The Charles IT Blog
The cyberthreat landscape is constantly changing as attackers find new and innovative ways to get into your network. Indeed, some attacks are now so complex that they go undetected until it’s too late. Most businesses simply don’t have the resources necessary to keep a close eye on every single endpoint and communication channel throughout their IT infrastructure, so they need to turn to external ...
Businesses in Connecticut and around the world will be planning out their IT budget for 2021 over the next several days. For many companies that still rely on a work from home setup, ensuring the security, connectivity, and productivity of their employees is a top priority. With new technological innovations coming in 2021, businesses need to adjust quickly to remain competitive.
In the dynamic world of technology, the only thing you can count on is change. Your business always needs to be one step ahead when it comes to protecting your assets against the rising tide of cybercrime and innovating quickly to capitalize on new opportunities. And with the end of the year just around the corner, now is a great time to reevaluate your technology strategy.
With COVID-19 infections in Connecticut soaring by 6.1% in recent weeks, Gov. Ned Lamont recently issued a statewide advisory ordering businesses to revert to Phase 2 restrictions. This means that some businesses will have to cancel their reopening plans, while others will have to continue their remote operations to contain the spread of the virus. The governor is also urging people to stay home.
Cyberattacks can strike at any time and without relent. Though there are countless systems that criminals may try to exploit, the universal reach of email makes it one of the most popular targets of all.
Today’s businesses handle enormous amounts of customer data, much of which is subject to government-mandated compliance regulations. For example, protected health information is subject to HIPAA compliance, while controlled unclassified information pertaining to the US Department of Defense must be protected according to CMMC and DFARS compliance.
These days, it's not just large enterprises that rely on technology to push their business forward. Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are also leveraging the latest technological trends to enhance their processes. However, maintaining one’s IT infrastructure is a different story altogether. If you run an SMB, you'll need highly trained IT professionals who can quickly resolve any problems ...
Facing a constant rise of cyberthreats from ransomware attacks to social engineering scams, businesses are under increasing pressure to prepare for the worst. In doing so, they need to implement multiple layers of security to protect their most valuable assets. This includes an IT backup strategy that they can fall back on should a serious incident occur.
Admittedly, not all managed service providers (MSPs) are created equal. As is the case in any industry, there are both good and bad options. Making the right choices depends on extensive research, as well as shaking the belief that, if you want a job done properly, you have to do it yourself.
Change is the only constant in the world of cybersecurity, where new threats come and go as cybercriminals exploit new opportunities.