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On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will cease supporting its ten-year old workhorse of an operating system, just as it did in 2014 with XP, Window 7’s highly popular predecessor.
How can you tell when valued IT staff have one foot out the door? Tips by HR pros interviewed by Dark Reading may offer some exodus-stopping insights.
With year-over-year cyberattacks on small businesses up nearly 425%, and that 62% of small companies lack adequate in-house cybersecurity expertise, leaders have legitimate cause for concern.
Data from the Ponemon Institute
and others confirms that business leaders are rightly concerned about loss from
threats posed by employees, partners and others with ‘insider’ access to their
business leaders stopped talking about moving enterprise applications to the
public cloud and actually took the plunge.
a smaller organization, leaders’ attention is often focused on the
security-threat-du-jour: malware, ransomware, phishing, fill-in-the-blank.
quick look at highlights from AT&T Cybersecurity’s 2019 Endpoint Security
Survey will reveal whether you share the same questions and challenges as
400,000 other IT and security professionals.
Here are the four fastest growing phishing
schemes predicted for this year, and steps you can take to prepare.
Each year, SpiceWorks conducts its State of IT
Budget Report to identify whether spending for hardware, software, Managed IT,
and other support services is up or down, and in which areas companies will or
won’t be investing.
businesses share similar risks of loss due to natural and manmade disasters.
Check your recovery plan often to make sure it addresses these critical areas.
Securing customer data isn’t just the law of the
land, it’s also the ethical thing for companies to do.
If you employ an in-house IT staff, chances are you stay ahead of the technology curve most of the time.
Recent estimates peg the percentage of human-caused data breaches between 40% and 60%.
companies considering near-term cloud deployments might benefit from knowing
how and where large enterprises are spending precious cloud dollars, and
whether there are specific trends and challenges they need to know before
pulling the trigger.
No doubt you have your own opinion about which are today’s
biggest IT compliance challenges. See how your views align with those
identified by IT, compliance and security experts polled by CIO.com.
outages and how companies prepare for them are undergoing significant
changes. Here are some industry-watchers’ predictions for
Moved by high-profile events, such as the Equifax breach and
others, senior executives are acknowledging cybersecurity’s indispensable role
in their digital business strategy, and thus, greatly upping support for IT and
When employees hit the road, the threat of a data breach
becomes their unwanted traveling companion. Devices and information are
particularly vulnerable in airports, where public Wi-Fi networks are often unencrypted,
improperly configured, or altogether phony.
With so many other
competing priorities, password security may not be top-of-mind for many
business leaders right now. But even a cursory check of recent data-breach
reporting suggests that it very well should be. More than 80 percent of last
year’s hack-related data breaches involved weak or stolen passwords last year.
You’ve seen the stats. You’ve
heard the stories. You’ve talked with other leaders. Now, you’re ready to take
your security awareness and training program to the next level. But which
topics should be added or improved upon?
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