thinkCSC Quarterly Tech Update

thinkCSC Quarterly Tech Update  

As the first quarter of 2017 comes to a close, one thing is certain: Security remains the top concern for business leaders around the world. From sophisticated ransomware campaigns that have shut down cities to inadvertant coding errors that took down hundreds of servers, taking measures to develop better security and stronger security policies are essential. If you would like to learn how to create a comprehensive IT security strategy aligned with your organizational goals, contact thinkCSC for more information.

IoT Security: What Your Business Must Know

Jumping on the IoT bandwagon is an exciting opportunity for business growth, but ensuring security is the only way to mitigate the risks involved. In an area where real-time human oversight of wireless transmissions is difficult, methods of maintaining security must keep pace with the technology itself. However, as with all technological advances, this is a daunting task. Read more.

The Biggest Ransomware Threat is Coming

Businesses of all sizes and in all industries, government entities, schools K-16 and beyond, and individuals must all do their part to prevent ransomware. We must become far more selective about the emails we open, read, and forward, giving special attention to the links we click and the attachments we open. We must invest heavily in better security, from virus software to endpoint detection. We must all take steps to thwart hackers. Read more.

Ransomware is Not Going Away, but BDR Will Keep You in Business

Ransomware attacks continue to outpace cybersecurity efforts, threatening your organization’s most essential files. Thousands of employees, users, and clients click links and download files in emails, and no matter how cautious you urge them to be, a single toxic file is capable of bringing down your entire network. Ransomware remains a threat, but your business can still employ its best defense and avoid a worst-case scenario. Read more.

Teaching Employees about Cybersecurity Can Be Child’s Play

by Tom Hastings
For those companies endeavoring to train their employees about cybersecurity, there is a valuable lesson that they can learn by taking a cue from how we educate our children. Perhaps the most important component of that lesson is the simplicity of communication required to ensure children understand their roles in online safety. Adults, in their grownup worlds, tend to excessively communicate in such a way that messages become muddled, and online safety is one of those areas where too much complexity can ironically add unnecessary risk. Read more.
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