In IT, the principle of least privilege (PoLP) refers to the concept that any process, program, or user must be provided with only the bare minimum privileges (access or permissions) needed to perform a function. And it may just save your business from a cyber attack.
When the pandemic hit, businesses all over the globe had to shift to remote work almost overnight. Now, with the vaccine rollout in full swing, the hybrid work model is gaining popularity. This allows employees to work from home, the office, or split their time between both.
Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) usually invest less in cybersecurity, making them easier targets. Close to 30% of businesses experience a cyberattack at least once per week . And, if you have an accounting or financial services business, the data that you keep on record is even more valuable to cybercriminals.
There are plenty of sources with advice on what to do, but not as many on what NOT to do. Cybersecurity isn't going away, here is what every construction business owner should know to keep their company data safe.
Construction efficiency may as well be called project profit. Time is money and network downtime, and delays cause knock-on effects. If one trade is delayed that can throw off all the careful scheduling that allows you to deliver a project on time.
The most common challenge that we hear in the field is that construction jobs need to be connected to their VPN (a virtual private network) while on-site.
There are specific advantages to using Microsoft Teams to coordinate construction teams. When used strategically, Microsoft Office can improve construction productivity. And with the help of an IT partner, moving operations to the Microsoft Azure cloud is simple.
Does what you're spending match what you're getting for service and support? During this time of economic uncertainty, your IT budget demands a closer look.
You, and your small business, are under attack. Right now, extremely dangerous and well-funded cybercrime rings in China, Russia and the Ukraine are using sophisticated software systems to hack into thousands of small businesses like yours to steal credit cards, client information, and swindle money directly out of your bank account.