Small Business Security (Pt. 1): Employee Security Awareness

Employees & Small Business Security 

Let’s face it: without the proper employee security awareness and training put in place, your employees won’t be able to recognize and address the risks that are actively targeting your business. 

Between good password habits, data breaches and business email phishing scams, you have a lot to consider when it comes to your business security. Your employees’ security habits in the office (or lack thereof) can significantly impact your overall business security. 

Follow us through Part 1 of our Small Business Security series where we discuss three major security risks to your small business, and how your employees can make or break your business’ security.  Continue reading

Public Information Threatens Your Business Security

Is your business more public than you think? 

In this overwhelmingly information-rich world, the answer is a definite yes. And if it’s public information, it has every legal right to carry on. 

Among social media platforms, review sites, consumer blogs, industry forums and business search databases, there’s a good chance that you’re being talked about. People flock to this public information so they can get a better picture of your company from others’ experiences. This includes current and prospective customers, as well as potential business partners.  Continue reading

Is IoT Opening Up Your Business to Cyberattacks?

IoT Technology in Business

Finding solutions to help your company run smoother and faster is what you do as a business owner. Since the Internet of Things (IoT) (aka “smart” devices) assist with efficiency, it’s likely that these devices have a regular role in your business. As of 2016, 65 percent of U.S. businesses use IoT technology — devices that are connected on the same network and embedded with sensors, software and the ability to collect and share data. 

Unfortunately, the very reasons that these technological powerhouses improve your processes can also puncture holes in your business’ security. Will this make you think twice about using them?  Continue reading