Security is our number one focus area not only internally but for our clients as well. With the ever-growing number of threats, security should be every business’s number one concern for all internal and external information that it holds.
Spear phishing and Cyber fraud are gaining traction as the most significant security threats and are causing detrimental damage to individuals and businesses. What is Spear Phishing and Cyber Fraud and how do they work?
Internet security is more important than ever before. Malware and internet attacks have become more prevalent and difficult to combat with confidence. Any internet accessible device can be affected by these attacks and can cost a company or individual an exuberant amount of money to recover.
The construction industry employs about 7 percent of the world’s working-age population and is one of the world economy’s largest sectors, with $10 trillion spent on construction-related goods and services every year…. But the industry has an intractable productivity problem.
The world of technology is rapidly growing and so are social engineering attacks. In 2016, over 638 million users were affected by ransomware, and the number of attacks continue to increase. According to the FBI, it’s estimated nearly $3.1 billion has been stolen from over 27,000 victims of CEO fraud. Because social engineering attacks are evolving and becoming harder and harder to detect, Business Information Group, Inc. has chosen not only to partner with KnowBe4 to provide their clients with a valuable and necessary service, but has also adopted KnowBe4 internally.
Business Information Group (BIG) welcomed 8 year old Fiona Myers, and her mother Jen Myers, for an afternoon to learn about application development and answer her questions on how to create a mobile app.
YORK, PA. (20 September 2017) — Business Information Group (BIG), a leading IT consulting firm based in York, Pennsylvania, is pleased to participate in a fall clean-up day for Leg Up Farm, a nonprofit therapy center in York County for children with special needs.
YORK, PA. (19 June 2017) — Employees from Business Information Group (BIG), a leading IT consulting firm based in York, Pennsylvania, volunteered on June 9, 2017, with Home Helps. Operated through Servants, Inc., the Home Helps program provides repair and maintenance services for low-income older adults, disabled individuals and single-parent homeowners who are living in an unsafe or unhealthy home in York and Lancaster counties.