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Is Your Ransomware Recovery Plan Solid? 5 Ways to Know

With the average data breach costing nearly $4 million, most businesses can't afford to deal with a ransomware attack. Instead of rushing to stop the loss when you get hit with ransomware, you need a ransomware recovery plan to help complement your preparation. While you don't want to become a victim, if you are, it doesn't have to be as dire as it is for some companies. Here are 5 things to ask yourself to know if you're prepared to get hit with ransomware.
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4 Ways Network Monitoring Can Keep Your Medical Records Safe

Is your office or practice preparing to update its digital infrastructure and networks? Did you know that the healthcare industry reported 233 data breaches in 2017 related to hackers and insiders? With HIPAA compliance and patient privacy being top priorities alongside patient care, network monitoring can be a lifesaver for protecting sensitive data. Read on to learn 4 ways that network monitoring can help to keep your electronic patient record files safe!
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6 Questions You Should Ask Your Managed Security Service About Data Breaches

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Protecting Your Business From Cyber Security Threats

Feeling threatened by news of data breaches and high-profile hacks? 81% of business executives say they're not confident in their cyber security. That's no surprise when so many businesses are working with out-of-date tech. Below, we're looking at the steps you can take to protect your business from cyber security threats.
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5 Steps to Successful Ransomware Mitigation

Ransomware attacks increased more than 90 percent in 2017. This…
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Do You Need a Disaster Recovery and Continuity Plan?

On September 11, 2001, Americans learned first-hand how necessary it was for businesses to create a working plan for emergency situations. Those businesses who were located below 14th street in Manhattan couldn't operate for several weeks. Some businesses got lucky. Some in the financial services sector were invited to use office space at other companies, such as Bloomberg. Others simply lost income day after day. Some lost their offices when the buildings collapsed.
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Agriculture 101: How an IT Disaster Recovery Plan Can Save You

IT troubles can spell disaster for you regardless of what industry you're in. Some companies have even gone under due to the stress of a major IT problem. Make sure that never happens to you. Put an IT disaster recovery plan in place and test, test, test it. If you don't think it is that important, take a look at these reasons why you should have a plan.
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Why Secure Communications in 2018 Are a Must

It only takes two little words to send even the most powerful business into a spiral of panic: data breach. It feels as if there's a new breach every day, costing businesses billions of dollars in addition to the loss of consumer confidence. That's why it's so surprising that only 42 percent of businesses claimed they were concerned about a possible attack. Businesses need more than a basic firewall and a creative password. They need to invest in secure communication solutions that are going to keep their info safe when they need it the most.
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What to Know About Ransomware Data Recovery Solutions

These days, ransomware data recovery solutions are more advanced…
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Why Every Business Needs a Backup Recovery Plan

As a digitally operating business in 2017, you must have a backup recovery plan for your data or you won't be an operating business much longer. The healthcare industry faces unique challenges in maintaining data integrity and, according to a report, many within the industry are failing at this challenge. Even a small compromise to your data can cost your company tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. Prevention is your number one goal, but it is not always possible.