Social engineering is the tactic of manipulating trust to get people to give up confidential information, such as passwords, payment card details, or (through a malicious link) access to your computer to plant malware.
Hopefully, you aren’t using your Mac Plus to run your accounting software. Having the right tool for the job is always important. If your employees are using the wrong or outdated tech tools for the job, work becomes an inefficient and expensive chore. Employees are 26% less productive working on computers that are 5+ years old, and…
It’s often after something goes wrong that the importance of good disaster recovery planning becomes crystal clear. You may have a backup plan (how to replicate your info offsite) but a disaster recovery plan can guarantee its recovery.
Do you have a business solution, competitive advantage, or a great idea that you think: “this could be solved with a mobile app!” During this education session, you will understand what options available, typical implementation costs, and when and why an app is or is not a good investment. Register Here! This event is Free!…
Use of personal mobile devices for work creates a security challenge for employers. 87% of businesses rely on their employees to use their personal mobile devices to access company apps.
July 17, 9:00 – 10:00 or 12:00 – 1:00
Hacking is the new form of a “break in” in the digital age. Instead of paper files locked in cabinets, today’s businesses have digital files stored on premise or in the cloud, which are prime targets for hackers.
How savvy are your employees when it comes to cybersecurity? Today’s sophisticated phishing scams take more than an awareness poster to properly defend against.