RDP ransomware attacks aren't new, but they're targeting more small businesses. How can SMBs stay safe?
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) should follow these IT security best practices to protect their data and gain a competitive advantage.
According to a recent survey, trusted employees, not cybercriminals, are responsible for the majority of cybersecurity threats affecting SMBs.
Cognitive security solutions such as Watson can help businesses of all sizes save money and reduce the impact of a cyberattack.
The many security reports issued this year contain countless cybercrime statistics that should encourage IT professionals and end users to be more careful.
Smaller businesses, like the HVAC company that caused the Target penetration in 2013, often think they are too small to be security targets, but SMB cybersecurity can have big implications. Size doesn’t matter as long as your firm has...
The cost of a security incident is rising for small businesses and large enterprises alike, with the average cost reaching $4 million in 2016.
In addition to the financial repercussions that result from cyberattacks, small and midsize businesses stand to lose the trust of their customers.
Service providers can help SMBs employ excellent cybersecurity through specialized practice, shaping themselves into hubs of security competencies.
Strict enforcement of acceptable use polices (AUPs) can dramatically reduce risk to corporate data that stems from employee Web traffic, a report showed.