Holiday Cybersecurity Tips to Keep You Safe This Season
In addition to all those wrapped packages, this time of year also delivers more ways for cyber attackers to take advantage of users; before you put yourself or your business at risk, here are some cybersecurity tips to keep you safe this holiday season.
In the face of changing workforce dynamics, evolving cybersecurity risks and the rise of digital transformation, more and more businesses are turning to outsourced IT providers to help them manage costs, increase productivity and stay competitive.
Cybercriminals have long capitalized on human vulnerability to sidestep traditional security measures, but social media, AI, and broadened attack surfaces have helped malicious actors take phishing attacks to the next level.
Whether you’re outlaying investments for your in-house IT team to execute, choosing the right managed IT service provider to partner with or planning a combination of the two, preparing your 2024 IT budget should be a thoughtful and considerate process that balances the unique needs of your organization with your overall strategic priorities for the coming year.
The concept of a zero trust security architecture has emerged as a progressive and formidable defense strategy, but implementing a zero trust model should be carefully considered for not only its inherent benefits but its ultimate impact on both a business’s security effectiveness and culture.