Although 2018 isn’t completely over, businesses are already putting their focus on the year ahead. As the new year approaches, planning out your objectives is a smart way to prepare your business to meet those objectives throughout the year. Evaluate how your business started in 2018 and how you faired in the previous months. Determine where your business could make changes to achieve more in 2019. Now is the best time to make sure your plan for 2019 is ready and covers each aspect of your business. This means focusing not just on your operations, but the many moving parts that keep your operations running.
Kraft Technology Group offers comprehensive solutions for managed IT, cybersecurity, and working in the cloud. In 2017, Kraft Technology Group was included on the Top 100 MSSP List, which is compiled by After Nines, Inc. and recognizes the very best in outsourced MSSP services.
Cybercriminals have cranked up attacks on organizations, and they’re turning information systems upside down looking for valuable personal data they can steal. No database seems to be safe these days, and as hacking activities intensify, employee benefit and welfare plans have become uniquely vulnerable to data theft and inadvertent disclosure.
Since January’s announcement that Amazon, JP Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway would come together to form a healthcare company specifically for their employees, speculation about Amazon’s possible future role in the American healthcare industry has run rampant.
Uptime: it’s one of the most important words in the IT industry. Every company is striving for the key goal of uninterrupted uptime: the ability to successfully navigate all day, every day at work without having to worry that your systems are going to go down. In spite of that desire for unlimited uptime, however, many businesses fail to realize the full cost benefits of unlimited uptime–or how to go about acquiring it.
The increase in cyber-attacks over recent years means more companies are seeking Cyber Insurance. As we hear more and more about companies such as Home Depot, Target and JPMorgan Chase & Co. among others that have had security breaches resulting in customers’ sensitive and private information being revealed; cyber security has risen to become a top concern of small and large businesses alike.
This Halloween we’re celebrating by sharing some scary cyberattack facts. Why? Because, unfortunately, cyberattacks are increasing. The cyberthreat landscape is rapidly becoming more of a concern. Not only are businesses seeing an increase in the number of attacks, but these cyberattacks are continuing to evolve.
Online security is something that should get everyone’s attention. Threats exist all around us: ransomware, viruses, spyware, social engineering attacks and more. There’s so much you need to know to keep your personal and business information safe. But… where do you start? As trusted cybersecurity professionals, we want to help you get educated and stay […]
Everyone has Wi-Fi. We all expect to see it wherever we go, and most of us have more than one Wi-Fi-enabled device. Grocery stores, fast food restaurants – even your mechanic has Wi-Fi. But does that mean you REALLY need it in your school? Isn’t it less secure than wired? To answer the first question: […]