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Owning Your Cybersecurity Plan

"The growing number and sophistication of cyber threats poses a critical risk to US businesses, and the impact of a successful attack can be devastating to small businesses in particular."Howard S.[…]

Developing a Data Strategy for Your Business

The MIT CISR Data Board defines a data strategy as "a central, integrated concept that articulates how data will enable and inspire business strategy." Essentially a data strategy defines and[…]

Multi-Factor Authentication Part 2: What MFA is Protecting your Data From

In part one of this blog series we talked all about the basics of Multi-Factor Authentication, but just so you're up to speed, here's a quick summary.

MFA refers to an approach to securing accounts[…]

Multi-Factor Authentication Part 1: The Basics

Multi-Factor Authentication. Two-Factor Authentication. One-Time Password. 3 Names. 1 Security necessity. 

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) refers to an approach to securing accounts by requiring[…]

4 Technology Challenges Facing Small Businesses in 2019

Each year new challenges arise for small and medium sized businesses, and this year has been no different. From both research, to our work with businesses in the Austin area, we've identified four of[…]

Risk Assessments: The First Step to Planning your Business' Future

Planning for the future of your business is essential. We’ve talked recently about the importance of business continuity planning and how to perform a business impact analysis, but the first step to[…]

What is a Business Impact Analysis?

Having a business continuity plan or any proactive plan to protect your business in the event of a disruption is a critical component in your overall business strategy. But in order to plan for a[…]

Developing your Business Continuity Plan

 "Business continuity is the ability of an organization to maintain essential functions during, as well as after, a disaster has occurred.”Tech Target

In order to fully prepare your business in this[…]

Cyber Insurance: Is it worth it?

It’s no secret that data breaches cost businesses a lot of money, an average of $3.86 million to be more exact. So what if there was a way to help recoup or cover some of the post breach expenses?[…]

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