As we continue to navigate the effects of COVID-19, newly remote offices are being presented with new challenges for their IT infrastructure and cybersecurity.
It’s every business owner’s worst nightmare. Your system crashes, your hard drive crashes, you’re the victim of a cybersecurity attack and all your files are encrypted – you’ve lost all of your data.
This blog was written by Nik Vargas, founder of Cybersecurity firm Nimble Defense.
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In a nutshell, technology debt
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Admit it. You’ve left your computer unattended in a public place.
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Still using Microsoft Office 2007?