What’s the smartest way to choose a server for your Las Vegas business? As cloud computing transforms the functions of data centers and computer networking companies, it’s more important than ever to find a server solution based on your particular needs.
Using two-factor authentication to log in to your system is stronger than using a password alone. It’s a proven way to make the computer network of businesses across Las Vegas more secure. But if that second factor is sent via text message, it could lead to a costly data breach.
Tax Professionals: 12 Ways to Protect Your Computer Network with a Managed IT Support Services Provider
In 2013, when a CPA firm’s clients started receiving audit letters from the IRS, the firm discovered that their computer system had been breached by hackers. Cyber thieves had used remote access software to break into the firm's computer network, crack the password protection, and file more than 400 fraudulent tax returns using stolen client data.
Four out of five cybersecurity incidents occur because of human error, according to a new report by computer security firm Kaspersky. That means that the people you work with may represent one of your biggest IT security threats.
Nearly 3 out of 4 companies have suffered internal information security incidents, and the stakes are high.
In April, a cyber attack on a Nevada healthcare provider gave computer hackers access to the confidential data of more than 11,000 individuals1. This was not an isolated incident. Healthcare providers, health plans and business associates report a new data breach somewhere in the nation every 36 hours.
Think your company is saving money by managing your own computer network? Think again.
Global virus outbreaks such as WannaCry and Petya are now targeting everything from Las Vegas casinos to law offices and even hospitals. Even a single flaw in your computer network security can put your company at risk.