Disaster Recovery Tag

You've been hit, now what? Ransomware viruses have infected devices linked to your company's network, do you know your next move? The newest forms of ransomware to hit cyberspace are the malicious malware, Ryuk and Dharma....

Does your company have a backup solution in place? If so, has it been tested? If your business has no backup solution, you need to implement one today! Backups are crucial in order to remain an...

Whether the last quarter of the year is slow or busy for your business, nobody wants overwhelming stress with IT emergencies during the holidays. Partnering with an IT provider to leverage their proactive support can...

For the second time this year, 50 million Facebook users have been affected by a data breach. The first breach involved Cambridge Analytica earlier this year and the sale of user data. The most recent breach occurred at the end of September when hackers took advantage of a feature to access tokens and take over accounts. In light of national cyber security month, we'd like to share more about this hack and provide your business with cyber security recommendations.
Ransomware is a type of malware that generally holds a system or data hostage until a ransom is paid. There are different entry points hackers can access to deploy ransomware, such as a phishing attack or software vulnerabilities. Since data is such a critical part of operations, all businesses are at risk of an attack. IT Consultants can help prevent ransomware through employee training, patch management, and disaster recovery implementation.
Healthcare organizations are required to follow HIPAA compliance. While this may seem like a pain for more institutions, it is a good way to protect against cyber-attacks. The regulations enforce aspects that protect against malware, which is your best defense against ransomware. The healthcare industry is particularly vulnerable to malware attacks because patient data is at risk of being compromised. Take a look at the following HIPAA guidelines in protecting against malware.
All businesses, whether large or small, need technology on a daily basis. From accounting to marketing to operations, every department relies on technology in some way to conduct business. Companies with services ranging from technology development to catering use technology to operate and transact. That being said, businesses must maintain their technology in order to avoid problems, run smoothly, and be successful. Take a look at the best Los Angeles IT services for small businesses. 
Starting off the year ahead of the competition can help your business excel through 2018. It is important to get a fresh start and use your experiences from last year to improve your technology, processes, and strategy. We have created a list of tips that will help put your business in a better place.
Many business executives fail to acknowledge the risk of a cyber attack. Whether they think their business is too small or their data isn't valuable, they are wrong. Cyber criminals target businesses of all sizes. Even if you think your data is useless to a third party, it is valuable to your organization and this value will be used against you during an attack. Here is a checklist for small businesses to mitigate cyber security risks. 

Managed service providers must be highly competitive in order to attract and keep clients. Because of the importance of technology within any company, mid-market businesses can take advantage of the competitive market and should know what...