19 January 2019
Every $1 Spent on Natural Disaster Preparedness is $11 in Return
Communities that act now to protect themselves from future hazards like earthquakes, hurricanes, floods and wildfires can save themselves as much as $11 for every $1 that they initially invest, according to new research.
Allianz Risk Barometer: Cyber is a Core Concern for Businesses in 2019
In the wake of mega data breaches and privacy scandals, major IT outages and the introduction of tighter data protection rules in the European Union and other countries, cyber risk is now a core concern for businesses in 2019 and beyond.
How to Choose a Trusted Vendor
Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) face unique challenges when choosing a security solution. While large businesses enjoy entire departments devoted to addressing the many facets of security – video surveillance cameras, video management, access control, network infrastructure – SMBs have limited resources to help them select and maintain a security solution.
How to Improve School Security with Limited Budget
As many school districts face limited funding, it can be difficult to see past budget restraints when trying to address security issues. By identifying areas of improvement, school officials can develop a security plan and act on it in order to better protect their environment without breaking the bank.
Data Centers: Protecting the First Line of Defense
There are approximately three million data centers scattered across the United States. These facilities house organizations’ networked computer servers that collect, store, process and provide access to large amounts of data for millions of users each day. Today, these server farms have become critical to the essential functioning of government entities, financial institutions, large enterprises, social network organizations and smart cities.
Average Cost of Cyberattack Now Exceeds $1 Million
A new report by Radware shows that the average cost of a cyberattack now exceeds $1 million.
Odds of Dying from Opioid Overdose are Greater Than an Auto Crash
For the first time in U.S. history, a person is more likely to die from an accidental opioid overdose than from a motor vehicle crash, according to National Safety Council analysis.