Don’t Get Hacked: What Every Executive Should Know About Data Security
Thanks to content management systems and numerous online tools, it has never been easier for even the smallest businesses and firms to create ecommerce stores and to collect data from customers to create more effective marketing campaigns and better-personalized shopping experiences for returning customers. Unfortunately, these new features and online services have come with new potentials for data security breaches.
Those potential risks for your data’s security not only put your business at risk, but they also put your customers data at risk and could have a negative affect on your business. This paper, written for non-technical people will introduce you to the key concepts of data security.
Website Security: Understanding the Challenges Modern Businesses Face
Website security - it's an enormous issue. Businesses and organizations in every industry are at risk of hacking, spear-phishing, DDoS attacks and more. Moreover, size is no guarantee of protection. Small businesses are just as likely to be targeted by hackers as large firms are.
The only true defense here is a smart approach to website security and implementing practices that will make your business a less appealing target. Of course, it is also essential that you understand the threats out there today -
As cloud computing implementation failures skyrocket, it becomes imperative that business owners, CEOs, IT leaders and decision makers view this technology in a different light.
Cloud computing promises faster, better, cheaper results, but costly mistakes and a lack of understanding in critical areas often mean that implementations fail within small and medium businesses. The issue at hand begins with proper implementation, but goes much deeper.