SRS Technical Blogs

Cybersecurity as Revenue Generator

Sharad Suthar

As cyber threats continue to rise, more and more businesses can expect to see an increasing number of inquiries from prospective customers about their level of cybersecurity. These potential customers are coming with expectations about the security and confidentiality of their data as a prerequisite of doing business.

Security Today for Saving Tomorrow

Sharad Suthar

IT security and compliance can seem like buzzwords—and even worse, it can seem that no matter what you do with your computer systems, there’s always one more component that a vendor is trying to sell you. How can you make a reasonable investment today that will reap the greatest rewards in the future?

If you are not aware already, you need to make note of Microsoft’s Shared Responsibility Model when it comes to customer security responsibility.  Microsoft (and SRS) want to make sure you understand your part of the deal as defined by Microsoft’s Shared Responsibility Agreement.

Watch out for that “Foot in the Door”

Sharad Suthar

If you are a non-technical business executive, you may not know precisely HOW to properly protect your data and networks, but you have a keen awareness that it’s crucially important and that it will become more so in future. And, you are absolutely right!

Cloud computing and the shareholder value it delivers has been a key driver in the move to a “service-based” approach where you no longer need to make expensive investments in server hardware and the staff to manage it. This liberation has truly transformed the way executives and their IT staff think about how they design and deliver computing resources for their companies in today's untethered and global business environment.

Law firms don’t usually wind up in the headlines for website data hacks; but from patent, disputes to breach of contract cases, law firms by nature of the industry, have a lot of exposure to sensitive and confidential information.

The cost and difficulty of protecting an entire enterprise from all manner of cyber threats can be overwhelming. Accordingly, an organization should prioritize its cybersecurity efforts.

Just before the Ukraine invasion, a top official at the DOJ issued a stark warning to companies in the U.S. and abroad, calling on them to immediately shore up their cybersecurity defenses amid a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine. Last month after the invasion, the White House urged all businesses to “make the following steps with urgency.”

There was a time when your business worked smoothly. But now, your business has grown, you’ve added staff; some remote, some onsite, and you’re managing an ever-growing amount of data.

Vulnerability assessment and management programs are a proven necessity for small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) in the United States. But can effective solutions be scaled for organizations with more limited resources? Here's what you need to know to protect yourself in a digital security environment that's more challenging than ever.

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