In this session, we’ll cover the steps that help you secure your documentation and passwords. Join Wendy Har, IT Glue Director of Product Marketing, and Travis Brittain, IT Glue Sales Engineer, as they guide you through the steps you need to take to ensure business continuity by protecting your sensitive data and passwords.
Correct documentation practices can ensure the success of your business. It enhances how employees communicate at work by helping put information into a manageable framework that everybody can access easily. Want to know the best documentation practices? Join Travis Brittain, Sales Engineer, IT Glue, for a webinar on September 28th at 9 AM PST / 12 PM EST, where he'll present the must-have features for your documentation system.
With cyberthreats becoming increasingly sophisticated over the last few years, the only way organizations can stay one step ahead of cybercriminals is through continuous innovation in boosting cybersecurity measures.
Proper documentation plays a critical role in establishing the required safeguards and providing a framework of what needs to be done to protect and recover from a cyberattack. Also, when a breach inevitably occurs, you need to ensure that you have the necessary documentation for cyber insurance claims and recover quickly after an incident occurs.
In this eBook, let’s discuss how proper documentation processes, policies, and procedures support compliance, ensure you are adhering to necessary security measures and mitigate the risks in case of a cyber breach.
Sometimes it takes a crisis to get people thinking about business continuity. There’s no such thing as an MSP that’s too big to fail, so you better avoid failing in the first place. To do this, you need to understand the critical points of failure and address them proactively. Business continuity planning involves thinking ahead to possible scenarios that may hurt your business and creating action plans to help you mitigate challenges before or as they arise. This webinar will undergo the five different scenarios you need to consider and plan for to avoid the collapse of your MSP!