The cloud has revolutionized the productivity of many firms. Stakeholders are able to easily access files, applications, and systems remotely, increasing their efficiency and flexibility. However, these benefits come with additional responsibilities. Unregulated accessibility provides an easy opening for hacking and theft.
The Department of Defense (DoD) imposed a December 31, 2017 deadline for all defense contractors and subcontractors to implement the information security requirements detailed in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-171. This deadline has since come and gone, but the reality of the situation is that any firm seeking […]
It’s easy to think of nonprofits as less attractive targets to cybercriminals than businesses, but that’s precisely the thinking that puts them at risk. When it comes to information security and privacy, you need to think of donors in the same terms that businesses think of their customers.
Investors in medical technology are always prepared to take risks, but only within reason. To ensure you’re able to reach your target customers, you need to have a clearly defined set of objectives and identify any potential impediments that might get in the way.
Medical device startups do some of the most important work of all, but although the sector is receiving more funding from government-sponsored initiatives and venture capitalists than it did a few years ago, many organizations are still grappling to regain control over costs.
Nonprofit organizations have a unique set of challenges. They have to deal with staffing and volunteer shortages, adhere to government regulations to maintain tax-exempt status, and work within very limited budgets. However, the biggest challenge nonprofits are facing involves IT. They need to adapt to technology trends and address information security concerns to accomplish their […]