Do you use Microsoft’s widely used Office 365 software? You should be on high alert or you might be the victim of the latest phishing campaign circulating around the web.
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The threat landscape has evolved significantly in recent years. It feels like every day we read another headline about an organization getting breached. With the average cost of a data breach totaling $3,500,000, enterprises need a security solution they can rely on.
Organizations have been rapidly adopting cloud technologies and implementing organizational cloud strategies. Increasingly, these organizations are using third-party services to migrate their email services to Office 365 and other cloud services. Unfortunately, many companies that utilized a third-party for their cloud migration find themselves with configurations that reduced their security posture. If you’ve moved to […]
By now, you’re well aware of phishing and the threat it presents. You probably even think twice before clicking a link sent to you by a stranger. But, just as you’ve gotten familiar with the latest cyber threat, a new threat emerges. SMiShing.
Ransomware attacks continue to be a regular cause of business interruption. While most attacks don’t make it into the news, you may remember the Atlanta ransomware attack that gripped headlines in 2018.
If you know how costly downtime is for your organization but you’re not sure how you can implement downtime defenses, you’ve come to the right place. Learn five actionable cybersecurity tips that will prevent downtime for your organization. We initially developed these tips for the manufacturing sector because they have the most to lose from […]
Implementing a backup solution is a good first step towards keeping your organization productive and avoiding costly downtime. But, not all backups are made the same.
If you’ve been backing up to tape and manually testing your backups, it’s time to consider a cloud backup solution. Traditional backups are okay, but they have their limitations. For true protection, take your backups to the next level with intelligent business continuity.
You likely have some form of backup in place at your organization. Maybe you’re using external hard drives, USB drives, or backup with tape. These are okay options if the alternative is not having any backup in place, but these solutions have limitations that can be quite costly.
If your office is moving to a new location and you need to box up items, you might think about a do-it-yourself approach, which could save you money. When you need to backup your Office 365 data, a do-it-yourself approach is not a good idea.