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Cybersecurity by the Numbers

Right Networks | Infographic

Small businesses are, by far, the primary targets of cyber criminals, and just one attack can cripple or destroy a small business. The pandemic has only made security a higher priority. Get the numbers around why small businesses should prioritize security and learn what they can do to keep their data safe. Download Now

Secure Access: Granted

Right Networks | Whitepaper

Learn how multifactor identification works and explore three reasons why enabling it is a good idea, especially now. Download Now

Why Small Businesses Still Need to Prioritize Security

Mar 24, 2020 | Blog Post

It’s overwhelming. Social distancing, guarding against the deadly coronavirus, stocking up on enough food for a potential lockdown … all the while trying to keep a small business afloat during one of the strangest and most uncertain periods of the last 100 years. Read More

Email Scammers Look to Capitalize on Panic

Mar 17, 2020 | Blog Post

As if the trial of being shut in at home and worrying about friends and family weren’t enough, all sorts of bad actors are trying to use email scams to capitalize on confusion and fear around the coronavirus panic. Read More

Cybersecurity in a time of coronavirus

Accounting Today | Article

Tax season is one of the peak times of the year for cybercrime. Part of the reason the season can be so lucrative for cybercriminals is because of the increased vulnerability of human targets — many people depend… Read More

Simple Security for Every Small Business

smallbizdaily | Article

If you’re a business owner you really have your hands full, every day, with the minutiae of running your business, balancing your books, orders, employees, scheduling, inventory, servicing customers, payroll, taxes... Read More

Why Coronavirus Might Be the Best Reason Yet to Move to the Cloud

Mar 6, 2020 | Blog Post

It’s hard to say at this point whether the building global panic surrounding COVID-19 coronavirus is justified, but one thing is certain: the disease is changing the lives of millions, possibly billions, of people. And as the disease makes its way into the US, it is bound to have a disruptive effect on businesses of all sizes. Read More