Understanding Your Network Security - IT Security tips for the small business from your local Denver IT Support company, North Star. http://www.nssit.com It’s been said so many times that many small business owners are likely to block it out, but the truth remains: cyber criminals target small to medium businesses. But in a recent New York Times article, a cyber-attack wasn’t focused on the Ashley Madisons or Dropboxes of the world. This time the focus was on a small business who is lucky to still be in business after a serious cyber-attack. Last holiday season, Rokenbok Education, a small, California-based toy company of seven employees realized its worst nightmare. During the busiest time of the sales year, the files in their database had become unusable, infected with malware. The hackers used ransomware, a malware designed to hold a business’s data hostage, to encrypt their files and demanded a payment to make them usable again. However, instead of paying the ransom, Rokenbok restructured their key system. To do this it took four days. That’s four days of downtime, lost sales, and confused customers who likely lost confidence in the integrity of their company. Luckily this did not put Rokenbok Education out of business. But many small to medium businesses aren’t so fortunate, and are forced to close after such a security debacle. So why do security breaches like this happen to Small to Medium Businesses? There are many reasons, but a common one is that small and medium-sized businesses often focus on profits over security. And really, it’s hard to blame them. So what can your business do to protect itself against online attacks? There are a range of options, but it’s best to start off with an audit of your current security system to see where the holes are. This audit should check areas of risk which include customer data, employee access, and assets such as servers, computers and all Internet-enable devices. After that, an obvious thing to do is to strengthen your passwords. While this has been said thousands of times over, many small to medium business owners do not take heed. Aside from passwords, there are many other ways to boost your business’s security that include installing a firewall, utilizing 24/7 system monitoring services, and keeping your antivirus up-to-date. Also, since many security attacks occur because an employee clicked on a malicious website or link, training your employees is a smart move. However, if all of this sounds far too much to bother with, consider outsourcing your security to a service provider that specializes in digital security. This can oftentimes save valuable time and money in the long run. Best of all, this can provide peace of mind, knowing that you have a security specialist watching over your business. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and unsure where to start with your business’s security, we’re happy to help perform a thorough audit and provide you the digital security solution you need to keep your business protected. Security worries don’t have to keep you up at night, and we can help you implement the measures that will protect your business from disastrous security problems. Proudly Supporting Small Business Technology, Computers, Networks, and IT in the Denver area since 1992 North Star, Inc. 451 E. 58th Avenue Suite 4263 Denver, CO 80216 303-747-4024 More Information about Denver IT Support: Denver IT Support Services - North Star Inc nssit.com/denver-it-support/ Denver IT Support and Services. Call 303-500-1968. Denver Technology Consultants for Network Services offering Computer Support, Business VoIP Phone ... CLICK HERE: http://www.nssit.com ---------------------------------------- People who watched this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXveqpXOV_0 Also searched online for: Searches related to Denver IT Support #denveritconsulting #smallbusinesscomputersupportdenver #smallbusinesstechnologyconsulting #computerconsultingcompanies #networkconsultantdenver #denvertechsupport ------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH US: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrylkalli https://www.facebook.com/denvernetworksupport https://twitter.com/denvervoip CHECK OUT OUR OTHER VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHPf5WdSZ34&index=1&list=PL9BfBnLbYphVs3zvhHdwT14-_RLuyil5m https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXveqpXOV_0&index=2&list=PL9BfBnLbYphVs3zvhHdwT14-_RLuyil5m https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4nA6aPJx5M https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vSFJVIlWOg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXslHVi-T2Y ------------------------------------------ Don't forget to check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/NorthStarDenver and click the link below to subscribe to our channel and get informed when we add new content: http://www.youtube.com/user/NorthStarDenver?sub_confirmation=1 VISIT OUR SITE: http://www.nssit.com
