Employees seem to prefer working from home, with over 25% saying they want to work from home permanently and nearly 50% wanting to work from home part time. Develop a robust remote cybersecurity plan with these helpful tips!
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have adjusted to doing business online rather than in-person. For law firms, this means many clients are looking to connect virtually rather than step foot into the office. Learn how successful law firms are making the digital transition with help from CDS.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do business, perhaps forever. For small business owners, COVID-19 has brought new challenges, from supply chain disruptions to coronavirus protection measures…and of course, cybersecurity risks. More small businesses have had to go online, thus increasing security risks. With managed IT, cybersecurity can be improved.
Even before the advent of COVID-19, the legal industry was already considering remote legal workforce arrangements to gain access to experts in niche specialties, boost retention rates, and reduce work-based stress while amplifying productivity. Hackers are developing new inroads to data shared remotely. Learn how to protect your remote legal workforce with these three simple, actionable tips.
When business and personal computing are both performed on devices such as computers, tablets, or smartphones, it can cause problems. Fortunately, there are ways your business can secure your office technology and resources.
Computer servers are the backbones of business IT networks. If they become compromised or bogged down, disaster can happen. If you have computers running old versions of Windows Server, it is time to schedule some upgrades. Benefits include better speed, improved security, and more features.
Cloud data storage is no longer a technology fad—it is now an important component of doing business. Cloud data storage is an important trend noted in many 2021 predictions, as it enables anywhere operations, improves cybersecurity, and facilitates Internet of Behaviors analysis.
You login to your computer to check your morning emails. Suddenly, a ransomware message pops up on the screen. “Your computer has been hacked! In order to regain access, send money to this address!” If your business has been hit with a ransomware attack, check out these tips for recovering from a cybersecurity breach and preventing another one.
Hackers are exploiting anxiety over COVID-19 with phishing scams that focus on using official looking emails that appear to relay COVID-related information. As more businesses turn to work from home or remote solutions, learn how to provide proper education to improve cybersecurity and minimize cyberthreats from phishing emails.
Trojans are a broad category of malware that was first described as a theoretical computer vulnerability by the US Air Force in 1974. Since then, they’ve become some of the most insidious and dangerous types of malware in existence. One type, known as the banking trojan, specializes in stealing financial…