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4 Email Security Best Practices Every Employee Needs to Know

Posted by Mark Jennings - August 27, 2018 - IT Security

Most organizations today recognize the importance of developing secure business systems and networks to protect their digital assets from malicious outside sources. By 2021, cybercrimes are expected to cause $6 trillion in damages annually, and businesses are wise to take seriously how this growing trend can impact their futures.

However, while companies invest in cybersecurity protection solutions to combat these unknown external forces, many businesses neglect to notice one of their most significant data security vulnerabilities - their own employees.

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How to Manage Security for BYOD Employees

Posted by Mark Jennings - August 10, 2018 - IT Security

Modern workplace environments have changed considerably over the last few years. Today, companies are desperately striving to create flexible and inviting office settings for their employees with the ultimate goal of improving job satisfaction and increasing staff retention rates. One of the ways employers can do this is by incorporating a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy in their organization.

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5 Cyber Security Skills All Employees Need to Have

Posted by Mark Jennings - August 07, 2018 - IT Security

Cyber security threats come from everywhere, and with the growing number of connected devices, companies and individuals need to be more vigilant than ever. 

It’s not enough to simply rely on your IT team or your anti-virus software to protect your company from attack. Employees at every level of an organization need to be aware that they are, in fact, a potential target for a would-be attacker—but they also have the power to head off threats by following a few simple best practices.

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