Detecting and protecting software
Sometimes referred to as computer security, Information Technology security is information security applied to technology (most often some form of computer system). It is worthwhile to note that a device does not necessarily mean a home desktop. A computer is any device with a processor and some memory. Every business on the planet is responsible for keeping all of the technology within the company secure from malicious cyber attacks that often attempt to breach into critical private information or gain control of the internal systems.
Cybersecurity is a must for any business with a presence online. Whether you have a website, online accounts or any type of Web-based infrastructure, you are at risk for a cyberattack. Although the public typically only hears about cyberattacks against high-profile companies, banks and government websites, small businesses make prime targets for cybercriminals, competitors and disgruntled parties. And due to their lack of resources, small businesses have the least-protected websites, accounts and network systems,
Security has never been more important. Business Solutions has increased its coverage of endpoint security solutions, firewalls and Webfiltering in recent years because the threats have increased. Many solutions providers have latched onto this opportunity by building solutions, if not their entire business, around security and peace of mind.
At the same time, malware authors are only getting sneakier and complex with their nasty apps. Ransomware variants continue to evolve and create agile moving targets for security software solutions. To combat the criminals, security software providers have had to get creative. Updates and enhancements are common, as vendors are doing their best to create software that’s smarter than the bad guys.
The challenge for many IT solutions providers is knowing which product is right for you and your customers.