IT Security Tips for Small Business
Because IT and cybersecurity are such an IMPORTANT issue, we are promoting a series of IT security articles with useful tips to show you and your employees how to significantly improve your protection from being a victim of cybercrime. Every business must make certain their employees are clear on how to appropriately use, handle and protect company data and devices.
Every time we focus on one simple, specific action you can take to avoid a potential data breach.
Browse the blog posts below for useful tips and information.
IT and Cybersecurity Tips Blog Archive
The Economic Development Authority on July 10 formally rolled out an expansion of the Angel Investor Tax Credit program, an economic incentive aimed at enticing investors to back technology startups considering locations in New Jersey. The previous scheme provided a...read more
With the reporting on cybersecurity events such as city-wide ransomware events or massive data breaches making the 6 o’clock news, the dark web has been thrust into the spotlight. But what exactly is the dark web? Is it part of the Internet with the lights off? Is it...read more
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will establish a new Institute for Data Science, focusing on cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and development in all areas pertinent to digital data. The institute will bring existing research centers in big data,...read more
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka and New Jersey Institute of Technology President Joel Bloom used the occasion of the June 26 New Jersey Alliance for Action Inaugural Statewide 5G Construction/Smart Cities Conference to tout the technology infrastructure that wires the...read more
The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) is the Nation’s flagship cyber defense, incident response, and operational integration center. Its mission is to reduce the Nation’s risk of systemic cybersecurity and communications challenges....read more
According to the survey, 97 percent of state residents live in a household with access to the internet. The post Rutgers-Eaglton/FDU Poll: little evidence of a digital divide in New Jersey appeared first on NJBIZ.read more
Richard Veldran, former chief financial officer for Dun & Bradstreet, began the ceremony with a keynote address detailing his involvement with taking the company private in February and noting the â€œtremendous lengths of innovation and technology...read more
Quest Diagnostics, the New Jersey-based blood testing providers in the country, filed a report with securities regulators, specifying that nearly 12 million of its customers may have had medical, financial, and personal information (inlcuding Social Security numbers)...read more
Cybersecurity engineers and analysts have been identified as being on the Shortage Occupation List (SOL), in the first full review of officially recognized careers where the shortages “are most severe and where the consequences of those shortages are most serious”...read more
Mimecast has released its third annual State of Email Security Report and has found that phishing attacks have lost companies money, data and customers. Including insights from 1,025 global IT decision-makers, the report found that social engineering attacks were on...read more
Flipboard has reset all customer passwords as a precaution after revealing that hackers had unauthorized access to user data for over nine months. The news aggregator site, which has around 150 million monthly users, said the “unauthorized person” gained access to...read more
Cryptopia, an exchange that was hacked and subsequently went into liquidation in May, has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States. Grant Thornton will be handling the preservation of the data stored and hosted on servers with an Arizona-based firm,...read more