When most businesses consider updates and patches, they’re thinking about the operating system and software used on a computer or server. Those updates are vital to mitigating a data breach or malware infection.
Migrating Cloud Data? Avoid These Common Mistakes! Most Australian business have now fully adopted cloud technology as a necessary part of their workflow. The coronavirus pandemic made the cloud critical if companies still wanted to operate with remote employees and continue to reach customers.
Are All Forms of Two-Factor Authentication as Secure? (SMS vs App Prompt vs Key) As information and business processes have moved to the cloud, the incidents of account compromise have risen. Hackers go where the data is, and since it has moved to platforms run by companies like Microsoft, Amazon,
Why You Need Dark Web Monitoring Online crime has seen a major surge due to the pandemic, with online scams increasing more than 400% last March alone. While the rest of the world has been disrupted and adjusting to the new COVID restrictions, cyber criminals have been organising and creating
2021 Cybersecurity Trends Protecting your network and data from malware and other online threats is an activity that is never completely done. Cyberattacks are always evolving, with new threat variants being introduced and new twists on existing threats catching systems off guard.
What Is Microsoft Defender for Office 365? One of the benefits of using Microsoft 365 is that it offers a lot of different security protections, which are vital in today’s online threat environment.
All You Need to Know About Least Privilege When setting up any type of cloud account, there are typically going to be levels of access that you grant to users. For example, one user may have the ability to add and remove users, another may be able to edit, but
What Are the Easiest Ways to Boost Microsoft 365 Security? Implementing Microsoft 365 Security Tweaks is a must for any new Office 365 Tenant. Did you know that when you first sign up for a Microsoft 365 subscription that it’s not defaulted to the most secure settings?
4 Ways Your IT Network Can Be Infected with Ransomware Ransomware is one of the most dangerous forms of malware because it can bring a company to a screeching halt with zero access to their data or software.
8 Ways to Stay on Top of Your Network Security The security of your business network has multiple moving parts. It’s also become more complex this year in the wake of the pandemic and more work-from-home (WFH) employees.