Grant Elliott, the President and CEO of Ostendio, a B2B cybersecurity and risk management software company joins Enterprise Radio.
Financial Institutions (FIs) like banks and Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs) are always under constant pressure to meet the compliance requirements set by regulatory bodies. The regulations are put in place to ensure information security and increase cybersecurity.
A 2016 analysis of companies that were victimized by ransomware revealed that greatest cost of the attack was not the ransom demand, but was instead the lost productivity that resulted from the attack…
The internet has contributed to the democratization of information such that hackers and cyber thieves have access to the same information as the companies that develop defenses to thwart data breach activities.
Now that we are well into 2017, it’s a good time to take stock and consider what trends in business law we can expect to be important moving forward. The truth is that many people have been mindful of these trends for quite some time now, but it’s anticipated that these will continue to be areas of concern.
Unlike the frontiers of days past, the unruly elements that roam the information superhighway are not limited by physical distance, and they will exploit any vulnerability they can to take advantage. Here are some basic tips to ensure that your business and your customers are safe.
Vadim Vladimirskiy, Founder and CEO of IT-as-a-Service platform Nerdio a leader in ITaaS technology joins Enterprise Radio to discuss IT-as-a-Service to focus on your core business.
Your business data is one of the most valuable things you own. But, did you know that most businesses are “sitting ducks” when it comes to security? It’s true.