Just like most cybersecurity experts, we at BCA IT recommend the use of a password manager as one of the most important cybersecurity best practices. By providing an encrypted vault for passwords, a password manager helps users keep track of their login credentials without having to remember them, and it also makes it easier for […]
Small businesses today rely heavily on information technology. In fact, most wouldn’t be able to operate without it. But as helpful as technology is, it can also create problems that can cost small businesses time, money, opportunities, reputation, and even customers.
Despite the growing popularity of Microsoft 365, the offering is still shrouded in confusion, with many of those who rely on it or are interested in it not fully understanding how it relates to Office 365. In this article, we explain the difference between Microsoft 365 and Office 365 to dispel the confusion surrounding these […]
It’s estimated that last year employees in around 86 percent of organizations opened an email message that was designed by a cybercriminal to steal sensitive information or otherwise cause harm. Cybersecurity professionals have a fitting name for scams that involve fraudulent email messages that trick their recipients into doing something that’s against their best interest: […]
August 22, 2022: BCA IT, Inc. has been recognized as one of the world’s premier managed service providers on the prestigious Channel Futures 2022 NextGen 101 rankings. Channel Futures is pleased to name BCA IT, Inc. #16 of 101 leading MSP’s in the world.
To an outside observer, it may seem that the tech industry is constantly inventing new buzzwords (think cloud, big data, artificial intelligence, automation, and so on) to force innovation for the sake of innovation. In reality, IT buzzwords typically describe emerging technologies and practices that address real-world issues experienced by a large number of organizations.
Cybercrime has surged since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent global shift to hybrid work, with global cybercrime costs predicted to grow by 15 percent per year over the next five years, reaching $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. To protect their employees and avoid potentially costly cybersecurity incidents, many organizations are strengthening […]
Windows 11 has been available since October 5, 2021. As the successor to Windows 10, which was released in 2015, Microsoft’s latest operating system has to tick many boxes to prove itself worthy in the eyes of users, business owners, and IT professionals.
Accounting and law firms have always been seen as attractive targets by cybercriminals because of the sensitive nature of the work they do and the amount of important data stored on their computers. The GootLoader malware group unleashed a hacking campaign that exploited something accounting and law firms rely on every day: sample document templates.
It’s important to understand where security challenges come from, so they can be addressed to help you better secure your business. 1. Increasingly Sophisticated Cybersecurity Threats One of the biggest cybersecurity challenges is the growing sophistication of cybersecurity threats.