Is shadow IT ever acceptable?

Shadow IT pertains to IT solutions, services, and infrastructures that your employees use without your internal tech department’s approval or support. These could be personal devices and unvetted apps your employees use to do their work or cloud-based services they use to process business-related data without your consent, among others.

The biggest cyberthreats to be careful of in 2022

According to research, a data breach could set your business back by more than $4 million in 2021, so you don’t want to be caught off-guard by cyberthreats. Here are some of the cyberthreats you need to prepare for this year.
Microservice attacks
Many of today’s complex apps are built from smaller apps or services called microservices.

Starting the year right with proactive IT support

The challenges of running a business during the coronavirus pandemic will continue in 2022, and having a sound IT infrastructure will be crucial in overcoming many of them. For instance, when adopting a hybrid work model, businesses can maintain optimal efficiency and avoid costly downtime by ensuring that their IT systems are always in top shape.

5 Ways to protect customer data privacy

We’ve come to a point where your ability to protect your customers’ data privacy can make or break your business, so it’s crucial that you make cybersecurity your top priority in 2022. If you’re uncertain of what precautions you should implement or which solutions you must invest in, know that you’ve come to the right place.

The pros and cons of smart devices

With the continuous and rapid development of smart devices, it’s easy to imagine a comfortable and convenient future. And it isn’t just consumers who will benefit, either — smart devices can help business owners, expanding their visibility and control over their operations, among other advantages.

Cyber resilience: How can my business improve it? (Part 2 of 2)

In our previous blog post, we discussed what cyber resilience is and why it is important for firms to have it. We also talked about the four main dimensions of cyber resilience, namely threat protection, recoverability, adaptability, and durability. In this post, we’ll explore ways in which your business can enhance its resilience against adverse IT events.

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