Understanding Alabama’s data breach notification law: What is SPII?

Data breaches are increasingly becoming more worrying. Cybercriminals are constantly devising new techniques for infiltrating systems and stealing sensitive data from small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large corporations. To make things worse, what hackers run off with does not only comprise of confidential company data, but personal details and financial information of clients as well.

How cloud computing impacts disaster recovery plans

As more small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) turn to digital solutions for productivity and efficiency, disaster recovery is also becoming more important, as natural and man-made calamities can happen anytime. Cyberattacks, forest fires, earthquakes, and hardware failures are just some of the threats that endanger your company.

4 Cyberthreats facing every small business

Small businesses have long been a target for hackers seeking easy money. Even though they’re often victimized because of their reputation as more vulnerable than their larger competitors — due to lower budgets and a lack of robust infrastructure — SMBs still handle plenty of high-value information.

Conquering the burdens of regulatory compliance with Compliance-as-a-Service

There’s no denying that industry regulations are among the least glamorous business technology challenges. With rigid documentation processes and harsh penalties, all it takes is a simple error or oversight to fall into a compliance technicality. To make matters worse, many regulations aren’t entirely clear on which measures businesses must take to protect the privacy of their customers.

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