Credit cards are becoming a common form of payment and the Payment Card Industry released new requirements to increase security measures.
Data breaches are becoming more common, but it is a major concern in the health care industry.
Supply chain management teams may want to reconsider their stance on increasing cyber security measures.
PR Newswire, a popular press release distributor, confirmed recently that a database with information from about 10,000 of its accounts was taken.
Earlier this month, the data of more than 2.9 million Adobe Systems customers was stolen from one of its servers.
Cyber security is becoming increasingly more important for business owners. “Cyber Security Awareness Month” is meant to educate companies on how they can implement business continuity solutions.
A Minnesota health insurance exchange provider erroneously emailed private information of 2,400 insurance agents. This is MNsure’s first data breach.
Data breaches can occur at any moment, but business continuity consultants can develop strong recovery options for businesses.
A majority of tax professionals are unfamiliar of the dangers of cyber attacks like data breaches, identity theft and viruses. Only one-third of surveyed businesses have a business continuity plan in place.
Network failure and natural disasters are two reasons why businesses and towns should establish a plan for emergencies. The damages can be expensive if preparation is not comprehensive.