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Cybersecurity Primer for Business

Cybersecurity Primer for Business

We have some bad news. It’s not easy to share, but it will make you and your company better in the long run.

Approximately half of your staff have no idea about how to do their jobs with a mind towards effective cybersecurity. One more piece of bad news – if a security incident were to occur, as a data breach, for example, there’s a better than 60% chance it was performed by, or facilitated (knowingly or not) by an employee.

Equifax Data Breach: What Happened and What Small Business Owners Can Learn

Equifax Data Breach: What Happened and What Small Business Owners Can Learn

It’s the stock sales by several executives that are likely to get the most scrutiny in light of the new timeline. On Aug. 1 and Aug. 2, regulatory filings show that three senior Equifax executives sold shares worth almost $1.8 million, with none of the filings listing the transactions as being part of scheduled 10b5-1 trading plans.

The Importance of Disaster Recovery Planning, Part 2: Preparing for the Worst

The Importance of Disaster Recovery Planning, Part 2: Preparing for the Worst

Since we published our previous article about disaster recovery planning in August, things haven't gotten much better for people and businesses in the southeastern United States.

Most estimates suggest that Hurricanes Harvey and Irma combined to cause more than $100 billion in damage -- and the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season isn't over yet.

Pulse Wave DDoS Attacks Threaten Businesses With Hybrid Mitigation Strategies

Pulse Wave DDoS Attacks Threaten Businesses With Hybrid Mitigation Strategies

Does your business host its website and other digital services with in-house servers? Do you use a DDoS mitigation appliance to detect malicious traffic and activate a cloud-based failover solution in the event of a DDoS attack?

If you answered "yes" to both questions, hackers have invented a new type of DDoS attack that could really ruin your day.