Bill Agresti delivers a powerful talk about how to reduce digital risk in an efficient manner. According to Agresti, managers need to become more cyber savvy while technology professionals should learn the ropes of the business world. Bill Agresti is a Professor in the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University. His research and professional interests are in cybersecurity, software engineering, and discovery informatics. He held senior technical and management positions at Computer Sciences Corporation, MITRE Corporation, and Noblis, Inc., where he was Director of the Software Engineering and Economic Analysis Center. He was Program Director for Experimental Software Systems Research at the National Science Foundation and led applied research and spacecraft systems development projects at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from New York University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Cybercrime is a massive 21st-century problem and small businesses face a huge hurdle to effectively protect themselves and their customers, compared to larger firms. Budgets are tight and not fully understanding the risks means that gaps can easily be left. This guide helps you build a budget-friendly layered cybersecurity strategy using a mixture of free and paid for services because something covering the gaps is better than nothing. Main points covered: • Why Would Cyber Criminals Target Me? • Reducing Your Exposure • No Budget to Speak Of • Seven Areas Every Small Business Needs to Cover • Dealing with a Security Incident Presenter: Nick Ioannou is an IT professional, blogger, author and public speaker on cloud and security issues, with over 20 years’ corporate experience, including 15 years using cloud/hosted software as a service (SaaS) systems. As an early adopter of cloud systems, including BPOS, the first iteration of Office 365, he has been paying for the privilege of bug testing them ever since. He started blogging in 2012 on free IT resources (http://nick-ioannou.com) currently with over 400+ posts. Author of 'Internet Security Fundamentals' and 'A Practical Guide to Cyber Security for Small Businesses' as well as contributing author of two 'Managing Cybersecurity Risk' books and 'Conquer The Web' by Legend Business Books. Organizer: Ardian Berisha Date: October 10th, 2018 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find out more about ISO training and certification services Training: https://pecb.com/en/education-and-certification-for-individuals/iso-iec-27032 Webinars: https://pecb.com/webinars Article: https://pecb.com/article Whitepaper: https://pecb.com/whitepaper ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more information about PECB: Website: https://pecb.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pecb/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PECB Google +: https://plus.google.com/+PECBGroup Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PECBInternational/ Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/PECBCERTIFICATION
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http://cybersecurityforbusiness.com/ A complete course and training for small businesses, individuals, web masters and consultants who want to discover how to utilize the power of offering a Cyber Security business to their portfolio. This is a course on how to manage and install various Cyber Security products and services into small businesses. We cover things like Antivirus Software, Malware detection, asset updates and hardware plus software for backing up like NAS servers. All made a simple as possible so you can gain valuable experience in this up and coming field.
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Gives small business owners a glimpse into the resources from NIST, SBA, and the FBI that will help protect them from cyber crime. The video describes computer hacking, denial-of-service, laptop theft, insider abuse, computer viruses, and computer made into bots. It encourages small business owners to define their security needs, establish IT security practices, and stay current. IT security is not only good business, it is essential business!
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With so much of the media highlighting high profile data breaches and cyber attacks, you might be wondering what you can do to protect your small business from hacks and data theft. Attorney Tim LeFebvre gives some tips on what you can do to try and protect your business from unwanted data theft, including crafting a Written Information Security Policy and Cyber Security Insurance. This video features the song “A Long Cold (Sting)” by Riot under a Creative Commons License.
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Are you a Small and Medium-Sized Businesses/ Entrepreneurs looking for where to start in cybersecurity? This webinar's goal is to provide some basic information to get you started on the journey toward understanding what is needed to build an effective cybersecurity program for you or your enterprise. Presenter: Mr. Steven Dillon is a Senior Security Engineer with more than 25 years of experience and specialization in the areas of information security, risk assessment, risk management, certification and accreditation, computer forensics, penetration testing, networking, and software engineering. He currently serves as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in relevant subject fields and has prior experience performing that function in related domains. Having worked both for and with law enforcement including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Views: 974 Covenant Security Solutions, Inc.
http://broadband.nebraska.gov/ Nebraska Broadband Webinar series, "Don't Know...What I Don't Know" explores issues of new technology and their impact on individuals and businesses. Charles Leslie, University of Nebraska -- Lincoln, Educational Media, shares simple steps to improve information security and the importance of the safeguards.
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Learn more about physical and information security convergence, considerations for your start-up or company and how to tackle issues from cloud security to big data, from a panel of experts who spoke at ClearanceJobs' DC Week panel. Topics discussed include legal issues with the cloud, safe data storage, compliance, government regulation, and more.
