Defendify recently attended ChannelCon, hosted by CompTIA August 5-7 at the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas. The event provided a unique opportunity to join top technology industry professionals, thought leaders, and vendors for three days of learning sessions, collaboration, and networking. ChannelCon attendees had the opportunity to win a jackpot of new ideas and tools to grow their business and keep the technology industry at the top of its game.
Nowadays, a password – no matter how formidable – just isn’t enough to protect the throne. With all the critical information we store online, Two-Factor Authentication adds an important security step to help your devices confirm that the person trying to log in is, well, you.
A firewall is industry-standard protection for Small Business. Often the first line of defense against outside threats, a firewall forms a barrier between the full scope of the Internet and your customer’s private internal network.
Firewalls, however, are a specific product built to perform a specific task, and they don’t provide complete cybersecurity. So how can you expand your cybersecurity program beyond a firewall to provide comprehensive protection?
While cybersecurity should be part of every employee’s job, some roles naturally carry more responsibility—Management and IT are two that certainly come to mind.
At the same time, so many elements of cybersecurity are truly human-centric, making it so important to consider the key role HR plays in keeping everyone safe and sound. The masters of employee matters have a few tricks up their sleeve – so how can business leaders lean on HR to help build a effective cybersecurity program and culture?