As we all put creative solutions in place to enable staff to work from home, be aware of the security risks that go along with allowing your employees to connect to your secured company
Aldridge CIO, Chad Hiatt, and Aldridge president, Bryan Gregory, sit down and discuss the IT security threats that your business will face in 2020. Chad will teach you how to identify these threats
When most people think of security they think of locked doors and surveillance cameras to keep the bad guys out. However, the real danger doesn't come from the outside, it comes from within. 84%
If you’ve logged into any cloud-based apps or software in recent memory, you’ve probably been prompted to setup multi-factor authentication (MFA) using your phone number as a way to verify your identity. While this
Continued use of end-of-life technology can expose your business to several risks—such as extended downtime, cybersecurity holes and a lack of product support—which may cause trouble for your company...
60% of organizations have experienced a ransomware attack in the last 12 months. (Source: MalwareFox) A ransomware attack is the use of malicious software to restrict access to a computer system or
A business falls victim to a malware attack every 14 seconds. (Source: 2019 ACR) A malware attack is the injection of malicious software into your network. Typically, malware gets into a
Cybercrime is on the rise. Create a security incident response plan to protect your organization from falling victim to a costly cyberattack.
Employee IT security awareness training is no longer a nice-to-have; it’s mandatory. Modern IT security requires business leaders to do more than select the right security tools for their business. When it comes to protecting