With technology integrated into almost all your day-to-day activities, keeping your online data is significant now more than ever before. HTTPS is a more secure hypertext transfer protocol that's an improvement of HTTP. Some call it an encrypted website connection or the lock icon in the web address bar.
Almost every business leader at one point faces the dilemma of whether to list the services of a cybersecurity provider or have an IT Guy. Both alternatives have their fair shares of pros and cons, but cybersecurity providers stand out as the better option.
Ransomware is inarguably the most prominent type of malware. Initially, ransomware attacks were unsophisticated hacks on personal devices where cyber attackers demanded a few bucks as ransom. However, as technology continually becomes an integral part of business processes, cyber actors have advanced their tactics and "commercialized" ransomware.
The general opinion is that you need complex technologies and data security systems to prevent most cybersecurity threats like malware and supply chain attacks. While we may not entirely disagree, any data protection technology is only as effective as your staff can understand and use it.
Technological advancements have enhanced operational efficiency across almost all industries. Fire agencies are no exception—from better data recording and report generation to camera-assisted situation monitoring, improved safety, more accurate smoke detection, and quicker fire alert.
One of the oldest dilemmas in the IT world is whether in-house IT is better than outsourced IT support or vice versa. Traditionally, many business owners believe that there are only two alternatives—managing everything internally or outsourcing everything.