The Holiday Season is in full swing and shoppers everywhere are more and more frequently opting to use their credit cards from the comfort of their homes, taking advantage of online deals. We thought we’d take a moment to provide some tips to help you remain cyber-safe while shopping for those last minute gifts and End-of-Season sales:
As the holidays are upon us and 2018 comes to a close, we’d like to extend our warmest wishes for safe and Merry Christmas and very prosperous New Year! We are grateful for the opportunity to continue to provide Texas friendly, honest and caring IT service and couldn’t do that without the help and support of our customers, employees, vendors, partners, family and friends!
Texas Systems Group would like to take a moment to thank all of the amazing people that enable us to provide Texas friendly IT support. Our sincerest appreciation to our customers, employees, vendors, partners, families, and friends –
we couldn’t do this without all of you!
Although National Cyber Security Awareness Month has come to an end, it’s important to keep cyber security top-of-mind not only during the month of October but throughout the entire year. Cyber criminals are finding new ways every day to sneak into your network and wreak havoc.
To recap, here are the biggest risks to your organization’s IT security:
Our next topic for Nation Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) focuses on another area of concern for business security. With around 235 million people using a smartphone in the United States, it is important to have a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy in place to help protect your IT infrastructure. Allowing employees to use their personal devices – such as cell phones, tablets and laptops – to access work-related data in the office or out in the field boosts productivity and cuts costs for businesses by not having to purchase the devices themselves. But it also opens your network up to all forms of cyber attacks.