Outdated servers, unsecure firewall appliances or unreliable legacy infrastructures all pose critical threats to your business, but upgrading from these systems presents its own list of challenges. 70% of businesses delay infrastructure refreshes multiple times in a five-year period.
Cyberattacks increase exponentially each year, but because of the global sanctions on Russia, there has never been more of a reason for retaliatory attacks from cyber predators. In order to preemptively protect against such attacks, in March of this year President Biden signed the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022 (CIRCIA) as part of the omnibus spending bill.
In the current threat landscape, no business is not a target. With cyber attack activity increasing as a result of the Russo-Ukrainian war, the awareness, expertise, and tools to combat it is more important now than ever. We’ll provide recommendations and highlight specific solutions that help any business successfully manage and mitigate the fast-approaching threats.
One of the primary reasons businesses transition to cloud is to save on IT spend. However, configurations can be complex. With technologies across IT consistently evolving, many fail to navigate to sufficient security and compliance without overspending or overcomplicating. Complete visibility on what drives your IT costs is crucial to managing your spend. We’ll dive into how to align your cloud spending to your business goals so you can manage your cloud consumption effectively.
The hunt for talent remains intense, and the availability of security skills scarce. Considering what the past two years brought to the business landscape, it’s more important than ever for technology leaders to leverage their impact and influence on the organization at large to strategically attract, retain, and support their teams. When the “unexpected” comes, your business will be both unified and prepared to keep the ship afloat and continue to drive sustainable, competitive growth.
A new type of phishing attack, in the form of a malicious pop-up window that hijacks your 3rd party or single sign-on, is rising because of its difficulty to distinguish from a legitimate login. Taking you to a remote server where you provide your credentials directly to the attacker, Browser-in-the-Browser attacks are tricking more users who aren’t aware of what to look for or who don’t have basic security solutions in place. We’ll dive into how it works and a few ways you can ensure you’re not a victim.