Did you know that, of all the vulnerabilities your business has to cyberthreats, your employees are one of the riskiest to your IT security, simply due to their exposure to your business technology? If your business isn’t secure, it will become incredibly more difficult to serve your clientele. For today’s tip, we’re breaking down a few ways that you and your employees can positively contribute to your business’ IT security.
As a business owner, you need to be able to see the fine line between being comfortable with your position and being dangerously complacent. Otherwise, you run the risk of hindering your business’ growth, or even actively sabotaging its success. IT services company MyTek will review why this is.
It isn’t often that one hears it discussed in the office, but the human body is an incredible piece of technology. Since your employees are so key to your business’ success, you’d benefit from doing everything you could to help your employees to take good care of their physical health.
It’s the holiday season, and shoppers are flocking to stores to find the perfect gift for anyone: the gift card. However, these handy little plastic rectangles may not be so perfect after all. This year, they’ve been a key component to a business email compromise scam that has been popular in the past few months.
Did you know that, according to a 2018 Verizon report, 58% of malware attack victims are categorized as small businesses? It's true - so online security should be a top priority for Phoenix small business security.
Today, MyTek technical support tip is about the purpose and security of a username. It all starts simply. For example, when you sign up for any service online, you will be asked to create a username and a password. Our technical support team will provide you with some security best practices on how to create a username that works to your benefit.
In light of all the data leaks and vulnerabilities that have been brought to light over the past few years, network security has to be a priority for every business. One problem many organizations have is that while they are protecting their network and infrastructure from threats outside their company, the real threats are actually coming from inside. Today, we’ll look at four ways threats can cause havoc from inside your organization.