Identifying and utilizing cybersecurity best practices is infinitely more complicated than it was a few years ago. Between constant patch updates, attacks that have never been seen before, and new compliance mandates, there’s a lot to balance while managing security operations. So, how can you ensure that your company is keeping up with the latest in cybersecurity best practices?
Now that most of the healthcare industry is utilizing electronic health records (EHRs), it has made it easier than ever for patients and providers to capture, analyze, interpret, and share health data. The importance of electronic data in healthcare also means that the prevention of data security breaches in healthcare has never been so important.
In this blog post, we'll discuss how you can protect your healthcare organization against a breach of your sensitive patient data.
In this feature article for MIS Training Institute (MISTI), Cybermaxx’s Jason Riddle weighs in on the topic of how to manage your small-to-medium business IT strategy on a limited budget, specifically focusing on the advantages of working alongside a managed security services provider (MSSP).
With cybercrime damage costs expected to hit a staggering $6 trillion annually by 2021, it's more important than ever to make sure you're taking the appropriate preventative measures to avoid a data breach.
If your organization is to succeed where the threat of a cyber attack looms constantly, consider these five tips to ensure you're adequately prepared.
With unfilled cybersecurity jobs expected to reach 3.5 million and cybersecurity spending predicted to exceed $1 trillion by 2021, it's no surprise that security leaders are heavily weighing whether or not a managed security service provider would help them increase compliance, eliminate talent shortages, save budget, and most importantly, reduce risk of detrimental cyber attacks.
With cybersecurity attacks and costly data breaches on the rise, and a wide range of industries being targeted, companies of all sizes should be preparing for the worst. Just as we prepare for a natural disaster, companies should prepare for a cybersecurity disaster, and in both instances, proper planning, preparation and practicing potential scenarios is key.