It’s said often that the matter of experiencing a cyberattack is “when,” not “if.” How can your company begin to prepare itself for something that can adversely affect it? According to CompTIA’s article, an Incident Response Plan (IRP), can help you think ahead and have a plan in place when an incident occurs. Read on to learn more about preparing and protecting your company from current and future threats.
Oh my, the sky is falling and SAP says ECC support is due to expire in 2025(See the note: 1648480). While no one, including the big wigs in Waldorf, can say with certainty that these dates will hold true without dire warnings and the fear that support will end in 2025 then how can they spur reluctant companies to convert to Hana?
As the saying goes “the only constant thing in life is change”. We change our shoes, our jobs, even our relationships. In business knowing when is the right time for change, and how much change is the secret to strategic planning.
Recently, the Department of Defense (DoD) released CMMC v2.0. This new version streamlined the original v1.0 from 5 levels down to 3, and walked back the third party audit requirements to exclude all companies at Level 1 and some companies at Level 2. Companies no longer have to be fully compliant at the time of the contract, and v2.0 brings back Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&Ms) to address any deficiencies.For more information about v2.0 check out our website here.
Becoming CMMC compliant can seem like an almost impossible task for many organizations. With 110 or more different controls to implement, how is an organization supposed to implement them all, gather evidence of compliance, and most importantly stay compliant with every control? Not to mention the exorbitant price tag to go with it…
It is commonly said that employees are the “weak link” in your company’s cybersecurity plan. What if this was different, and they are actually a strong defense against cyberattacks? Read on to learn how to help your workers recognize and prevent a cyberattack, and to become security advocates for your company.
A number of trends are expected to continue, as well as new ones to develop, in the coming year. These trends will introduce opportunities along with challenges in the IT industry. Read on to learn about how these movements in the industry affect its four pillars of operations, infrastructure, cybersecurity, and data.
Omnichannel has rapidly gained popularity as a trend, with more and more companies choosing it to manage their customer experience. According to a CompTIA article, companies that use the strongest omnichannel customer engagement strategies retain almost 90% of their customers. Those responding to the CompTIA survey indicate that they have moved to an omnichannel approach to customer engagement in the last few years. A majority of companies in the overall economy report customer experience as being even more important than the product or service sold. So, how does omnichannel change the customer experience?
Unified Communications, or UC, is an Internet-based way to bring together your company’s communications–telephony, web conferencing, email and more. With its benefits, it requires a reliable and secure network to keep your employees connected and productive. Read on to learn about Unified Communications and what you need to do to prepare.
With the amount of data being generated by businesses the world over, every single day, securing this data is vital. While Government, Industry and other regulations offer compliance to standards, information security reduces business risks related to cybercrime, ransomware and other interruptions resulting in data loss.