National Cybersecurity Awareness Month – Empower Organizations In Cybersecurity Protocols


Do. Your. Part. #BeCyberSmart

What’s scarier than a haunted house and more expensive than a giant Halloween party? Cyberattacks – and they devastate individuals and businesses alike. Fortunately, attacks can be prevented if we all remain vigilant. This month marks the 17th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and this year Zuma Technology brings you tips, best practices, and more to ensure you’re ready to “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.”

This Is How Doctor Offices Are Fighting Ransomware


Healthy IT Protocols

A doctor’s office is no different than a traditional business. Each practice comes equipped with computers, firewalls, servers, and other network related devices. How can medical practices maintain a high level of cybersecurity? For starters, implementing system wide updates on a continuous basis provides up to date patches on security vulnerabilities. Secondly up to date systems helps prevent malicious actors from accessing the practice’s network with security holes plugged up. Lastly a healthy system is an optimized system for best cybersecurity practices.

5 Signs A Ransomware Attack Is Imminent


The Damage of Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks are a difficult situation when a business has accidentally allowed the entity in the network. Attackers use legitimate tools within a business’ system to obtain sensitive information. What can businesses do if infiltrated with a ransomware attack? For starters, focus on what the business has implemented in case of an attack. For instance, if you backup on a daily basis, you can roll back one day. Another example is implementing the organization’s business continuity plan. In short the plan outlines everyone’s roles in times of a catastrophe.

Partner with a managed IT service provider to determine exposed areas in the network. A network audit will assist with detecting vulnerabilities and what steps will be taken to resolve these security holes.

Ransomware can be difficult to detect, but there are warning signs associated with an attack. Here’s a list Sophos, a British cybersecurity company, provided about warning signs of an attack.

5 Tips To Be Successful While Working From Home


The New Normal – Work From Home

Working from home has become the new normal. Millions of workers across the United States have made home their new office space during the pandemic. The allure of working in your pjs and on the couch has been a welcomed thought prior to COVID-19. However, don’t get too comfortable with business work hardware. We continue to communicate to customers to maintain a high level of awareness, practice cybersecurity, and maintain an efficient workflow.

As all of us navigate through the epidemic, we have used technology to maintain a productive environment. Not only for us, but for our customers. We’ve adapted to telework and utilized different tools for an efficient remote work flow. We will share 5 tips on how to work from home successfully.

This Is How Businesses Are Working From Home


The Future of Telework

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic will forever change the way businesses operate. For instance, organizations will continue to work from home the remaining 2020 year. Additionally, corporations may come to the realization certain departments may not need office space, therefore, can remain working from home. As a result working remotely prevents workers utilizing everyday tools to perform day-to-day tasks. However, there are multiple applications organizations can use to help keep productivity moving. Here’s a list of essential tools to help keep all users working efficiently in a new world of normal.