A robust cybersecurity program relies on understanding the organization’s risk posture. In today’s digitally connected world, data breaches have become an issue of when an organization will experience one, not if it will happen. With that in mind, evaluating and measuring risk is critical to becoming cyber resilient. Knowing how to perform a risk assessment and understand how it enables resiliency is mission-critical.
The Office 365 suite is already in place in many companies. Does everyone use it completely securely? Not necessarily. But be aware that Microsoft’s range of tools offers a host of security options that you and your employees should use to make this environment secure.
The topic of cloud migration has created a buzz in nearly every industry — if you’re not in the cloud yet, you’re looking for ways to get there. It’s an inevitable conclusion for most organizations looking to scale and grow their business, but it’s not always as easy as it sounds. Overcoming barriers early on and avoiding common mistakes can be the difference between a successful and disastrous cloud migration strategy.
Cloud computing has transformed the way companies use technology. It enables organizations of all sizes to keep up with consumer demand, and helps smaller companies compete with large enterprises. Cloud services have also made it easier for organizations to switch to remote work in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An unprecedented number of new challenges to cybersecurity were created in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic forced an unprecedented number of businesses out of the office to operate strictly online. This fueled a fertile environment for malicious actors to seek profit and sow chaos.