Working from home has become the new normal for a large portion of the global workforce. For a number of businesses both big and small, keeping their workforce healthy amidst COVID-19 has spurred their first large-scale venture into remote capabilities. Many business owners are beginning to see the benefits of an approach that provides greater remote flexibility to their employees as an established post-pandemic strategy.
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Reminds Us to Keep Security Top of Mind Security is a responsibility of every individual in your office equipment business – from your leasing administrators
Regardless of the industry you serve, IT security is a hot and relevant topic. High profile cyber security breaches like the Facebook and Equifax hacks have made headlines in the last few years, and as a result, buyers have become more aware and more educated on just how important it is that their data is protected. More information is being stored and more devices are connected to the network, printers included. Without the proper precautions in place, this data becomes vulnerable.
4 Ways to Build Security Awareness at Your Company We’ve all seen security breach headlines. Even major companies like FedEx, Reddit, Under Armour, Unity Point Health, and just last week, Facebook, have all had cybersecurity “issues” in 2018. Information Security Programs at most companies strive to keep these events from happening, detect them when they do and respond in a way which effectively mitigates the related risk.
We’ve all heard about Target, Home Depot, Equifax, The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and other large entities being breached over the last five years. Breaches like these often cost large companies $100’s of millions in terms of overall impact. While largescale breaches garner significant headlines across a wide range of media sources, many smaller companies are impacted and nobody hears about it.