Category Archives: Better Disaster Security Planning

How Better Disaster Security Planning prepares your business for handling emergencies. and recovering from unforeseen events.

Using Behavioral Analytics to Boost Business Cyber-Security

Worrying statistics have found that 43% of all cyber-attacks target small businesses. These figures point to other precarious facts, for instance: about half of all small businesses don’t survive the first cyber attacks. Continue reading Using Behavioral Analytics to Boost Business Cyber-Security

What Are Internal Controls for Cash Security?

We all hope our co-workers and employees are honest, and they probably are. Yet, improper cash control, poor cash practices, and weak cash security can tempt people who are basically honest. Think about parking at the local mall. You always roll up your windows and lock your car to protect your possessions, especially if you made some purchases at an earlier stop. Most of the people who walk by your car at the mall are honest, yet you don’t want to tempt them by making it easy to take something that doesn’t belong to them. What are some internal controls for cash? Continue reading What Are Internal Controls for Cash Security?

Information Security Policy, How do you Write One?

Your Information Security Policy must address the mushrooming size of the physical Internet, the ever-increasing volume of data being squeezed through it, and the wider range of information security. When you say “computer security”, what comes to mind most often are external threats: hackers, malware, viruses, botnets. But when you look at computer and IT trends, new technologies — mobile devices, social networking, and the like — pose a much greater threat to the integrity of your company. So, what are the best ways to secure your information? Continue reading Information Security Policy, How do you Write One?