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Top 5 Top Cyber Security Predictions for 2019

2017 was the biggest year of cyber security threats in history, and it’s only increased from then. There’s been data destruction, embezzlement, intellectual property theft, personal and financial data theft, and the list goes on. This is why it’s important to stay on top of the current trends and be ready for the cyber security issues to come for 2019. Here’s what will probably happen to make sure security is up to snuff.

Million-Dollar Data Breach Fines

Think about Facebook and Uber, both underwent serious cyber security concerns. They ended up not only needed to pay exorbitant fines, but having to rebrand a bit. These million-dollar data breach fines can only grow higher as security issues climb. Companies may even lose billions just ignoring the need for internet monitoring software. Many businesses use Skype monitoring to maintain control over what their employees are doing. More about this topic...

Monitoring Skype for Business Online to Ensure Excellent End User Experience

Do you own or run a business, school or government agency which uses Skype or another Instant Messenger program? Wishing there was an easy way to monitor, filter and block what users are doing on Skype? With Pearl IM.Echo you can! At Pearl Software, we specialize in creating programs that help keep people safe and productive while on the clock, ensuring that your business, school or agency is running as smoothly as possible.

While Microsoft Office 365 has some reporting tools for Skype, there is a lot to be desired. Many business owners don’t want to waste they money or time looking through communications online, luckily with IM.Echo you no longer have to. IM.Echo can actually block sensitive files or even data from ever being sent via your network, ensuring that your customers and employees are always safe. IM.Echo also has built-in reporting that can let you know what your users are doing while on the computer and even who they are talking to. More about this topic...