The risks of cybersecurity tend to bring additional burden to everyday processes. Protecting company data, networks and information means every door needs to have a lock on it. The mistake that a lot of SMB’s make is the assumption that a tool designed for today’s attacks will work for the future; which can leave them vulnerable to damaging threats to their data.
There’s a lot to like about the Mitel MiVoice 6900 IP phone series. If you operate like many of us do, you’re more mobile in your day-to-day operations. Not only is it an IP phone which offers a number of features and benefits all on its own, but having the flexibility to integrate both the desk phone and the mobile phone gives communications with customers and colleagues a boost -- without skipping a beat.
High-profile security breaches in the news have large companies panicking about the state of their cyber security policies for fear of losing investors, customers, and revenue. But just because attacks against small businesses aren’t in the news doesn’t mean there’s nothing to fear: a 2016 report by Symantec revealed that 43% of cyber attacks targeted small businesses. Even if you don’t have the resources for enterprise-level security solutions, there are still a range of things you can do to mitigate your risk of an attack.
Data security is a hot-button issue, and companies are rushing to find security solutions to minimize risk of an attack or breach. But while equipping offices and computers with security software is a key aspect of a strong security policy, human error is the much larger liability. In this post, we’ll go over three areas to focus on in your company in order to ensure your communications are secure.