On March 15, 2022, President Joe Biden signed the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act (SACA) into law. The bill, which passed the U.S. Senate unanimously, establishes new security reporting requirements for critical infrastructure entities.
Cybersecurity is something that can seem like a futuristic, far-off concept. Yet, you couldn't picture our current world without cybersecurity. Which can lead you to not see the value of locking up your data until it’s stolen. The news cycle is dominated by stories of companies suddenly regretting not improving their cybersecurity plans until it was too late.
When your business has the budget for cybersecurity, a next good step is to find the right cybersecurity service partner for you. However, this tasks comes with many considerations and challenges to discover the best option.
Cybersecurity strategies help create a safe base for many companies to secure their assets. Due to the changing technologies, cyber security attacks are unpredictable, thus it’s important to stay compliant with the latest security paths to restrict the vulnerability of cyber security threats.
Everybody knows time is money. This advice especially holds for businesses, as limited budget and personnel can only go so far. That's why choosing which conferences to attend is essential.
Every 39 seconds, a cyber attack takes place. With a steady upwards trend, it’s crucial that you know what a cyber attack is and how to identify when it is happening. Put simply, a cyber attack is an unwelcome attempt to steal, expose, alter, disable, or destroy information through unauthorized access to computer systems. Sixty percent of small companies go out of business within six months of falling victim to a data breach or cyber attack.
No company sets out to make a faulty product. Yet, even the best-laid plans go awry. Quality assurance, rigorous testing to ensure product quality, helps prevent catastrophes. However, it is tempting to rush a product to launch and not conduct the necessary testing. Here’s why you should take the time to invest in quality assurance.
The new year means new chances for growth and resolutions. The fresh start also offers an opportunity to improve your workflow. Every office has some dinosaur program or process long past its deserved end date. It’s time to see if you can be working smarter and not harder.