October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and there is no better time for businesses to increase their cybersecurity awareness. Failing to protect customers' sensitive information and other data can cause a loss of confidence among consumers and increase the risk of costly lawsuits.
A cybersecurity awareness training program is an effective way to educate government employees on the current cyber threat landscape in order to reduce the risk of cyberattacks and engrain a strong security culture within a government organization.
Cyberthreats are constantly evolving. But when was the last time you audited or updated your cybersecurity framework? Below, we look at how to design an effective cybersecurity strategy and offer tips on how to stay on top of the latest cybersecurity threats.
Today’s economic climate results in tight budgets for government agencies. Organizations are turning to managed services to reduce costs and maximize productivity. Whether your agency is state or federal, you require even more technology to operate efficiently.
It’s difficult for local governments to remain up-to-date and relevant when it comes to technology. Area citizens are expecting the same type of experience with their local governments that they get in the private sector through mobile and other devices. Managed IT services help enable these expectations.
Protecting the technology in your school is important for the privacy of the students as well as school data and files. With hundreds of different computers and students visiting various websites all day long, it’s easy for viruses to lock up devices and/or steal data. All it takes is one bad website or phishing email for a device to become compromised.
The majority of business is performed online in today’s hyper-connected…
IT challenges shouldn’t keep your students and educators from learning and teaching. Often school internal IT teams have little bandwidth and need support. IT co-managed services could be a winning proposition for your organization. Get help with servers, networks, hardware, and more.
Managed IT gives educational institutions access to the latest technology and better communication tools, while also improving the security and performance of IT systems. All of this offers staff and students better learning and improves their quality of life.