Outdated Technology is a Cybersecurity Red Flag

Many small to mid-sized businesses keep outdated technology because: a) it is familiar to them b) it is already paid for and c) the hardware and software are running just fine. However, keeping this old equipment can be the ticket to putting your company in real danger. If you are still on the fence about moving forward with new technology, here are recent statistics from Microsoft and CNN that convey the risks of keeping the status quo and the rewards of moving forward. Risks of Keeping the Technology You Have   Between 70-80% of the top ten company malware issues […]

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Meeting Planners Need to Take Cybersecurity Seriously

Newsflash: Most event organizers spend more time worrying about physical security for their conferences rather than the disruptor that can really impact it: hackers. Why? Because they think everyone else has cybersecurity handled, from the hotel to the AV/IT company they hired. Truth be told, you need to start weaving the right cybersecurity measures into your event. And not next year, next quarter or next month. You need to do it today. Hackers are constantly looking for easy-to-crack networks where data is plentiful. These bad actors have one or more agenda items in mind, including: • Stealing the identities of […]

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