Security awareness is popping up everywhere. Recently Jay Mellon, CEO of AtNetPlus, was interviewed for a couple of articles about Security Awareness in Crain’s Cleveland Business.
To read the articles:
Hackers are getting smarter, which means businesses must be more vigilant, experts say
‘Cal’ and friends seem to have a lot in common
Having a disaster recovery plan can mean the difference between staying in business and… not.
Here is just some of the information that is crucial to the survival of your business should disaster strike:
- Sales records (contracts, purchase orders, customer information)
- Accounting records (receivables and payables)
- Bank records (account information)
- Employee information (contact information, payroll records, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements)
- Vendor information
If you’re thinking “nothing bad will happen to me.” Check out these eye-opening stats (click image for larger view).
For more information go to http://www.stayopenforbusiness.com. Watch as Bob faces many of the same disasters that others have experienced and a few that… well, watch and see!