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Doug Landoll CEO, Lantego “We charged the customer $10K for that? Man, I should go into business for myself and make a mint!” A common lament among many security professionals, but is going into business for yourself all its cracked up to be? This session will introduce attendees to the success potential while exposing the most common and unexpected obstacles and land mines of running your own information security business. See more at: https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us16/agenda/sessions/2282/so-you-want-to-run-your-own-security-business#sthash.uogal18M.dpuf
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You see hacks and data breaches on the news all the time. Target, Yahoo, eBay, and Sony are just some of the major companies where millions of records have been stolen. But those are just the ones that make the news because they affect so many people. Experts say the majority of hacks (75 percent of them) happen at small or medium sized companies. You just don't hear about them. Jim Ambrosini says the average American would be surprised to see the state of cyber security as it exists in most companies. And he would know. As the head of the cyber security practice at CohnReznick Advisory Group, he works with everyone from small doctors' offices to Fortune 500 companies. CohnReznick has its own innovation lab to help clients solve their cyber issues, such as identifying priorities and risks and helping companies fix their most pressing problems. Jim recently worked with a client who got hit with ransomware, so CohnReznick identified that as a high-risk item. Jim has been working in cyber security for decades but says businesses only started taking it seriously in the last few years. It all changed in 2013 with the breach at Target. He says Target was hacked through a vendor, which then got into the HVAC system. Until then, Jim says, no one would've thought about putting an HVAC system on a high-security report. Because it made the news and there were some other high-profile breaches shortly afterward, like Sony and Anthem, it created awareness in the industry. And the industry should be paying attention. Hacking costs consumers and companies as much as $575 billion each year, according to a McAfee study. This year, New York State is taking cyber security pretty seriously too, with new rules effective March 1, 2017, that force financial institutions to have cyber programs, policies, and risk assessment plans in place and to report breaches within 72 hours. But most businesses don't even know when hacks are happening. Jim says that during a recent assessment, CohnReznick found devices, called beacons, sending out information. In this case, a server was sending packets of data over to Korea. The company had no idea. And that is pretty common. Kim Peretti, a partner at law firm Alston & Bird in Washington, D.C., says that on average a company takes 5 months to discover an incident. That has decreased over time, but it's still a long time to go without knowing you have a breach. Kim has also been working in cyber for almost 20 years as an information security professional and a lawyer. She helps companies respond to hacking attacks and cyber security incidents. Kim says investigating cybercrime is a lot like investigating physical crime, with a crime scene that needs to be re-created and understood. In digital investigations, timing is everything. Kim says the digital evidence is fleeting. It can disappear quickly and be overwritten quickly, which makes it much more challenging, in some aspects than physical evidence. And that makes these cases tough to solve, especially because these crimes rarely originate in the United States. Kim says U.S.-based law enforcement investigations can include not just one country, but multiple countries, pursuing a criminal attack. That means trying to work with law enforcement in several countries, gather foreign evidence, identify foreign witnesses, and identify foreign targets. While you don't always hear about the investigations as much as the breaches, they do catch cyber criminals and even recover some of the money. When Kim was at the Department of Justice, investigators were able to recover a million dollars or more in some cases. But for some businesses, especially the smaller to mid-sized ones, it is often too late. Jim says he sees a huge dip in market share and valuation every time a company is hacked. For the small- and medium-sized companies, he says, that can put them out of business. He worked with a private equity company that had a very hard time raising money after it was hacked because of damage to its reputation. Just look at what happened with Yahoo. Last September the company reported that it was hacked in 2014 and said that 500 million users were affected. A few months later, Yahoo reported additional hacks that possibly affected a billion customers. At the time, Verizon was working out a deal to buy Yahoo and ended up offering $350 million less because of the damage the breach had caused. Yahoo survived and is still being acquired, but for smaller companies, a breach can be a death sentence. --ALISON MORRIS
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Implementing cyber security tactics is a necessity for businesses of all types. As the threat and severity of breaches continues to evolve, small business owners must be proactive in their security approach. With that said, secure your operation with a Pennsylvania Cyber Liability policy and heed the following cyber-security advice. Train employees. According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), establish basic security practices and policies for employees, such as requiring strong passwords and establish appropriate Internet use guidelines, that detail penalties for violating company cyber-security policies. Establish rules of behavior describing how to handle and protect customer information and other vital data. Protect your machines. Keep your operating systems, web browsers, and security software current in order to provide the best defense against attacks. Always update when it recommends doing so and run a scan after each one to ensure there are no breaches. Create a mobile device policy. Mobile devices can create significant security and management challenges, especially if they hold confidential information or can access the corporate network. Ensure employees use a password to protect their device, encrypt their data, and use security apps to prevent hackers from accessing their devices while on public networks. Control physical access to computers. Each employee should be assigned their own password to access computers. This way, you can track who is logged on to what computer and control what information is available to them. Monitor payment cards. Ensure your bank implements heavy security practices to mitigate loss on your end if they experience a breach. Read the contracts that are pursuant to your agreements prior to doing business with them. At GMG Insurance Agency, we understand the risks that business owners like you face. We have crafted comprehensive and affordable packages to secure your operations and provide you with peace of mind. For more information about our products and services, contact us today at (855) 407-4450. http://www.gmgins.com/blog/cybersecurity-tips-small-businesses/
Views: 34 GMG Insurance Agency
Is your small business cyber secure? Learn cyber security best practices from John Hey of Trivalent Group, and assess your cyber awareness at www.smallbizbighthreat.com.
