TelePacific Blog: Telecommunications Insights

Category: Data Protection and Preparedness

You Need Data Security Too – Not Just Celebrities

Every month, we learn of more major security breaches. Most recently, we learned of an attack on JP Morgan Chase and, of course, the already infamous attack on the iCloud accounts of celebrities, followed by widespread distribution of their private, and sometime explicit, personal pictures. Often, however, we are our own worst enemies when it […]

Share Button

Read More | Comments Off on You Need Data Security Too – Not Just Celebrities |

Worried the Target Breach Could Happen to Your Company? Easy Tips for Shoring Up Your Defenses

2013 may go down in history as the year of the breach.  Major security breaches started in June with Edward Snowden leaking NSA files that, in turn, revealed how much private data was accessed by NSA surveillance programs.  In October, a security breach at Adobe exposed three million credit cards and user data from tens […]

Share Button

Read More | Comments Off on Worried the Target Breach Could Happen to Your Company? Easy Tips for Shoring Up Your Defenses |

Uptime and the Bottom Line

If your company is similar to most small to mid-sized business today, its employees have experienced the sense of loss and helplessness when a network or important application temporarily “goes down.” Even if a company hasn’t suffered a total network outage, it’s easy to understand how even just email being down for as little as […]

Share Button

Read More | Comments Off on Uptime and the Bottom Line |

Most SMBs Don’t Do Daily Data Backups?

Based on results from a new survey by GFI Software, it looks like many small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) could do a better job of ensuring their data is properly backed up and maintained, reports Paul Mah with IT Business Edge. In fact, most SMBs (53%) do not do daily backups, according to the […]

Share Button

Read More | Comments Off on Most SMBs Don’t Do Daily Data Backups? |

External Breaches More Costly, Internal More Common

Data breaches due to malicious and criminal attacks tend to be the most costly to companies, but internal threats such as human error or systems glitches tend to be significantly more prevalent, according to a new benchmark report conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Symantec. While malicious or criminal attacks cost companies an average […]

Share Button

Read More | Comments Off on External Breaches More Costly, Internal More Common |

1-800-399-4925

Copyright © 1998-2013 U.S. TelePacific Corp. All rights reserved.