With the increasing number of security threats faced by businesses everywhere, most business owners have adopted some form of security measures in an effort to keep their companies secure. But, how do you know the measures you’ve implemented are actually keeping your systems safe? Here are five ways to tell if your security measures aren’t sufficient.
"Information security is an essential consideration for all IT organizations around the world. In addition to the prevalence of information technology, the complexity of delivering access to services from a growing number of devices, platforms, and places than ever before forces information security to be a paramount matter. Multi-device access benefits your users, especially with the consumerization of IT, but broader access represents another potential attack surface.
With the release of the new iPhone 6 and 6 plus, a lot of people will be upgrading and selling their phones. However, you most likely have a number of apps that contain personal information. To protect yourself you should de-authenticate apps before getting rid of your current device.
The odds that your business will be targeted for a sales tax audit is probably greater than you realize. To make up for budget shortfalls, states are increasing the number of auditors on their payroll and the frequency and volume of audits. Should you find yourself facing an audit, the best offense is a good defense.
When it comes to the technology in your business, it can often be a challenge to keep it running smoothly and working effectively. Many small business owners simply can’t keep up and their business can suffer as a result. To avoid this, one of the smartest things you can do is outsource your IT to a Managed Service Provider (MSP).