Views: 549 Michigan Small Business Development Center
10 Data - Security Measures You Can't Do Without that can be used for a small business. so guys watch and share with your network. and do subscribe the channel for more upcoming videos.
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Did you know that 70% of cyber attacks are made against small businesses? In this video we cover end of support dates for Windows Small Business Server 2003 and 2008, and some network security mistakes you can avoid. We direct you to a blog post with a podcast and notes on network security, as per Henanshu Nigam, leading expert on network security. Here is the link: http://tucu.ca/hemanshu-nigam-network-security-mistakes-avoid/ For more information on small business network security threats and solutions, check out another one of our other blog posts: http://tucu.ca/preventing-small-business-security-issues-2015/ For a free consultation and estimate on small business network security services, please call us at 1-855-558-TUCU or visit http://tucu.ca/free-quote/
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Protecting Against Cyber Attack Human error cited as leading contributor to breaches, Small, mid-sized businesses hit by 62% of all cyber attacks A company’s cyber security is only as strong as its weakest link. “Employee error” turns out to be the most common reason for a data breach at companies, according to a new cyber security report released Wednesday by the Association of Corporate Counsel. This means the breach occurred as the result of a mistake the employee made, such as accidentally sending an email with sensitive information to someone outside the company. Internal attacks are one of the biggest threats facing your data and systems - Protecting Against Cyber Attack - No one is immune. Cyber-attacks threaten organizations daily, and if you’re company is not vigilant it may be besieged by any number of IT attacks, costing time, revenue or loss of trust by your stakeholders. Securing and managing this data is critical for any business and is a fiduciary responsibility for CFOs, CEOs and Boards. Human error accounts for a high percent of the root cause of security breaches, according to a new study from CompTIA, which surveyed individuals from hundreds of companies in the U.S. Asked about the top examples of human error, 42 percent of those surveyed cited "end user failure to follow policies and procedures," another 42 percent cited "general carelessness," 31 percent named "failure to get up to speed on new threats," 29 percent named "lack of expertise with websites/applications," and 26 percent cited "IT staff failure to follow policies and procedures." 50% of all small businesses reported they have been the victim of a cyberattack. The cost of dealing with these attacks has skyrocketed to $20,752.00 per attack, up from $8,699.00 two years ago says the National Small Business Association in its 2014 Year End Economic Report. Understanding the constantly evolving tactics of cyber-criminals can help your team prepare an active security strategy. Data-Tech, a Dell Premier Partner, provides proactive IT support through Dell’s line of SonicWALL security solutions with a guaranteed critical response time to keep your network secure from common cyber-attacks, such as: • Bombarding your networks with malware around the clock • Infecting your networks with different forms of malware • Finding and compromising your weakest networks Let Data-Tech’s proven policies, procedures and experienced technical experts assess the vulnerabilities in your system and help you achieve deeper network security. Cyber-criminals are constantly looking for any vulnerability to exploit in order to introduce potentially catastrophic threats into business networks. Now there’s an avenue that they’re actively pursuing, and with good reason: Encryption. - Learn more at the link below https://www.datatechitp.com/80-of-companies-in-danger-of-cyber-attack-you-wont-believe-what-the-solution-is/
Views: 6241 Data-Tech
http://www.capitalassetmanagement.com (405) 947-2913 Small businesses are increasingly under attack from cyber thieves. Adopting cyber security policies will help keep your company safe from fraud. First, educate employees on using strong passwords, and avoiding suspicious emails, links and downloads. Second, put up a firewall to protect your network by controlling internet traffic flowing in and out of your business. Third, install anti-virus and anti-malware software. Fourth, consistently update all hardware and software for important security fixes. Fifth, secure company smart phones and laptops with encryption software, password protection and remote wiping capabilities. Sixth, back up company data consistently to a secure off-site location. And lastly, create an incident response plan outlining how staff can detect and contain a cyber breach. For more information on how to protect your business and financial accounts from fraud, call us or visit our website today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACX6Kj9ZCSo&index=29&list=PLae81M6H265l2bPvX5VHYYUo4nMrZ5SrG
Views: 87 Douglas Oliver
someone somewhere might be planning on breaking into your business computer system. Maybe they’re after stealing your company data, trade secrets or just trying to get hold of some cash. You're probably thinking... 'You're a marketing agency, why do you care about cyber security!?' Well, the fact is, no matter what we create in terms of websites, data led campaigns or digital marketing, everything must be secure. We've broken this video down into three key areas: - Identifying what is directly at risk, - Identifying the form a threat could take - Providing some general guidance on how you can beef up your businesses security. Enjoy!
