If your business’ fiscal year starts in January, this is normally the time of year when preliminary work begins for developing forecasts and budgets for the upcoming year. However, COVID-19 has put a big dent in how to go about this. Some organizations continue to be stalled and are waiting for business to return to some form of pre- pandemic.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that organizations can no longer ignore how technology is fundamentally changing core business functions. Here are 5 ways the cloud has delivered exponential ROI and sustainable growth for small and medium-sized companies. Flexibility and Scalability There is no denying the cloud’s ability to keep organizations agile on multiple levels. Businesses with cloud infrastructure
Three factors played a major role in more than 60% of data breaches last year, according to the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. Companies across the globe are still falling behind when it comes to preventing these go-to attacks: credential theft, business-email compromise, including phishing, along with human errors. The report also highlights how security tactics for these three
During this year’s tax season, hackers are taking full advantage of the large amounts of data being exchanged online by going on phishing expeditions in the hopes of stealing your data and that of your customers. In fact, 83% of businesses reported falling victim to a phishing attack in the last year, according to the Wombat 2019 State of the
The upcoming holiday season is an increased opportunity for cyber criminals to deploy phishing attacks designed to gain information regarding your company and customers. These attacks can appear as notification emails that link to a spoofed site, emails from unknown contacts requesting follow up on a conversation or even false messages from a bank with account warnings or access alerts.
Protelligent®: Ransomware distribution and examples The threat is real! In our second video, Fred Groehler, Protelligent Principal Engineer, helps you protect yourself from ransomware, whaling and phishing attacks by showing real-world examples and explaining the different methods of distribution. Emails containing malicious attachments or embedded links are the most common method of ransomware, phishing and whaling distribution. Another distribution method