Entries by CTSI

How-To Guide: Teaching Cybersecurity to Employees

Your employees are your most valuable assets, but they can also be a weakness when it comes to security. By training and teaching cybersecurity to employees, you can achieve greater protection for your data and networks. Found out how to implement a program for your employees today.

Creating an Effective Anti-Phishing Strategy

Are you doing all you can to guard your organization against phishing? From educating your employees through to strengthening your company’s security, there’s a lot you can do. Here are some of our best suggestions.

Breaking Down a Phishing Attack

We all know that a phishing attack is a seriously bad news. But do you know the anatomy of such an attack? Here, we’ll break down exactly what goes on when phishers strike and explore how you can protect your business, your team, and your customers from data theft.

Whale Phishing vs Spear Phishing

You are committed to keeping your business safe and secure, which is why you need to know about the potential threats you face. What is whale phishing, or whaling, and what threat does it pose? What is spear phishing and what might this mean for your business? Let’s take a look.

5 Ways Technology Can Ensure HIPAA Compliance

Most all healthcare entities are in the business of digital patient data. While this accessibility to patient data can help improve care, it also must be safeguarded per the rules of HIPAA.

Cybersecurity Essentials for Regulated Industries

All companies need to protect their customer data, but regulated industries have a special obligation. Cybercriminals are smart and they go where the money is. Here are some cybersecurity best practices that can prevent data breaches from bringing your operation to a crashing halt.

Don’t ignore these key parts of your business continuity plan

A business continuity plan that focuses on cybersecurity and compliance is needed to prevent downtime and minimize losses. It is essential for ensuring that your business continues to operate in the event of a disaster, whether it be natural or cybercriminal in origin.

6 things your network assessment should include

From identifying bottlenecks or obsolete hardware and software, to bolstering security and establishing a solid disaster plan, a complete business network assessment will ensure you suffer as little downtime as possible and increase your company’s overall productivity.