Here is WHY you Should Apply for The Florida Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program – And It’s Not Too Late!
Executive Summary Florida has allocated $30 million for cybersecurity funding to equip local governments with cybersecurity capabilities. What is Funded: All applications are eligible for access and incident response support from the State Cybersecurity Operations Center (SCOC) – this is significant (described below) and worth filling out the form if only for this capability. Next […]
As a business owner, it’s up to you to stay compliant and protect your precious data, but it’s a responsibility that nobody should shoulder alone. Here are six things you can do to be in compliance.
Running a successful business is hard work, and at the end of the day, the last thing you want to be worrying about is noncompliance.
Businesses are required to maintain compliance with regulations that are constantly changing or risk being penalized with costly fines or worse.
A disaster recovery plan (DRP) is the best place to start because it ensures you’ll have access to everything you need to continue to conduct business in the event that something happens
With daily operations interrupted in a way we’ve never seen before, you need to know how to keep your organization’s data and devices protected while your workforce goes remote.
According to IBM, the average cost of a data breach is 3.9 million dollars, so although it may not seem like a top priority, having a plan in place can make a difference in the survival of your business.
If you’re still struggling with the day-to-day aspects of business, we suggest you read on to learn four lessons companies can take away from the COVID-19 situation.
Having good strong passwords in your environment is one of the first important steps for good security. For any hack to happen they need to get access and the first line of defense is your passwords.
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a way to require two or more steps from more than one device to confirm you are allowed into a system.