Information Security

Why Every Business Needs to Have a Digital Disaster Plan

By |Aug 17, 2017|

Between 40 and 60% of small businesses never reopen after a disaster strikes. But protecting your employees, customers, equipment and location is just part of the equation. A digital disaster plan for protecting your business’s key information and systems is equally important.

7 Simple Security Features to Look for in Your Next Printer

By |Jun 26, 2017|

In order to protect against security risks, you have to know where to find them. What’s more, you need a plan that is affordable, reliable, and easy to execute. One surprisingly easy place to start securing your data is your printer.

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    3 Easy Ways to Make Your Information More Secure with Xerox ConnectKey Technology

3 Easy Ways to Make Your Information More Secure with Xerox ConnectKey Technology

By |May 25, 2017|

Less than 1/4 of small businesses perceive cybercrime as a threat. Those that do appreciate the importance of securing their data don’t know where to begin – or look for leaks in all the wrong places. ConnectKey Technology provides easy, out of the box protection against your three biggest threats.

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    Small Business Security Risks You May Not Know About & How to Prevent Them

Small Business Security Risks You May Not Know About & How to Prevent Them

By |May 11, 2017|

Half of all small businesses in 2016 had experienced a security breach within the past year. With odds like those, are you willing to gamble on your small business’s chances of not experiencing a cyber attack or, consequently, surviving one if it does happen?

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    The Cyber Security Risks You’ve Never Heard of and How to Protect Your Business

The Cyber Security Risks You’ve Never Heard of and How to Protect Your Business

By |Apr 10, 2017|

Fifty-five percent of small and midsized companies have suffered a cyber attack in the past twelve months, and fifty percent have had a security breach that compromised customer or employee data.