Security

If you have any questions about your network security or would like to discuss ways to improve your cybersecurity systems, feel free to contact the Astute Technology Management team any time. We’re always happy to help Ohio businesses flourish with better security, and look forward to speaking with you!

5 Steps to Take When A Cyberattack Strikes

5 Steps to Take When A Cyberattack Strikes

By on May 23, 2022 in Security | 0 comments

While there’s been a lot of advice out on the Internet about the danger of cyberattack and the steps that businesses in Ohio can take to defend themselves before an attack occurs, there’s much less written on what practical steps an employee should take immediately after they’ve been struck by such an attack.

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The Ohio Business Guide to Cyber Insurance Part 2: Maintaining Your Coverage

The Ohio Business Guide to Cyber Insurance Part 2: Maintaining Your Coverage

By on Jan 10, 2022 in Commercial Construction, Healthcare, Professional Services, Security | 0 comments

Driven by the work from home trend, ransomware attacks surged by over 400% in 2021, causing insurers to scale back coverage, raise premiums, and requiring strict new standards to purchase coverage. What should Ohio businesses be doing to keep their cyber insurance policies? Let’s take a deep look.

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Social Media at Work…What Could Go Wrong?

Social Media at Work…What Could Go Wrong?

By on Dec 11, 2020 in Security | 0 comments

As a business, there is no doubt today that you need to have a presence on major social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Even if social media doesn’t directly drive business to your door, businesses are required at a minimum to have a current presence on platforms. Those that don’t appear behind the times, outdated or too small to handle the extra work.

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5 Ways to Protect Your Network from COVID-19

5 Ways to Protect Your Network from COVID-19

By on Mar 18, 2020 in Security | 0 comments

The unprecedented pandemic caused by the COVID-19 strain is causing health, financial and social crisis worldwide. Populations around the globe are focusing on keeping the virus at bay – except one: population cybercriminal. True to form, cybercriminals around the world are exploiting the public’s fear of contracting the virus and thirst for current to the minute updates to infest business and personal network’s with malware, ransomware and business email compromise.

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