A remote worker’s guide to enhanced device security

Remote work gives employees the freedom to work wherever and however they like, but this arrangement also invites security risks. Having the freedom to use personal devices for remote work can give cybercriminals a gateway into your company’s network and valuable assets.

End-user training vs. advanced threat detection: Where should your cybersecurity budget go?

In coming up with a cybersecurity budget for your small or medium-sized business in New Jersey, you may find yourself with a dilemma: Where should you spend your money — training your staff on cybersecurity best practices or upgrading your cybersecurity tools?

End-user training versus advanced threat detection
End-user training and advanced threat detection are both crucial components of cybersecurity, but they serve different purposes.

A beginner’s guide to implementing zero-trust architecture

A quick look at cybercrime statistics will show you that cybercriminals have no intention of backing down. According to a 2023 report by Cybersecurity Ventures, the costs of global cybercrime are expected to hit $8 trillion this year and will increase by 15 percent per year over the next three years.

How to prevent identity theft: Tips for a safer online presence

In 2023, the ominous specter of identity theft looms larger than ever. Recent reports indicate that identity theft continues to plague Americans: in the first half of the year alone, nearly 560,000 cases of identity theft were reported nationwide. This unsettling trend puts 2023 on track to surpass one million identity theft complaints.

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