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Developing a Risk Management Policy

If you want to focus on business growth, developing a risk management strategy is the first step to ensuring that technical failures, natural disasters, or other catastrophes don’t slow your business down.

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What Is the Difference Between Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity and Backups?

Imagine this, you’re working on a project for one of your most important clients. It’s almost finished, your adding your final touches… and then your hard drive fails. Or sensitive data gets hacked costing you thousands and harming your professional reputation. Now, these situations are awful but they’re also common. In fact, servers on average can fail up to 18% of the time and there were over 1,579 data breaches in 2017.

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Why Software Updates are Still Important?

Software updates are still your first line of defence against most malicious software and hackers. While a serious direct attack or malicious software using what is known as a zero-day attack or other weakness to get in to the network this is rare, known software bugs are the most common issues.

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What To Do if You Get Crypto Ransomware – Part 2

What To Do if You Get Crypto Ransomware – Part 2: Crypto ransomware is a scary thing. Make sure you and your business are protected from this scary criminal activity affecting businesses of all sizes, including Los Angeles based small businesses and beyond.

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What To Do if You Get Crypto Ransomware – Part 1

What To Do if You Get Crypto Ransomware – Part 1: Crypto ransomware is a scary thing. Make sure you and your business are protected from this scary criminal activity affecting businesses of all sizes, including Los Angeles based small businesses and beyond.

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If Your Data Backup is Missing This Critical Element, You Could Be Putting Your Infrastructure at Risk

Many small and midsized businesses worry about their data and servers, and rightly so—data loss, particularly the loss of customer data, is expensive, and many companies never recover from a catastrophic incident. Keeping software and hardware in tip-top shape is a good guard against threats, but it’s not foolproof. A bulletproof backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity solution is the key.

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