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Cybersecurity threats pose a risk to every business, regardless of its size or sector. There’s no escaping the fact that cybercriminals are always looking for vulnerable systems to exploit and are becoming more sophisticated in their techniques.
Guy BaroanWhen it comes to IT services and solutions, you need someone who not only comprehends the IT industry but is also passionate about helping clients achieve long-term growth using proven IT solutions. Guy, in leading our company, is committed to helping clients improve their technology in order to develop a competitive edge in their
In today’s tech-dependent world, businesses heavily rely on IT companies to support their operations and drive growth. However, it’s not enough to simply hire an IT company based on their reputation or services alone. To truly maximize the benefits of IT support, it is crucial to know your IT company on a deeper level. Here’s
The 2023 Ingram Micro Global Cloud and Innovation Summit was one of the most anticipated events in the tech industry. This event brought together some of the brightest minds in the industry to discuss the latest trends, innovations, and best practices in cloud computing and digital transformation. “Ingram Micro does so much for us,” says
Don’t assume you can buy coverage—insurance carriers may not want your money if your cybersecurity standards aren’t up to par. We will help you qualify for the cybersecurity insurance you need. During the past few years, as many of our client’s cybersecurity insurance came up for renewal, a clear trend has emerged. Cybersecurity insurance
Cybersecurity insurance is becoming more complicated, more expensive, and more necessary. Are you putting off getting a policy? You shouldn’t wait any longer. The cybercrime landscape is getting more unpredictable and complex every day. Cybercriminals are finding more effective ways to infiltrate business networks and steal critical business data—but you already know all this.
If you’re not repeating passwords, then you won’t be vulnerable to further breaches when a hacker gets your info. But that’s easier said than done, right? As we explored above, you have a lot of different accounts—so how can you be expected not to repeat a memorable password here or there? It may be nearly
When was the last time you double checked your passwords and any associated policies and best practices? After all, they are a key line of defense in your cybersecurity posture… How Strong Do You Think Your Passwords Are? No, that doesn’t mean, “have your passwords been hacked yet?”—those are not the same questions. While you
Meetings can be a big time sink for staff members that are otherwise trying to get their work done. While in our other blog this month, we explored how meetings themselves need to be justified and streamlined, the fact is that even if you have a good reason to book a meeting, that process alone
Do your meetings feel like a waste of time? Based on a recent study by Asana, they might be. The report, based on a survey of nearly 10,000 participants, found that: Work about work (i.e. meetings) takes up 58% of the workday Skilled work takes up 33% of the work day Strategic work takes up
You can’t afford to assume a simple cybersecurity defense will actually protect you from the many cybercrime threats out there. This is precisely why so many businesses are adopting a zero-trust cybersecurity model. Did you know that, on average, there’s a cyber attack every 39 seconds? It could be a ransomware infection. It
Are you falling behind the current standard of business cybersecurity? Discover what your colleagues in the business world are using to keep their organizations secure. The absolute biggest mistake companies make about cybersecurity is to assume that they don’t need it and that they are not a target. Or even worse, they think they are