Business.com Feature: Where does IT fit in the cybersecurity puzzle?

Business.com Feature: Where does IT fit in the cybersecurity puzzle?

Having an effective cybersecurity posture requires vision and support from business leaders and often builds out of the natural relationship that runs between cybersecurity and technology. We discuss the topic in our recent article on Business.com. We’ve included an introduction and summary below, but be sure to read the full article here.

Your Computer Can't Take a Sick Day

Your Computer Can't Take a Sick Day

You may recall the old Benjamin Franklin axiom, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  Well, it’s true, for you and for your computer. As flu season is upon us, we remind you to protect your business from getting a “bad cold” by paying extra attention to its immune system.

Making – And Keeping – Your Cybersecurity Resolution

Making – And Keeping – Your Cybersecurity Resolution

We all know the drill by now: the beginning of the year is a fresh start, and the perfect time to set a goal. 40% of Americans make a New Year’s resolution each year, and whether that’s sticking to a budget, finding a new hobby, or getting more exercise, they don’t waste a minute making that goal a reality.

This time of year, the gyms are packed – but don’t let that discourage you! You can increase your cyber-strength from the comfort of your desk chair.

Making Your (Cybersecurity) List, Checking It Twice

Making Your (Cybersecurity) List, Checking It Twice

By this time of year, Santa has nearly wrapped up his list, but have you started yours? We’re all busy and no stranger to lists when it comes to getting things done efficiently and completely. You probably have a list for your gifting, a grocery list for the big family meal, and even a to-do list of critical tasks to finish at the office before you head home for the holidays. This year, consider adding just one more list to your arsenal: A cybersecurity checklist is one quick way to see if your company’s cybersecurity program is naughty or nice.