If you remember the days of cubicle farms and the soul-destroying grind of the rat race that came with them, then you’re probably ready to join the new age of workforce mobility. A recent study found that almost 40% of the global workforce consisted of mobile workers back in 2017, and that number only continues […]
Is your business considering more flexibility for your employees? Are you thinking of allowing remote work for your staff? Everybody else seems to be on it; according to a global survey by International Workplace Group (IWG), 70% of employees across all industries do remote work at least once a week, and the numbers continue to […]
Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report had some good news: 78% of office workers in the US didn’t click on a single phishing campaign the whole year. Still, almost one out of five breaches was due to employee error in 2018. When it comes to your business’s cybersecurity, your employees need to appreciate how vital […]
Like most businesses, manufacturing firms also need to innovate. Previously, firms relied only on their own employees for new ideas, but today’s manufacturers are more open to external collaboration for out-of-the-box and unexpected thinking. The benefits of collaborating with external parties are plentiful, but the risks are also significant.
Cybersecurity is serious business for any organization. In a compilation report, cybersecurity experts revealed these alarming statistics: By 2017, there were more than 130 large-scale breaches per year in the U.S. Each year, that number grew by 27%. A malware attack costs an average of $2.4 million per company.
For several years now, cybersecurity experts have often cited the following industries as the “most targeted” or “most vulnerable to cyber attacks”: healthcare, government agencies, financial services, higher education, and small to midsize businesses.
Most small- to medium-sized business (SMB) owners think their networks aren’t vulnerable to cyberattacks because they believe they’re too small to get hacked. But based on statistics, 1 of 40 SMBs are targeted by cyberattacks, and the number continues to increase year by year.
The hottest business topic in 2018 was the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). GDPR is seen as the epitome of data protection legislation that safeguards businesses and organizations from data security breaches. Many companies have improved their technology infrastructures this year to guarantee their GDPR compliance.
Technology “makes the world go round” as far as today’s offices are concerned. It encompasses various labor-saving devices for facilitating your business processes, boosting your revenue or bringing down costs, and keeping your organization competitive in today’s digital world.
As the landscape of cyberthreats grows in complexity, a lot of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) look for better options to keep their sensitive data protected. There is a good reason for this, as computer networks are becoming more sophisticated and hackers are getting smarter about their methods of gaining access to corporate information.