Digital risk management is a challenging arena for most small business owners. The unattractive truth is it takes time and money to protect your business’s assets – not dissimilar to insurance. Fortunately, agencies are continuously building and improving tools to help those without resources to invest heavily on their own. And increasingly, one particular standard
This month’s OUCH! newsletter features a great digest of Backups – The What, The When and The Why. Read this easy-to-understand, short article.
The US Small Business Administration put together a comprehensive list of steps a small business owner should take to avoid the ever-growing threat of a ransomware attack. Review these 14 steps.
The Small Business Administration has partnered with Synergy Solutions to provide free online cyber trainings customized especially for small businesses. The two training options include an beginners and intermediate tracks and are designed to familiarize business owners with the basic terms, threats and steps to protecting your business. While this training does take some time
In May 2017, a fast moving cyber attack occurred effecting over 200,000 computers. Several factors played into the success of this attack. A fantastic summary of what happened and how you can prevent vulnerabilities from attacks like this on your networks and hardware is available in SANS’ Ouch! Newsletter. It’s a quick and valuable read!
“In 2012, nearly 71 percent of cyberattacks occurred in businesses with fewer than 100 employees,” said Senator Risch. Last week, Idaho’s Senator Risch and fellow US Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA), Brian Schatz (D-HI), John Thune (R-SD) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) introduced a bill that will provide a consistent set of resources for small businesses to