You might have heard the terms Zero Trust and Shadow IT recently but left wondering: "What is it?" and "Do I really need it?"
Of all the devices that we know can be hacked, you might not have considered your printer to be one of them. However, as printers become more advanced and able to connect to other devices, this poses a risk of cyber attacks. This is especially true for small-to-medium-sized healthcare businesses. Unsurprisingly, they are being targeted now more than ever due to the sensitive patient data they deal with.
COVID-19 was a global crisis that shook up more than the healthcare industry. As the virus spread, more companies had to pivot from working in the office to remote or hybrid work models. With this unique challenge for IT came added security risks that hackers preyed on.
Since 1988, Greene Moving and Storage has been serving the New York and New England regions with moving, storage, and modular furniture installation services for a mix of commercial and residential clients. Patrick Greene, President of Greene Moving and Storage, discovered Usherwood Office Technology’s unique approach to customer care when he stopped into a coffee and networking event hosted by Dan Hernborg, a Pre-Sales Engineer at Usherwood.
Usherwood Office Technology, a Syracuse-based company that specializes in managed IT, print and communications was recently named CNY Business Journal’s #1 Best Place To Work in the 51-100 employees category.
Along with back-to-school season, Halloween decorations hitting the shelves, and the beloved pumpkin spice latte making its reappearance, there's another often-overlooked event this fall: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October. With 1 in 5 small businesses experiencing a cyber-attack, it’s a good time to make sure yours is safe and secure with this checklist of the top 7 things you can do.