White Paper: CSID
A look at small business security perceptions and habits at each phase of business growth:
Small business security continues to be a huge focus for us here at CSID. To better understand how small businesses are approaching the threat of cyber crime, CSID surveyed 150 small business owners across the United States on their concerns about cyber security and their approach to risk mitigation and response.
This Executive whitepaper on corresponding small business network security survey results will explore the security risks businesses face during the different stages of its growth, how small business owners are currently addressing these risks, and what businesses can do to mitigate these risks.
Key takeaways from this whitepaper:
How small businesses perceive social media as it relates to business security & reputation?
Which threats in small business security are of most concern to it?
What small businesses know about business credit scores?
What steps are taken by the small businesses to protect themselves against cyber threats?
Explore this whitepaper that outlines CSID’s small business security survey results, provides a more detailed look into how small business owners feel about business security and details what actions they are taking to protect against these threats as a business grows.
By: I-Sprint Innovations
In the digital era, financial institutions need to meet and exceed the expectations of a new generation tech savvy users with digital broadband access to on-demand cloud-based services via a wide range of mobile devices. In order to earn customers’ trust and confidence in their digital channels, financial institutions will have to secure identity and manage cross-channel access while leveraging mobility and the cloud. This whitepaper provides insights on how financial institutions can secure identity and data in a hyper-connected world where the data center perimeter has blurred and the enterprise attack surface has radically expanded with increased cloud adoption and mobility. Case studies illustrating how financial institutions are implementing prudent steps to engage customers across multiple channels Ultimate aim of the omni-channel initiatives Emerging methods of authentication How to boost security and compliance while ensuring differentiated customer experience in omni-channel service delivery
By: I-Sprint Innovations
Product Authentication technologies are essential in the digital age to all genuine products and packaging. The proliferation of e-Commerce has forced manufacturers to look beyond traditional brick-and-mortar stores for cost-effective means to product's authenticity or select further product information. Digital solutions for product authentication do not require any additional consumables, making them cost-effective and easy to deploy. The secret in label or packaging motif for the purpose of authentication could be stolen if the production process is not carefully monitored and is not designed with audit ability in mind. This whitepaper provides insights on integrating authentication tactics throughout your entire brand protection strategy and make product authentication the cornerstone of your anti-counterfeiting program. It highlights: Key criteria for choosing a right solution Ways to authenticate the unique identity of the authorized products Money-making opportunities if the right product authentication solution is chosen
What is Business Intelligence ?
Business intelligence is a technology-driven process in which variety of software applications are used to analyze organization’s raw data and presenting the information in actionable format so executives and business leads can make better decisions looking at them. Although business intelligence has some common functions, it includes three basic functions: data mining, data analyzing and data processing.
What is Business ?
By definition a business is an organization or economic system with consistent and typical exchange of produced goods and offered services for one another or for money to fulfill human needs. Types of businesses, Non-Profit business: This is a type of business with charitable or educational goal rather than earning money from its services.
What is Small And Midsize Enterprises ?
In general terms, Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are independent firms that operate with very few employees. According to European Union, SME/B is defined to be a company having no more than 500 employees. The number might vary from one country to another. But the contribution they make to the society by driving innovation and delivering competitive advantage is the work to be appreciated. These businesses are considered to be the pillar of strength to the US economy, which have the ability to create two of every three new occupations and churn out 39 percent of gross national product. With the temporary people managing their data and IT infrastructure, these employees perform multi-tasking that include managing backups, networks, databases, new technology purchases and more.