Las Vegas is the number-one worst city in America for ransomware attacks, according to a report by Malwarebytes. The FBI urges victims of ransomware attacks to report all infections, large or small. But if your business has been targeted, you might not be legally required to make a report.
Only 26% of companies attempting to execute a Bring Your Own Device strategy actually succeed, according to a VMware survey. One of the biggest mistakes many companies make is rolling out a company-wide BYOD policy too soon, without testing it first. Instead, cyber security companies in Las Vegas recommend following a multilayered strategy for success.
Managed application services comprised a $2 billion market in 2017, and that is set to grow to $5.5 billion within the next four years, according to Fox 5 Las Vegas. Just as managed IT services can free up your internal IT resources to focus on mission-critical initiatives, a Managed Application Service Provider (MASP) can reduce the operating costs of your business.
Next month, HIPAA cyber security best practices will be a hot topic in Las Vegas at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference. One of the biggest questions likely to be asked is: what should you do in the event of a cyber attack?
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR), your organization should follow this HIPAA cyber security checklist:
1. Execute your response and mitigation procedures.
At least 87% of companies expect employees to use their own personal devices in the workplace, according to a Syntonic study. But that brings up a crucial question: is your company legally required to compensate employees if they bring their own device into work?
Several states, including California and Massachusetts, have labor laws requiring employers to reimburse employees for the business use of personal devices.
In Las Vegas last year, Dell EMC’s chief marketing officer Jeremy Burton said that IT “is about to undergo its biggest transformation over the next few years."
Successful IT transformation involves modernizing, automating, and transforming your infrastructure to simplify your approach to IT. That makes your business more agile and helps you meet customer demands faster than your competition.