Insider threats have become increasingly common in the healthcare industry and pose a major risk for any business operating in this space. To protect your healthcare organization and its valuable assets, it is essential to understand how these threats work and what steps you can take to mitigate them.
While many users were looking forward to Windows 11 before its release in October 2021, many of them haven't installed or migrated to the new operating system (OS). One possible reason for the slow adoption of the OS is that Microsoft has made it mandatory for devices to have Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chips.
In 2017, WannaCry and Petya ransomware infected hundreds of thousands of Windows computers around the world. If you're a Mac user, you may be thinking "I'm safe from ransomware attacks." Unfortunately, that's not the case. Here are some security best practices to prevent ransomware attacks on your Mac.
Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly common, and as a business owner, you need to deploy strong defenses if you want to protect sensitive data. Many companies rely on antivirus software and firewalls, but those solutions are no longer enough. A cutting-edge identity and access management (IAM) solution is essential for protecting your digital assets from hackers, rogue employees, and weak passwords.
As we all know, protected health information (PHI) is some of the most sensitive information there is, and it's crucial that steps are taken to keep it safe from prying eyes. In this blog post, we'll take a look at some of the best ways to secure PHI from cybercrime.
Hackers are becoming more and more sophisticated, and it is more important than ever to take steps to protect yourself online. These steps include visiting websites that use HTTPS. Read on to find out what HTTPS is, why it is important, and how you can make sure that you are always browsing securely.
In the past few years, ransomware has become one of the most widespread and dangerous forms of malware. This type of malicious software can infect your computer, smartphone, or tablet, and hold your data hostage until you pay a ransom. If you're not careful, your Android device could be infected with ransomware and your business could suffer from data loss or other crippling problems.
Microsoft Teams is a powerful tool that can help your workplace run more smoothly. However, with great power comes great potential security risks. In this blog post, we will discuss the three best tips on how to secure Microsoft Teams.
Utilize built-in security features
The most dependable approach to securing Microsoft Teams is through governance restrictions.
Choosing the right software and services is critical to your business’s success. And when it comes to cloud-based tools and services, Microsoft 365 is one of the best, as it offers powerful features and cost-saving benefits. But as with any technology, Microsoft 365 comes with security challenges.
Windows 11 made a lot of buzz not just because of its new features but also because of its hardware requirements. For one, it requires supported devices to have Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chips, otherwise, the new OS cannot be installed. In comparison, Windows 10 ran on TPM 1.2. If your business uses computers and other devices that do not have the appropriate chips, then you may be considering ways to bypass Windows 11’s minimum requirements.