With cyberattacks increasing in frequency and sophistication, cybercriminals are finding cheaper and easier points of entry into businesses every day.
Until it happens to you, a malware attack may be something that you kept in the back of your mind and haven’t given much thought to.
One of the biggest threats to your network is cyberattacks, which are growing more and more sophisticated every day.
Cloud security brings the benefits of connectivity while minimizing cyber threats and malicious activity.
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Artificial Intelligence or A.I. is one of the biggest technological innovations that has impacted our lives and how businesses operate. In the future, we will see A.I. play a major role in many aspects of business technology and services. ATSG is continuously improving our solutions and service delivery by leveraging and implementing A.I. technologies for
In today’s changing IT landscape, where many teams are still working remote, organizations are looking for ways to improve and strengthen their IT operations. When planning your network strategy, you have a few options. Migrating network systems to the cloud allows IT leaders to strategize for current and future events. Cloud based systems are cost-effective,
With the rise of remote work, virtual desktops have now become a necessity for many organizations. They allow people to work from anywhere at any time and simplify disaster recovery strategies with desktops in a secure cloud. However, a virtual desktop by itself is still prone to cyberattacks, and ensuring your system is secure is
Malware is one of the greatest threats to the security of your network. The remote work environment is especially vulnerable to attacks because your employees may not know the signs that they are being targeted. Ensuring that they know how to detect threats is vital. In 2020, data breaches alone cost companies an average of
According to Gartner, the worldwide information security market is projected to reach $170.4 billion by 2022. With the rise in the number of remote workers and with 95% of cybersecurity breaches being caused by human error, organizations are evolving their defenses and strategies. A good way to add additional defenses against human error is to