Clutch Solutions News
If the time has come to hire a new Chief Information Officer (CIO) at your company, it is important that you are doing your due diligence to find the best candidate for the job. CIOs are the intersection of technical pros and high-level executives, and should be well equipped to anticipate business needs as well as future technological developments in the space.
When you buy commercial insurance, understanding the threats that your business is likely to face over the course of its lifetime is vital to getting the proper coverage in case of an emergency—and when you are planning to mitigate cybersecurity risks, the process should really be no different.
To say that technical businesses have had to learn a lot in the past year and change would be an understatement! We have all had to adapt, change course and make updates to our operations, and there is nowhere that is more apparent than in the need for business continuity planning.
We learned a lot of valuable lessons from the hardships of 2020, both in business and personal regards. While the year was certainly challenging, there is a lot to be said about the innovation, resilience and ingenious solutions that people and companies all over the world came up with to cope with a rapidly changing world.
Cybercrime is something that every organization hopes they will never have to be impacted by, but with the rate of cybercrimes continuing to rise, it is something that every company leader should be aware of. With more people than ever working from home at least some of the time and more business being conducted online, the environment is ripe for cybercriminals to take advantage of.
What’s keeping CTOs up in 2020? There’s a long list, but among the main issues keeping many CTOs from resting easy on their pillows is cloud security. It’s not hard to see why.