When most of your company’s employees use several mobile devices to get their work done, security has to be a primary consideration. What factors should you take into account when implementing a mobile device security plan? How can you simplify the management of so many devices?
What would a cybercriminal want from a small- to medium-sized business (SMB)? An awful lot. From confidential personal and financial data to access to affiliated corporations, there are plenty of reasons why cybercrime is turning its attention to SMBs.
Your employees are your most valuable asset, but they can also be the weakest link in your security chain. Download our eBook, The Threats from Within: How Educating Your Employees on Cybersecurity Can Protect Your Company to learn important tips to keep your organization safe.
The average cost per serious security incident is $988K for banks and $926K for financial firms in general. Download Locking the Safe: Strategies to Protect Banks and Financial Services Firms from the Most Advanced Threats to learn how to protect your financial institution.
With cybercriminals executing increasingly sophisticated attacks, the stakes of being unprepared for an attack are higher than ever before. Download our eBook, Follow the Money: A Guide to Avoiding Financial Losses in Cybersecurity, to learn how to protect your organization.
How does a healthcare organization protect itself and keep operations running smoothly? Download our eBook Healthcare Ransomware: Hospitals on Hold to learn the measures your hospital or healthcare organization can put in place to ensure that this menace does not happen to you.
Data breaches that involve virtual environments are more than twice as costly as those which do not involve a virtual environment. With the average cost of a virtual breach for an SMB at $74,000, and the average cost for an Enterprise at $942,000, failing to secure your virtual environment is not an option.
When it comes to making important investments for your business, cybersecurity should be at the top of your list. Download our eBook, Top 6 Things Small Businesses Need to Know About Cybersecurity, to learn the steps you should be taking to protect your business.
42% of the companies say the single largest loss of confidential data loss is by employees. It’s vital that your company learn the best ways to protect from employee threats. With the proper training and knowledge, your employees can act as your most important line of defense.
In this IDG survey, sponsored by Kaspersky Lab, IT Managers share their experiences around the growing threat of ransomware. If you are concerned about ransomware or simply curious about how other companies are managing this malicious threat, then download the whitepaper, Taking on Ransomware.