Latest Ransomware Attack

In one of the latest ransomware attacks, the software company Kaseya was hit by a July 4th, 2021 holiday weekend ransomware attack.  As many as 1,500 of their small business customers were compromised.   The ransomware attackers, believed to be Russian-backed, demanded $70 million to end the attack while Kaseya worked hard to restore service without paying their demands.

The Right Security Cameras for Your Business

Every Business Owner Needs Eyes On Their Business, And Choosing The Right Security Cameras for Your Business is important.  Here are a few questions to ask yourself about your security.
If you were struggling to put a stop to a string of small thefts that quickly added up over the course of weeks and months what would you do?

What would you do if you had a customer who claimed an injury due to negligence on your business’s part – but your employees denied anything happened?

What would you do if you had an employee who never seemed to get as much work done as your other employees – and you couldn’t understand why?

If you had security cameras for your business, the answer to all three of these dilemmas would be the same: Check the tape! On-site security cameras can offer a wide array of benefits to your business, including increased employee productivity, a safer work environment, reduced product losses, and more.

How Cyber Security Threats Can Make or Break Your Business

If you run a small- or medium-sized business, you may assume that cyber security threats and attacks only impact large, international companies. But if you think that, you’re wrong.

Hackers and other cyber criminals attack small businesses even more than large ones since they seldom have the kind of security measures in place that larger businesses do.

Can Ransomware Be Removed?

Criminals have been thinking up ways to leverage the internet for nefarious purposes since its earliest years. Black markets, identify theft, and malware have become ever-present threats. Cybercriminals make an estimated $1.5 trillion each year. And of that massive sum, $11.5 billion is skimmed from businesses and individuals through ransomware.