Cybersecurity awareness training is designed to address this problem.
5 Reasons more businesses are adopting cloud servers over in-house servers
To adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses invested in technologies that enhance flexibility, agility, and mobility. Cloud computing, in particular, was instrumental during the pandemic in helping businesses facilitate remote work arrangements.
Even as more and more businesses return to traditional office-based setups, cloud solutions continue to become increasingly popular.
Accelerating threat remediation and how an MSP can help
Cybersecurity remains one of the major concerns for businesses in 2022, with many companies allocating more of their IT budgets to beefing their cyber defenses. Doing the same for your business would be wise, although you need to be smart about it. If you want to ensure the best protection for your IT systems this year and beyond, one area you need to look into is threat remediation.
Dark web scanning: Why your business needs it
Many solutions empowering businesses like yours — internet telephony and cloud technology, to name two examples — are possible because of the internet. But not everything on the world wide web can benefit your organization. The dark web, in particular, can pose a very serious danger to your company, your vendors, and your customers.
Why does your business need co-managed IT in the post-pandemic era?
Many companies have adopted hybrid working arrangements to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic. These setups give employees the flexibility to work in any environment where they feel safe and more productive. However, facilitating hybrid work in a post-pandemic era comes with many IT challenges.
Implementing a cloud-based phone system with Direct Routing to Microsoft Teams
The coronavirus pandemic proved just how important it is for businesses to adopt solutions that support flexible working arrangements. After all, unforeseen circumstances may suddenly prevent your employees from working in the office, but they have to remain productive to keep your organization running.