Thursday, December 25, 2014
IT Services in Baltimore, MD: Protecting Employees from Cybercrime
In a study conducted by the Business Continuity Institute, results showed 73% of business continuity managers are afraid of how cybercrimes would impact business. The same managers also expressed concern over the Internet as an access point for cyber-attacks and how it should be monitored closely to protect businesses of all sizes. While there is merit to those concerns, especially after cyber-attacks on the White House and many of the largest banks on Wall Street, business owners should be more concerned about how cybercrimes affect their employees because this effect on victimized employees, in turn, ultimately impacts their business. In particular, business owners should pay more attention to identity theft.