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Small businesses face a greater exposure to cyber risks than they ever have. Tim Zeilman, VP of Strategic Products at Hartford Steam Boiler, discusses cyber security issues faced by small and mid-sized businesses. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/3u1s/
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Learn small business cyber security best practices! This presentation is part of the Small Business, Big Threat program. For more information, please visit www.smallbusinessbigthreat.com.
Views: 544 Michigan Small Business Development Center
An expert in cybersecurity and network infrastructure, Nick Espinosa has consulted with clients ranging from small businesses up to the Fortune 100 level. Nick founded Windy City Networks, Inc in 1998 at age 19 and was acquired by BSSi2 LLC in 2013 where he is their CIO. In 2015 Security Fanatics, a Cybersecurity/Cyberwarfare outfit dedicated to designing custom Cyberdefense strategies for medium to enterprise corporations, was launched. A nationally recognized speaker, member of the Forbes Technology Council, regular columnist for Forbes, on the Board of Advisors for both Roosevelt University’s Center for Cyber and Information Security and Bits N’ Bytes Cybersecurity Education, award winning co-author of a bestselling book “Easy Prey”, and host of “The Deep Dive” radio show on 101.3FM WHIW, Nick is known as an industry thought leader and sought after for his advice on the future of technology and how it will impact every day businesses and consumers. An expert in cybersecurity and network infrastructure, Nick Espinosa has consulted with clients ranging from small businesses up to the Fortune 100 level. Nick founded Windy City Networks, Inc in 1998 at age 19 and was acquired by BSSi2 LLC in 2013 where he is their CIO. In 2015 Security Fanatics, a Cybersecurity/Cyberwarfare outfit dedicated to designing custom Cyberdefense strategies for medium to enterprise corporations, was launched. A nationally recognized speaker, member of the Forbes Technology Council, regular columnist for Forbes, on the Board of Advisors for both Roosevelt University’s Center for Cyber and Information Security and Bits N’ Bytes Cybersecurity Education, award winning co-author of a bestselling book “Easy Prey”, and host of “The Deep Dive” radio show on 101.3FM WHIW, Nick is known as an industry thought leader and sought after for his advice on the future of technology and how it will impact every day businesses and consumers. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Rachael Falk, Telstra’s General Manager, Cyber Influence, discusses the importance of mobile device security for small business, especially as the amount of valuable information shared on these devices increases.
Views: 257 Telstra
High-profile cyber attacks on companies such as Sony and Zappos have generated national headlines and have raised awareness of the growing threat of cyber crime. Recent surveys conducted by the Small Business Authority, Symantec and the National Cybersecurity Alliance suggest that many small business owners are still operating under a false sense of cyber security. Check out this video and our blog at http://www.ECBM.com for more information
Views: 441 ECBM Insurance Brokers & Consultants
If you have a business where you employ staff - you will need to think about data security. This video gives a brief introduction to the major areas - if you would like more information - feel free to comment or call or email us.
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: David Coventry, Executive Director, Telstra Business discusses five simple ways small business owners can educate their staff about information security risks.
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Did you know that 60% of small business cyber victims close within 6 months of an attack? Get the facts and solutions you need with Protection 1's downloadable resources. http://bit.ly/2cehd8c
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for more visit http://www.kispertgroup.com/ http://asba.org Cyber Security a Growing Threat to Small Business. Cyber Security Consultant and President of Kispert Group Karl Kispert discusses how Small Businesses should be protecting themselves from hackers.
