All about security – things you should be doing, things you shouldn’t be doing and an in depth look at how hackers are trying to infiltrate your security.
Why Managed Services For Law Firms Makes Sense For Cyber Security And Data Protection
As recent cyber incidents targeting CEOs have demonstrated, cyber attacks are now a constant emerging threat for all types of businesses and as a result the demand for managed services for law firms. Roughly 80% of companies reported experiencing cybersecurity-related incidents last year alone, costing businesses approximately $3.62 million per breach. What this means for lawyers is being faced with unparalleled data protection difficulties that could influence their ability to practice competently and ethically, and the serious need for managed services for law firms to take on these cyber security liabilities head on.
If you’re an existing client of ours you know we’re always evaluating our internal tools, evaluating what our clients’ experiences and refining our offerings, whether it’s a tool, a software or a service we offer. As part of our core values, always find a way, when we find something better we’re going to make the change for the benefit of our customers. We’ve listened to the feedback from our customers; we’re always on the cutting edge of technology offerings and in tune with our industry. Our latest upgrade to ProofPoint Anti-Spam Email Software is going to continue to ensure protection from malware, imposter emails, business email compromise (BEC) in an even easier user-friendly interface.
We’ve brought in, Mike Bodhe, one of our Support Services Engineers Allstars, to answer a few questions around unrolling this new product to our customers.
Hurricane Florence And Hurricane Michael: Natural Disasters Remind Us Of The Importance Of Building A Data Recovery Plan In Your Firm.
October is Cyber-Security awareness month. In lieu of all the recent hurricane activities, in this article we’re diving into data recovery and data disaster planning. You won’t want to miss our upcoming webinar, Cyber Fortress: Protecting Your Data Empire — check it out here! From leading the discussion and acting on the demands of an “ever-changing” client base to anticipating new trends in technology to preparing for a natural disaster, many unknowns come with building and growing a law firm. Often overlooked is how to deal the threat of natural disasters like Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Matthew (and whoever else feels like hitting North Carolina this season!) effectively.
Please Join Us For Our November 13, 2018 Webinar!
Title: Cyber Fortress: How To Protect Your Data Empire
Date and Time: TUESDAY, November 13, 2018 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
Presenter: Michael DePalma, Channel Development Manager, Datto Inc.
Moderator: Eric Hobbs, CEO of Technology Associates
Data Protection In Your Business
The holidays are almost here, and you can probably already feel the excitement stirring. Before you run out of the office to celebrate with family and friends, make certain you’ve put smart measures in place to protect your business this holiday season.
Protect Your Business This Holiday Season
Unfortunately, the holidays are a prime target for criminals to hack and steal from businesses who are out of office. You won’t want to miss this insightful discussion around data protection and disaster recovery, featuring Michael DePalma, Data protection expert of Datto, Inc. who’s spoke alongside members of the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and Cyber Security Experts to ensure you’ve got the right protection in place for your business this holiday season.
A thought from Michael on this upcoming conversation: “I have been fortunate to present alongside members of the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and Cyber Security Experts, and I’m very excited to share what I’ve learned.”
Managed Service Providers For Medical Practices: We’ve Found The Cure
Many people think “Managed Services Provider” is just a fancy way to say “IT Support” Business. I could tell you facts about why it’s a no-brainer, best-decision-you-ever-made move for why you need to hire a Managed Services Provider for your medical practice, but I’d rather tell you a story.
Hopefully you and yours are staying out of the Sharky waters lately (especially in Cape Cod and Texas!) Our topic today are the sharks in our digital waters this week. The latest Microsoft phishing attack, dubbed “PhishPoint,” demonstrates the lengthy extents in which cybercriminals will go to obtain confidential information. If you’re new to following our content or are just learning about Phishing Scams, check out our resources on phishing scams for business owners at the bottom of this page. In the most recent PhishPoint security breach, these hackers were able to use Microsoft’s Online platform to gain this information from users. Here’s what happened and most importantly, here’s how you can protect this from happening to you, your employees or your clients if you’re an Office 365 User.
There’s never been more freedom and autonomy in the workforce than today. However, with all this freedom comes great responsibility and security tops the list when working remotely.
Hackers love easy targets and when you extend the corporate network by working remotely or taking work devices into public spaces you are unknowingly inviting someone to take a peek.
With more business being performed online and across social channels, the likelihood of our personal information falling into the hands of a cybercriminal only increases. Recent reports found that phishing scams alone increased 65 percent last year and 76 percent of businesses reported being a victim of a phishing scam last year.
The conversation around cybersecurity is here to stay, and organizations must be diligent about evaluating, managing and protecting against cyber threats. When it comes to cybersecurity, the best option is to prepare for the worst, and hope for the best.…
On January 8, 2018 Attorney General Josh Stein and Representative Jason Saine announced legislation to strengthen protection against identity theft. There are several key items in this legislation that could have a direct impact on businesses here in North Carolina.