A virtual chief information officer, or vCIO, is perhaps one of the best tools in your IT security arsenal. Read on to find out what a vCIO is, what they offer, and how to choose one for your company.
Do you know how many things fall under the "IT security" umbrella? More importantly, do you know what role each one plays in defending your devices, data, and company overall? Today we're taking a peek under that umbrella to find out how many types of IT security exist and why they matter.
When it comes to protecting your company, there are two important terms to know: IT security and cybersecurity. However, it's not always obvious if these terms mean the same thing or if they represent two totally different approaches. Today we'll clear up this technological ambiguity by exploring the difference between IT security and cybersecurity!
IT security is a tricky term, simply because it can refer to so many different things. However, to effectively protect your business, data, users, and customers, it's important to understand all those things--and know how to put them to use. Here's a look at what we mean when we say "IT security!"
Now that working from home has become the norm for many teams, everyone seems to be settling into a sense of security--but are they blind to the real threats? Here's what you need to know about IT security for remote workers.
IT security is like a puzzle: Without all the pieces, you won't be able to see the full picture. That's why we're here to show you the ins and outs of three crucial types of IT security, how they fit together, and how they can benefit your business.
If you hear the word "audit" and want to lock yourself in your office, you're not alone. That's why we're breaking down one of the most important audits your company will face--an IT security audit--and exploring why it's a breath of fresh air for your business.
There are so many types of security that it can be challenging to keep up with everyone. Print, data, device, information--all need to be protected, and all come with their own unique challenges and vulnerabilities. One question many companies have is how these types of security are different--for example, IT security vs. information security. Here's a closer look to help you know exactly what you're protecting!
When considering all the IT security tools, solutions, and procedures at your disposal, you may not realize that your most significant advantage could be sitting just a few feet away. That's right--employees are a huge part of IT security, and here's why (and how you can give them an active role in protecting data).
If you're wondering what a good IT security plan looks like or how to create one, you've come to the right place. Here are three things your IT security plan can't live without.