Summary of top 10 Findings
Tuesday you may have read about how to prepare in case disaster strikes. Part 2 of this blog are the rest of the 13 ways to prepare. Please read on Business Continuity Planning - how to prepare in case of emergency or a disaster.
With the hurricane fast approaching, it's important to start thinking about what to do in case of emergency not just at the home, but at work too. Just like insurance, business continuity planning is an essential exercise to consider should disaster strike.
The cybersecurity answers you want, straight from the experts.
For more than a decade, Verizon has gathered and analyzed threat data from around the world so that information security practitioners can understand the dangers they face.
This month, Verizon released it’s the 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) are based on over 53K security incidents and 2,200+ confirmed breaches, provided by more than 60 contributors. For a quick overview of this 68-page report’s summary of findings, we have created an easy to read, one-page infographic.
The occasional dropped business call is no big deal, things happen. But if your telecom services and VoIP technology aren't up to date, what should only be a minor issue becomes a big problem before you know it. There are a number of devastating effects of consistently dropped business calls that create big problems for your entire organization.