By Carolyn Schrader Employee data sharing is still a cybersecurity weak link at small businesses Statistics show us that businesses still have a challenge with cybersecurity behavior of their employees. A Dell End-User Security Survey discovered that for small businesses: 54% of employees connected to public Wi-Fi to access confidential work 68% used personal email accounts for confidential work 22% lost a company-issued work device All these behaviors can cause cyberse
Small businesses need to know which employees might place their business in cybersecurity risk By Carolyn Schrader By now, almost every savvy business leader knows that every business has cybersecurity risks. Some of that risk may be impacted by the age of the business’ workforce. A recent study, sponsored by Citrix, identified some interesting trends. Citrix, a software company, sponsored The Need for a New IT Security Architecture: Global Study on Compliance Challenges &
Top 15 Cyber Security Tips for Traveling by Carolyn Schrader The travel season provides numerous opportunities for hacking of your devices while your enjoy yourself with friends and family. Savvy travelers should take some time before leaving to ensure they are well protected. A recent story from a friend reinforced the value of this preparation before traveling. A few months ago he attended a Homeland Security conference, staying at one of the conference’s designated hotels.