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Topics: EDTS Cyber
If a client has contacted you about a suspicious email sent from your account, take action immediately. It may be a warning signal that a hacker has not only gained access to your email account, but to your company's network as well.Read More
According to research commissioned by IBM, the ideal spend on Cyber Security is 9.8 to 13.7% of your I.T. budget.  This percentage is estimated to grow along with the increased integration of security into all facets of I.T. infrastructure.Read More
EDTS Cyber has the immense privilege and responsibility of working closely with federally regulated industries as a third party auditor and Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP).
The legal industry shares many characteristics with federally audited industries like medical and financial, not the least of which are:
According to research by Sophos, 32% of people advising others on cyber security matters fail to recognize today's basic threats.
With the growing national attention on cyber security, it's no surprise that opportunists are flocking to capitalize on fresh business opportunity. As a business owner or IT decision-maker looking for cyber security services, how can you identify the qualified providers?Read More
By 2021, cybercrime will cost the world economy an estimated $6 trillion annually¹. No longer solely the concern of IT departments, the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history must be addressed — as a top priority — by stakeholders of businesses and nonprofits of all sizes.Read More
Ransomware is not just "trending" among hackers. The first known case occurred in 1983 and, over the past 24 years, has evolved into cyber criminals' most favored tool for making fast cash from unwitting businesses of all sizes.Read More
Cyber security, sometimes shortened to "cyber," is the protection of computers, computer networks, and digital information from unwanted use and harm.Read More
The terms "security incident" and "security event" are used by cyber security professionals to describe potential data breaches, but what is the real difference between the two — and which one poses the most threat to your company?Read More