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www.enlightek.com - Network security for small business is becoming increasingly complex, as new Internet threats appear daily. Achieving effective network security for small business requires a solution that's designed to fit your needs today and can adapt to tomorrow's security threats.
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Small businesses are easier targets for cyber attacks than large corporations because they usually do not have the resources to invest in a complex defense system. Ethan Steiger, Domino’s vice president of information security, stresses the importance of investing in cybersecurity, since the impact of a breach will be much larger on a small business. Different types of risks need to be addressed differently, and an assessment must be done before purchasing any protection plans. “The companies who think about this before, are the companies who survive,” he says; if it happens, the best mitigation is a “graceful failure.” Full session from the Small Business Experience at Retail's BIG Show 2017, http://nrf.com/bigshow
Views: 200 National Retail Federation
Ramon Ray discusses getting started with small business cybersecurity with the CEO of the National Cyber Security Alliance at NASDAQ MarketSite. Read more: https://smallbiztrends.com/2017/11/getting-started-with-small-business-cybersecurity.html
Views: 2356 Small Business Trends
Last year, the number of global cyberattacks skyrocketed - up 48% from 2013. With all the talk of giant corporations being attacked, it's important to remember that local small business owners need to be prepared, too. But how will they protect their business? Dr. Karmaveer Koonjbearry, Associate Professor at DeVry University, joins us to share some insights.
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Please join V-WISE graduate +Tarena Muhammad as she discusses cyber security and how it pertains to your small business. Come prepared with questions or post them on the event page and we will make sure they are addressed. Tarena Muhammad is an Air Force veteran with more than 13 years' experience in information technology and security. A graduate of the V-WISE Chicago 2013 class, Tarena has utilized the skills from the program to develop and run her own cybersecurity policy management and training firm as well as a digital business development firm. Her goal is to spread cybersecurity awareness to the SMB collective and provide in-depth, cost-effective solutions and resources that help SMB owners maintain an effective security posture, keeping their businesses interests and customers secure. This webinar is designed to provide a foundational understanding of the top cybersecurity concerns and trends for small and medium-sized businesses today. Topics include understanding cyber threats and how hackers steal data, investing in security solutions, website and mobile vulnerabilities, how to identify a security breach, and recommendations for an effective security program.
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Today's businesses rely on technology to succeed. Unfortunately with the increased conveniences of technology, comes increased risk. Watch our video to learn how to protect your small business from a cyber attack.
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Click the Link for More Information http://gbhjurl.com/onlinesecurity - Small Business Cyber Security Consulting Small Business Cyber Security Consulting Many computer threats are aimed at getting your personal information. So, keep it safe! Don't easily give away your name, email, phone, and address to any website. Don't store credit card and other sensitive information on your computer. If you do have to store sensitive personal info on your computer, don't name a file as your credit cards (ie: "credit card numbers.xls") and save it in a shared folder. You should encrypt your files with a password if you store sensitive information. Overall, be mindful of protecting your personal data. If you own a laptop that you keep valuable information on, purchase a lock for it, even though you think it may be safe to leave it inside your car for a moment that is leaving yourself open to theft of your personal information. #Searches related to cyber security companies #top cyber security companies #cyber security companies list #publicly traded cyber security companies #best cyber security companies #largest cyber security companies #cyber security jobs #cyber security companies stock #leading cyber security companies #Searches related to network security companies #network security companies list #firewall companies #network security business #computer security companies #network security companies stock #wireless security companies #top software security companies #top 10 cyber security companies #small business cyber security consulting #Small and Midsize Business Cyber Security FireEye #Small Business IT Security Cyber Security Network Security #A cybersecurity business gold mine Small businesses https://youtu.be/X-p3Xuz2ka0
