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Mark Jennings

Mark Jennings is SymQuest’s Area Vice President of IT Sales. Jennings works with SymQuest’s sales and service teams to educate customers on current best practices around data protection, disaster recovery, security, and overall technology planning.
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8 Steps to Implement a Cyber Security Awareness Training Program at Your Company

Posted by Mark Jennings - August 02, 2019 - security

For modern businesses, cybersecurity is a serious issue. In the next two years alone, it’s expected that damage related to cybercrime will hit $6 trillion annually. It’s because of this jarring statistic that when protecting your organization’s digital assets, teaching your employees cybersecurity best practices should be at the top of your priority list.

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The 4 Cyber Security Training Tactics Your Company Needs

Posted by Mark Jennings - May 15, 2019 - IT Security

Your company’s biggest cyber security vulnerability has nothing to do with your network or your equipment — it’s your own employees.

No, we’re not talking about a member of your team purposefully doing something malicious to undermine your IT security. But employees don’t always show up knowing how to defend your business from outside cyber attacks. Your team is your business’s last line of defense, and yet many people don’t have the cyber security skills they need. From phishing scams to social engineering to web browsing, employees need to be trained on cyber security best practices to protect your company.

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3 Reasons You Haven’t Adopted Multi-Factor Authentication (and How to Overcome Them)

Posted by Mark Jennings - April 29, 2019 - MFA

Cybersecurity has become one of the primary concerns for modern-day businesses - and for good reason. By the end of 2019, it’s expected that cybercrime will cost companies over $2 trillion annually in data breaches, downtime, and loss of mission-critical systems. It’s no wonder why organizations are investing more of their time and resources into securing their digital assets.

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