If you utilize LinkedIn services with the only the default username and password authentication you are at risk of getting hacked, even if you have an account that you rarely access and use.
If you log in to Amazon services with only the default username and password authentication you are at risk of getting hacked, even if you have an account that you rarely access.
If your business phone system works, you might think that’s really all that matters. But the thinking that all you need is a dial tone could be preventing your users from communicating effectively – internally and externally.
It seems as if no business is safe from falling victim to a data breach anymore. Target, Apple, Ashley Madison and a host of others have found themselves at the arms of hackers looking to steal, sell and compromise confidential information and data. And it isn’t just big companies either, in a recent study, it is reported that 55% of local businesses in the United States have experienced some form of security breach. Unfortunately, this is happening because businesses are not taking the proper security precautions to prevent unauthorized access to information.