• Cyber Security Threats You Need to Know for 2019

    The past few years have been filled with cyber security threats -- from malware and ransomware to sophisticated phishing attacks against company executives. While some have fallen in prominence such as ransomware, others continue to cause problems for small to mid-size businesses in all industries. Based on trend data since 2016, here are the top threats that you can expect to see in 2019 and beyond.
  • The Complex Cyber Security Threats Faced by the Financial Services Sector

    The financial services sector is suffering from a wave of attacks from cybercriminals who view these organizations as a target-rich environment. The high potential for gain overcomes the difficulty of hacking through the additional security measures, leaving financial firms vulnerable to attack from all sides. CFOs in the financial services sector need a solid understanding of the various threats that are facing their organization and how they can mitigate the risk.
  • Protect Critical Financial Data with Proactive Disaster Recovery Planning

    Protecting your clients' financial data is the most important aspect of your information technology security stack, and that includes ensuring that you can access your critical information in the event of a disaster. Even the most proactive disaster recovery planning efforts can fall short if they're not reviewed regularly to maintain compliance and protect against new and upcoming threats. A flat-file backup provides the first level of support that you need for your disaster recovery efforts, but will it be enough in the event of an extensive system failure?
  • 5 Ways Proactive Cyber Security Impacts Your Businesses

    The number and severity of cyber attacks continue to accelerate, making it critically important that your business is protected from these attacks. This is particularly true of organizations that store a great deal of personal and financial information such as finance and healthcare institutions.