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‘NOBODY IS IMMUNE:’ Businesses face growing risks, costs from cyber threats
Cybercrime cost Michigan victims more than $181.6 million in 2021.
Acrisure bolsters cyber services division with two acquisitions
GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Rapids-based fintech company and global insurance broker Acrisure LLC has added to its cyber services business with two acquisitions.
Norton Shores-based Next I.T. acquired by leading cybersecurity firm
NORTON SHORES — A West Michigan information technology service provider has been acquired by a leading cybersecurity and tech firm that executives say will bring more resources and capital backing for growth.
Video Q&A: Cybersecurity expert discusses best practices, emerging trends
Richard Maloley, senior security consultant with Grand Rapids-based software and I.T. firm OST, discusses best practices for small and mid-sized businesses to confront cybersecurity breaches and threats.
Experts: Few manufacturers are paying attention to looming cybersecurity requirements
Manufacturers that supply the defense industry will need to adhere to a new set of uniform cybersecurity standards in order to bid on contracts from the U.S. Department of Defense.
Businesses need to address human error to prepare for cyber threats
Angela Hill offers a unique perspective in providingcybersecurity and general I.T. services to clients. Hill went to work with the U.S. Navy after 9/11 as a military intelligence analyst and a federal contractor for intelligence organizations.
Senior living facilities prepare residents for cybersecurity threats
Technology proved to be a blessing for residents in West Michigan senior care facilities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. At times, it was the only avenue for these individuals to remain in contact with friends, family and loved ones.
Cyberattack caused global shutdowns for Steelcase, potential for delayed shipments
GRAND RAPIDS — A recent cyberattack caused global operations for office furniture manufacturer Steelcase Inc. to shut down for two weeks, according to new information the company submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.