Understanding the NIST Framework


You may have heard of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework a few times online but, unless you have knowledge and experience in the world of cybersecurity, this topic can seem quite complex. However, once you take time to learn more about the framework, you will realize how simple and effective it can be.

The Risks of Not Meeting the Cybersecurity Standards for Small Businesses

It is safe to say that our technological abilities are advancing at a rate faster than ever. Naturally, with such a wide array of technological advances available at hand, we have become better at securing ourselves and our data on the internet.

The Importance of NIST Compliance for Businesses


Nowadays, security has become a major concern of all companies and organizations that conduct their businesses through the internet. Establishing an online presence has become mandatory for any company that wants to catch people’s attention and expand their reach in the digital world we live in.

The Center of Internet Security – What Are the Top 20 Critical Security Controls

The Center of Internet Security, or CIS for short, has recently released a new revision of their Top 20 Security Controls. This set of regulations represents the top security measures designed to detect security threats and prevent cyberattacks. While following the CIS Top 20 Security Controls is not in any way a requirement by law, it is recommended to both small and large business who aim to protect their data and clients from the threats of today’s cyber world.

Digging Into Numbers for Gold: Data Trends You Should Know About

Once upon a time, Cloud computing was as fancy as it could get. Today, it’s reality. Then came in big data and the explosion of information that individuals and companies have to handle, analyze, store, base their decisions on, and much more.

The promise of “Big data” is simple: the avalanche of information about businesses itself (marketing, operations, IT, etc.

Cloud-based Email Archiving: Why Bother?

Did you know that an average executive, in the year 2011, receives and sends about 112 messages a day? And you can be sure that the number will only go up in time. Some of these emails could contain sensitive data and as a business, you’d not only have to store it but you’d also have to make sure that there are no legal threats to your business.