It’s tempting to believe that just because you own a small business, hackers would avoid targeting you. However, this is not the case. Spyware, malware, and phishing attacks against small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are becoming more common.
Cybercrime is a persistent threat that we cannot eradicate. As technology advances and the internet becomes more prevalent, cyber security is becoming increasingly important at both the personal and corporate levels. Ransomware attacks are increasingly being used against organizations as well as wealthy or reputable individuals. They are also referred to as encryption trojans.
As the year following one of the most rapid technological transformations in history, 2021 was a watershed moment in cyber security. New vulnerabilities introduced by widely used remote working systems continue to confound cyber security experts.
SOC 2 is an auditing strategy developed by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) that tracks your service providers’ data management methods in order to protect your brand’s and its customers’ interests. SOC 2 is required for security-critical brands, especially when hiring a SaaS provider.
Drones, alternatively known as unmanned aircraft, have been revolutionary in how enterprises run business operations, as well as military and recreational purposes. Some of the world’s most successful corporations have attained operational efficiency by leveraging drone technology, mostly those in transition from land-based companies to online-based businesses.
Artificial Intelligence is increasingly becoming an integral part of cyber security, owing to its ability to track and eliminate a wide variety of cyber threats while processing tons of information. Research computer scientists continuously tweak various aspects of AI to improve its capability in the cyber security space.
As digitization becomes the norm across industries, your attitude towards technology will define how your IT environment will operate in the coming years. Bad tech habits are aplenty in the industry, and if you practice them within your workspace it will affect your output.
Infrastructure refers to all of the hardware and software components that are used to support applications. This encompasses data centers, software platforms, installation pipelines, system integration, and any other system or software required to sustain the application life cycle.