Historically, the field of cybersecurity has been largely unregulated, with little to no requirements needed to be met by corporations. Recently, health centers, municipalities, universities, and other Canadian businesses and organizations have been targeted by electronic espionage and ransomware. In many instances, the attacks go unreported because the corporations fear their reputation may be damaged if word spreads that their existing security was incompetent. Often corporations decide it is in their best interest to pay the ransom fee in order to dismiss the problem, rather than to reach out for external assistance. Recently, the Government of Canada has introduced a new Canadian cybersecurity bill forcing corporations to prioritize mandatory reporting of cyber attacks and the meeting of new security standards.
7 Important Things to Consider When Selecting an MSP for your Cloud-Based Data
Finding the right IT operations for your organization is tricky – between the high cost of having an internal team or manager, and the uncertainty of hiring an external Managed Cloud Service Provider, understanding your specific needs regarding your businesses data can become overwhelming. While you will want any chosen provider to work with you to create a custom plan for your organization, there are a few important things to consider when selecting an MSP for your cloud-based data.
As Canada navigates the challenges of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have and continue to adopt policies for working from home. Employees are now balancing their day-to-day work duties with their home life. This can pose difficulties, including how to maintain focus and stay productive. While accommodations and adjustments at home and in the office are being made it is critically important for business owners and employees to avoid compromising their cybersecurity.
Cyber crime operations are now among the multi-million dollar businesses thriving in 2019. Crooks are able to blitz IT infrastructure and pilfer precious pieces of data with ease. Attacks are becoming extremely sophisticated and discreet. At times, they are only detectable once the damage has been done.
Businesses are under attack by Business Email Compromise (BEC). This efficient form of fraud has devastated countless companies, preying on those that frequently conduct wire transfers or who deal with foreign suppliers.
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