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How secure is your company’s sensitive data? A Plymouth company official is helping others understand the unseen threats that could ruin a company According to the U.S. National Cyber Security Alliance, 60 percent of small companies go out of business within six months of a cyber attack. At Plymouth based Seacole, the sensitive nature of this specialty chemical manufacturing company is visible in its warehouse. There, thousands of gallons of chemicals sit at the ready for different business clients "We do liquids and powders from two ounce bottles up to bulk tankers," said Seacole Chief Financial Officer John Bell as he described products in the warehouse. "In this one, specifically, we have a cleaner that we manufacture and that's used for industrial cleaning applications." When officials with the Department of Homeland Security visited Seacole two years ago, they informed Bell his small company needed a cyber security plan and a site security plan, and it was Bell's job to figure out how to do that. It's natural to assume a cyber security plan might come down to hardware or software changes, but Bell discovered protecting his business goes way beyond installing a firewall and antivirus software. At a recent business expo in Rogers, Bell shared his key message that it's educating and training each employee about cyber threats that makes the biggest difference. "We can put all the locks on the doors, we can put in the fanciest computer systems, but if your employees aren't aware, they can unlock every lock you put on the door and expose your data to the threats," said Bell. Employee cyber training paid off last week at Seacole when chemist Megan Drennan got an email from a client that seemed off. "It looked like something this person would send, however, it was a different type of attachment, it wasn't a PDF, it wasn't a Word [document], it was like a website link, so that was kind of weird, and it was more wordy than the person typically is," said Drennan. She didn't open the attachment, and Seacole later discovered that business client had been hacked. "It's ever evolving, criminal cyber activity is an ever changing landscape," said Bell. That truth means businesses can't stop a cyber attack, but a company can minimize its risk. "You really have to train your employees to be aware," said Bell. Alexandra Renslo reporting http://www.ccxmedia.org Learn about our mobile app - http://bit.ly/ccxmedia http://twitter.com/ccxsports http://twitter.com/ccxnews https://www.facebook.com/ccxmedia.org/ CCX Media is on Comcast xfinity and CenturyLink prism in the Northwest Suburbs of Minneapolis and includes the cities Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Golden Valley, Maple Grove, New Hope, Osseo, Plymouth and Robbinsdale.
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Watch this video to learn some cybersecurity basics and learn how to put them into practice in your small business. ------------------------ [MUSIC PLAYING] Cyber criminals attack companies of all sizes. To reduce your risk, know and practice some cybersecurity basics. Start with your devices. Use strong passwords for all your devices-- at least 12 characters with a mix of numbers, symbols, and both capital and lower-case letters. And set all your software to update automatically. This includes apps, web browsers, and operating systems. Next, backup your important files offline, like in the cloud or on an external hard drive. If your devices contain sensitive personal information, make sure they're encrypted. And require multi-factor authentication to access areas of your network with sensitive information. This could be a temporary code on a smartphone or a key that's inserted into a computer. Also, think about how you connect to the network. Secure your router by changing its default name and password, turning off remote management, and then logging out as the administrator. Make sure your router is using WPA2 or WPA3 encryption, which protects information sent over your network so it can't be read by outsiders. Cybersecurity should be part of your business routine. Talk about cyber basics with your staff, and have a plan in case you are attacked. Learn more FTC.gov/smallbusiness. ------------------------ The Federal Trade Commission deals with issues that touch the economic life of every American. It is the only federal agency with both consumer protection and competition jurisdiction in broad sectors of the economy. The FTC pursues vigorous and effective law enforcement; advances consumers' interests by sharing its expertise with federal and state legislatures and U.S. and international government agencies; develops policy and research tools through hearings, workshops, and conferences; and creates practical and plain-language educational programs for consumers and businesses in a global marketplace with constantly changing technologies. Comment Moderation Policy We welcome your comments and thoughts about the information on this page. If you do have something to say, please be courteous and respectful to other commenters. We won't routinely review any comments before they are posted (except for ones that contain urls and profanity), but we will delete any comments that: 1) contain spam or are off-topic 2) use vulgar language or offensive terms that target specific groups or contain personal attacks 3) are sales pitches or promotions 4) have urls or links to commercial sites 4) spread clearly misleading or false information or 5) include personal information, like home addresses
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Small and medium-sized businesses (SMB's) remain a prime target for cyber criminals. Because of that, cyber insurance has become a popular topic recently among the SMB community. When should a small business get a separate cyber insurance policy? What should SMB's look for in a cyber insurance policy? Join our panel of experts to learn more about this developing topic. Visit staysafeonline.org for more information Confirmed Speakers Moderated by Daniel Eliot, Director, Small Business Programs National Cyber Security Alliance Sara Robben, Statistical Advisor National Association of Insurance Commissioners Angela Gleason, Senior Counsel American Insurance Association
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