When it comes to keeping your business data safe, often times you are worried about hacks. However, have you thought of protecting data breeches from within your company? Employees are the cause for data breech and corruption 80% of the time within companies, so how do you combat that statistic?
Know the hands that hold your data. As an employer, knowing the employees that have access to important data is critical to the protection of that data. Be aware of what the data holds and where it is located.
Train employees through policies and procedures. As a business, data protection should be a top priority. If your employees do not understand the severe importance of the protection of information, then you are running a heightened risk of breech.
Know the plan of response. Does your business know how to respond when a breech occurs? If not, it might be time to make one.
Call NetCertPRo. NetCertPro is the Lowcountry’s leading network security business. We love what we do, and we love protecting your business from possible threats. If you have any more questions, reach out to us today!
As you can imagine, a computer is made up of multiple devices that work together to perform the actions programmed into it. One of these is called the CPU, or central processing unit. Performing most of the processing inside your computer, this unit controls the flow of data and instructions amongst the different parts of the computer.
The central processing unit uses the chipset within the motherboard to act out multiple instructions. The CPU is made of two components necessary for the computer to function properly, the Control Unit and the Arithmetic Logic Unit.
The Control Unit takes instructions from the memory of the computer, decodes them for understanding, and then executes them appropriately.
The Arithmetic Logic Unit, or ALU, focuses on the operations that need arithmetic and logic to solve.
Basically the heart and brain, the CPU is vastly important to keeping a healthy and virus free computer.
In order to keep your business' data safe and secure, allow NetCertPro to securely monitor your network and provide you with the security your data and computers deserve!
An entire year of keeping your business's data safe and secure is once again coming to an end. 2019 has begun with all of its wonderful technological advancements, security breaches, and new hacker objectives on the way. NetCertPro will continue to be there for you and your business to ensure your data is protected before, during, and after potential attacks.
Keeping your data safe is something we take pride in. We loved securing your data during your trip to the fair, and we look forward to continuing the tradition in the coming year!
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