We all want to protect our businesses. They’re a part of who we are, and it would be devastating if anything bad happened — including an unexpected cyberattack. But it happens. Businesses are attacked every single day. Some businesses are left in ruin.
There's been a trend in cybercrimes that have plagued businesses during the pandemic. With more and more workers transitioning to home offices, an upswing of 273% in electronic crimes has occurred. Protecting your business is a vital component in combatting these criminals.
Owning a business is the American Dream, But like any dream, it can quickly turn into a nightmare. More than half of all businesses fail before their fifth anniversary; so, the odds are against you.
And if that's not scary enough, with COVID-19, most work positions have transitioned to work-from-home.
The unforeseen challenges of 2020 have caused many businesses to change their work model and environment. Employees are adapting to working remotely, away from their teams and collaborators.
The glue holding businesses together through all of this is cloud computing.