Ransomware isn't just affecting small businesses. Large enterprise organizations are constantly being targeted by hackers. A 2016 study by Malwarebytes found that 40% of companies were attacked by Ransomware. Some of the more notable businesses hit recently by WannaCry include FedEx, Nissan, Hitachi, Renault, and NHS. While Ransomware may not be 100% avoidable, there ..[Read more]
LOCAL APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT COMPANY HOSTS EDUCATIONAL NETWORKING EVENT AT BRAND-NEW TOPGOLF IN CHARLOTTE Complimentary Lunch and 2-Hours of Golfing for Charlotte Business Executives Charlotte, NC—Jun 14, 2017 — Biz Technology Solutions (BTS), a local full-service technology company, treats local Charlotte business executives to golf and lunch at TopGolf located at 8024 Savoy Corporate Drive ..[Read more]
Biz Technology Solutions, Inc. Partners with Local Growth Specialist to Host Seminar on How to Never Hire a Dud
Biz Technology Solutions (BTS) and Skip Amos educate local Greensboro businesses at upcoming luncheon on getting the right people in the right seats to avoid hiring a dud.
Every year, new security reports come out declaring cyber attacks are on the rise. Unfortunately, this is not a scare tactic. With the ever-increasing amount of technology, cyber attacks will continue to increase by the thousands. Businesses must get serious about putting proper cybersecurity protections in place especially small businesses. According to Symantec's 2016 ..[Read more]
Cybercrime is the 2nd most reported economic crime according to PWC's Global Economic Crime Survey. Financial organizations are a goldmine for hackers to acquire personal information like social security numbers and account numbers. Unfortunately with the Internet of Things, cybersecurity threats only get more sophisticated and detrimental. Here's 3 cybersecurity threats facing financial organizations: ..[Read more]
The healthcare industry is no stranger to cybersecurity threats. With patient records averaging $50 on the black-market, it makes medical practices and hospitals a gold mine for hackers. In 2016, the healthcare industry alone exposed more than 10 million social security numbers. This was more than any other industry according to a report from CyberScout ..[Read more]