As fiber optics systems are increasingly adopted in telecommunications, it’s more important than ever to have at least one certified employee who can install, maintain, repair or scale fiber optics networks. You may have a knowledgeable workforce but they may not be able to perform certain tasks if they lack the certifications required by the industry.
If you want your staff to learn more about cybersecurity, you might want to consider getting them training in ethical hacking. Ethical hacking is one of the most essential and useful cybersecurity skills, and one that might well prove crucial one day to your business.
Cloud computing has moved into the mainstream of enterprise IT and has taken over most of the functions that were traditionally handled by centralized servers. It has become a core competency of all types and sizes of businesses. Cloud computing can no longer be denigrated as “shadow IT” or dismissed as a domain for startups or SMBs. As such, all businesses must be ready to have and manage cloud-based applications.
Cyber-attacks are dramatically on the rise, with governmental and commercial organizations being targeted every day. Many of these attacks were targeted at businesses that didn’t understand the implications of not protecting their cyber networks. And even with robust security infrastructure, sometimes all it takes for a company to lose sensitive data and money is a careless action by an employee.