We all know that the online marketplace is the fastest-growing marketplace in the world. Achieving success in the 21st-century requires a strong and credible online presence. Even if we’ve stayed abreast of the latest social media, there is always more that we can do.
Not long ago, hackers focused on stealing financial data. The digitization of financial transactions brought heavy regulation and security to protect those transactions, but thieves still found ways to steal things like credit card numbers to sell on the dark web.
Ransomware attacks and tools are on the rise and perhaps more so than has been widely understood thus far.
The gist: Hackers crack into a network via malicious URLs or malware, find data they can encrypt with relatively low-cost tools, and then demand either money or Bitcoins to return it.
EvolvTec New Year Resolution Blog
Four Steps To A Successful New Year’s Resolution
It’s that time of the year again. New Year’s Resolutions, are carefully being crafted. We’re all making (at least mentally) a list of the ways we’ll “begin anew” in 2016. If you’re like most people, you’ll have business goals – say, acquiring managed print services for your office; personal goals such as bringing more low-cal lunches to work from home, and family goals like getting all your family videos and photos stored on the cloud and moved to DVDs.
Every goal is a good goal, something to work towards.
This is an almost mythical term. Many people speak of the cloud as if it is something straight out of a fantasy novel. They talk about it without really understanding how ‘The Cloud’ works or what it can mean for their business.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month – Here are 31 tips on how to keep your business safe
Since 2004, the National Cyber Security Division of the Department of Homeland Security and the non-profit National Cyber Security Alliance have sponsored National Cyber Security Awareness month every October as a way to encourage individuals and businesses alike to be vigilant of cyber risks and best practices.
Being a business owner, you know more than anyone that making mistakes is natural and that you have to be willing to fail if you want to succeed. You also know you can accomplish more – and more quickly – if you can learn from the mistakes of others before making the same missteps on your own.
FBI reports: Latest CryptoWall Ransomware Damage More Than 18 Million Dollars
The latestcryptolocker-virus-1 version 3.0 of CryptoWall, descendant of the infamous CryptoLocker, is the most advanced and most damaging ransomware in the wild at the moment, specifically targeting U.S. businesses and individuals.
Focus on Digital Government as Global Public Sector Technology Spending Declines in 2015
In a report published by Gartner, they have determined that due the decline of Global Public Sector Technology Spending, we need to focus on Digital Government and the new service models that enable it.
Safeguard your business
The manageable side of risk management
Protect your data and prepare for the unexpected
Protect your business data—whether on mobile devices, servers, or in the cloud—and minimize the disruptions caused by unexpected events
Protect and control your data
You don’t have to be a control freak to control your data
When it comes to cybersecurity, ever wish you could just chain your laptop to your desk and call it a day? Fortunately, the best security system for your data doesn’t involve locks or alarms.