Relying on policing employees to prevent ransomware and other cybercrime attacks appears to be a never-ending crisis for businesses today. Today, employees are ignoring basic protocols, like password protection tools and using work computers and mobile phones for personal use.
Security used to be focused on keeping everything contained within a physical structure to protect an organization’s network perimeter – critical infrastructure, servers, applications, data and people. Today, 49% of the workforce has gone mobile and nearly 70% are conducting business via SaaS applications. Organizations are struggling to protect their network in this new working standard. According to our partners at Cisco, most organizations rely heavily on virtual private network (VPN) usage, but 82 percent of mobile workers admit that they don’t always use the organizations VPN.
Welcome to the multicloud era – SaaS apps in the cloud, public and hybrid clouds hosting infrastructure, employees and branches accessing the cloud and internet from anywhere. read more
As increased demand for mobile Internet with high-speed connectivity and lightening data download speeds continues to rise, the need for advanced cabling infrastructure is becoming greater. For a variety of industries, structured cabling presents an affordable, reliable solution that can help protect sensitive customer data, facilitate quick and easy system adds and changes, and ensure long-term system usability. Organizations that fail to adopt new system technologies risk losing customers due to slow data transfer speeds, financial losses caused by maintenance delays, and system performance lags caused by outdated, unorganized systems.
With cloud computing expected to achieve a growth of 45% this year alone, security is becoming an increasing concern.
Today’s employees work anytime, anywhere using laptops and mobile devices to access company servers in the cloud.
Ransomware is the fastest growing malware threat today. Attacks are escalating and the tactics are becoming more sophisticated.
Ransomware is growing at an alarming rate. In fact, according to a U.S. government interagency report, an average of more than 4,000 ransomware attacks have occurred daily since January 2016.
As the volume of wireless devices in the workplace increases and cyberattacks are escalating, wireless security has become a critical part of cybersecurity efforts for organizations of all sizes.