With security threats becoming more advanced, security and information management must become a top priority. Education and awareness are essential whether its best practices, security trends, or developing a foundational knowledge of security technologies. Our Security Practice Foundations Series blogs can help build a strong foundation in security knowledge.
With security threats becoming more advanced, security and information management need to be a top priority. Education and awareness are essential whether its best practices, security trends, or developing a foundational knowledge of security technologies. Our Security Practice Foundations blog series can help you build a strong foundation in security knowledge.
The following article originally appeared on Tech Data’s LinkedIn page on November 27, 2018. It is the first in a three-part series on cybersecurity, written by Alex Ryals, Tech Data’s vice president Security Solutions.
With the increasing use of mobile phones, tablets and other mobile applications, the lines between work and personal have become blurred. Many employees, not just remote employees, are checking email across multiple, synced devices. As more applications move to the cloud, companies will be updating their processes and policies to accommodate these changes; affecting the way they conduct their business.
With cyber threats becoming more sophisticated, security and information management must be a top priority. Education and awareness on best practices, trends and the latest security technologies are essential. October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NSCAM) and in addition to elevating our partners’ security awareness, Tech Data’s Security Solutions team is featuring its blog series, "Security Practice Foundations."
Did you know that October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)? With security threats becoming more advanced, IT and network security need to be a top priority. Education and awareness is essential; acquired through best practices, security trends, and a fundamental knowledge of the latest security technologies.
With the need for cybersecurity growing at a rate of 12 percent per year1, organizations are in dire need of security, creating incredible growth opportunities for you. From data breaches to stolen devices and server crashes, the results can devastate and destroy your customers’ businesses. And as the ever-changing threat landscape continues to evolve—whether in the physical network, cloud, mobility or IoT initiatives—Tech Data’s holistic approach to
Mobile technology trends are rapidly crossing into the business environment. The presence of personal devices in the workplace is growing at a record pace. In fact, 67 percent of today’s employees are bringing their own laptops, smartphones and tablets to the office.1 Although workers appreciate the flexibility and productivity their mobile devices provide, bring your own device (BYOD) opens the door to serious security challenges for your customers.
Did you know that 46 million small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are depending on devices dating back to 2014 or even earlier? Smaller businesses often think delaying an upgrade will save them time and money. Unfortunately, this type of “PC complacency” actually increases costs and security risks, as well as slows down productivity.