During the lazy days of summer, don’t let your guard down. We’ve learned from recent events that hackers and attackers are still working as hard as ever and not breaking a sweat. Early 2017 predictions suggested 15 risks that we still need to be aware of, and staying ahead of these risks is more important than ever. Mobile Security has
With the ever-changing regulatory compliance guidelines, staying up to date on the latest regulations can be overwhelming to business owners. Rather than looking at updates as a large project that must be tackled in one go, approaching updates as though they are “housekeeping” items within your business can improve organization and simplify the process of meeting new requirements. To help
Regulatory compliance is a set of laws and regulations enforced by the government. All businesses must follow these rules for their respective industry or risk legal punishment and federal fines. Examples of regulatory compliance laws include the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA) and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DDS).
Cybersecurity is important year-round, but becomes especially critical in tax season. Throughout this time, business owners are frequently sharing sensitive information with outside professionals and key employees via the internet. Many small organizations do not have the same cybersecurity resources as larger corporations, making them a prime target for hackers. Leading up to tax season, as a small business owner,
Coeur d’Alene Press, January 20, 2017 at 5:00 am The University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene has established a two-year strategic partnership with Protelligent, Inc. in an ongoing effort to support high-tech business growth in North Idaho. Protelligent, founded in 2002, delivers IT and security solutions to small and medium-sized businesses across a broad range of industries. The company will provide
Smarter, stealthier, and more subversive and sophisticated than ever. The cyber threat landscape has overwhelmingly grown, not only in the size and type of organizations and information at risk, but in its attack processes and those who carry them out wittingly or unwittingly. As organizations increasingly leverage new technologies like mobile, cloud, and the Internet of Things, understanding the roles