Beware of Malware Threats this Holiday Season

The holiday season is a season of giving, but if your company isn’t careful, you could be giving customers malware instead of holiday cheer. While your company has been preparing for the busiest shopping season, cyber criminals have been heavily preparing as well. The holiday season is a time for them to rack in big profits, too. Don’t let hackers spread holiday malware in your company this season by spreading awareness of the following holiday malware schemes to your employees provided by CSO Online. Business email compromise: Cyber criminals will create spoof emails in a bid to execute unauthorized wire transfers. In an FBI report, it was found that thieves…

Microsoft Dynamics Announces New CRM 2016 Release

Customer relationship management (CRM) is important for any business to succeed. You want to offer your customers a positive experience to turn them into repeat buyers. With the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM release, customer engagement reaches a whole new level. Speed and accuracy of response heavily impacts the overall customer experience and customer satisfaction. The new CRM release focuses on delivering customer service agents the ability to manage all activities in one application. By eliminating the need to switch from application to application, it reduces the time to resolve issues and allows you to focus more on the customer. What’s new with CRM 2016? CRM app for Outlook: Now you…

Retailers Need Data Security Boost This Holiday Season

Now that data breaching has reached an all-time high, it’s important for retailers to amp up security measures this holiday shopping season. As the holidays draw nearer, retail businesses flourish with high traffic, providing hackers an opportunity to attack. During shopping rushes, businesses focus more on staying operational and running efficiently, leaving data security as more of an afterthought. Breaches pose a real threat to your company’s overall profit and consumer confidence, but what creates these opportunities? Security Intelligence found that the following factors played a big role: Users downloading infected files or visiting malware infested websites. Weak passwords Poor network security Insecure system configurations Unpatched technology All of these…