Flexible schedules and numerous other benefits are drawing more employees to remote work. But did you know working from home is a cybersecurity risk? Because remote work requires accessing company information through a home network, there is always risk involved. Especially for companies that work with sensitive data. If you work from home or are thinking about offering a remote option to your employees, you need to be aware of the risks to online privacy. Read on for five reasons why working from home is a cybersecurity risk.
The holidays can be a particularly busy time for web traffic. As a result, an increase in site visitors could also mean an increase in exposed security vulnerabilities. That’s why you need to secure your website before the holidays hit. With identity theft being one of the top three scams in the United States, it’s no surprise that customers are leery of what websites they use. As a business professional and website administrator, you want to be certain that your customers can trust your site. Because a secure website doesn’t just protect your customers’ data—it also increases the likelihood that they’ll feel safe returning to your business. Read on for four ways you can secure your website for the holidays and beyond.
As a business owner, you’re aware of the constant change in business conditions, from dealing with financial fluctuations to learning what puts your business at risk for failure. With two months down & only 10 left in the year, there’s no time to waste if you want your business to stand out & succeed. Business owners are anxious to know what 2018 has in store & what adjustments they’ll need to make to stay a step ahead of the competition. As you navigate through your important business decisions, use the following four tips to keep your business from being left behind.
It’s there every time you open your newsfeed. It’s in every headline talking about the latest and greatest thing. Artificial Intelligence, or AI, as it’s lovingly referred to, is here to stay. AI is the machine learning that powers the science behind all of your smart devices. These smart devices connect to the internet and transmit data to make your life easier. This process makes up the “Internet of Things” (the IoT). And, the IoT has been one of the biggest buzzwords this year. So, what’s the difference between AI (the machine learning) and IoT (the connected gadgets)?