A zero-trust system, as well as other mitigation measures, can also lower cyber-insurance premiums.
There are many ways to prevent cybercrime—including tools, resources, best practices, and policies—that will help mitigate risks, experts point out.
Though cybercrime isn’t always in the news, it’s a significant problem and getting worse.
The second and third paths of cybercrime attacks noted by Greg Gatzke, president of ZAG Technical Services, involve ransomware—one by encryption and the other through the release of confidential information.
While much has been written about this highly charged matter of cybersecurity, our feature attempts to bring clarity to the issues that make punching keys on a computer so important.
Risks of fraud lurk around businesses of all types and sizes, according to Greg Gatzke, president of ZAG Technical Services, Inc., a San Jose, CA-based IT consulting firm and managed services provider.
Data breaches no longer are so far flung and rare that they only happen to somebody else.
An article in Industry Week asks whether the war in Ukraine will increase the number of Russian cyberattacks on American companies. The answer is yes.
In this article we’ll discuss scams called business email compromise or BEC scams, and identify best practices to help you and your business partners avoid similar misadventures.
When a disaster strikes your business, what are the steps you take to stay operational? How do you communicate with your employees? What do you need to do to recover and get things back up and running? How do you keep producing?