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Why Data Backups Are Important Plus Strategies To Protect Your Information

 

Hopefully, the last time you backed up your data wasn’t back when you were watching TRL with Carson Daly; the average cost of data breaches reached an all-time high in 2021 of $4.24m per incident according to IBM. But just in case you’ve been dragging your feet, we’re here to answer frequent questions and provide useful information about why data backups are important and the simple ways you can protect your information from would-be ne’er-do-wells.

 

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Three Critical Questions to Ask About Your Data Backups

 

Failing to back up your work  could cost your business everything, and it’s very likely your team could use some tune-ups in the security department. If you’re concerned that you may be under-prepared for a potential attack and want to ensure your backups are secure, there are three easy questions to ask your team about your data backups:  

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The Six Pillars of Securing Your Hybrid Workforce

The reality of the world post-COVID is that everything is different than it was before, from personal connections to business meetings and well beyond. To cope with this new norm, many businesses are taking a hybrid work approach, pairing in-person and remote work to fit the needs of their workforce. And over half of employees (55%, according to one study) would prefer to be remote at least three days a week once pandemic concerns die down.

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Two-Factor vs. Multifactor Authentication: What's the Difference?

 

No matter the industry you’re in if you’re collecting information, you should be protecting that data. And to protect that data, you’ve undoubtedly run into phrases like single-factor, two-factor, and multifactor authentication – and the responsibilities that go come collecting all that data. In nearly every instance that breaches occur, the missteps can be boiled down to simple problems like weak credentials and poor security standards. (Go ahead and take the sticky notes with your passwords off of your computer monitor before you read the rest of this.)

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Which of Your Employees Should Do Regular Security Training & Why?

Employees have a love/hate relationship with cybersecurity training. They love to get away from the tedium of their daily work, but cybersecurity best practices aren’t necessarily #1 on their “fun things to learn about” list, right?

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