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4 benefits of creating a business continuity plan

From cybersecurity incidents to natural disasters to losing a key staff member, you need a solid business continuity plan in place to protect your business during times of crisis. Here are 4 more ways that creating a business continuity plan can help your business.
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What's the difference between disaster recovery and business continuity?

Your business faces challenges at every turn, from cybersecurity threats to natural disasters. The worst thing you can do is not have a plan for what to do if disaster strikes. The best thing you can do is be prepared with both a disaster recovery plan and a business continuity plan.
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Data backups: What to do and where to start

With growing risks in cybersecurity looming around every corner, businesses are becoming more aware of their need to have protective measures in place for securing their business data.
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3 Common Hacking Methods You Need to Know

In order to protect yourself and your company, you need to know common hacking methods and learn how to avoid them.
Data encryption is critical for securing business data.

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3 Key Components of Data Protection in the Cloud

Sensitive information stored in the cloud is just as much at risk of theft if not properly protected.
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SEC Cybersecurity Disclosures are Coming for Your Business

No matter how damaging the breach may be from a monetary standpoint, another hidden risk of a cybersecurity breach is reputational.
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A Simple BDR Plan

Having a data backup and recovery strategy and plan in place in the event of data loss, in any form, is vital to the survival of most companies.
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Why You Should Limit Privileges

In the world of cybersecurity, there’s a concept called the principle of least privilege.
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Data Security is Not Just a C-Level Concern

More than 60% of data breaches are the direct cause of human error.