How To Ensure Security And Productivity While Working Remotely
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, remote work has become the “new normal” for both employees and employers. While there are benefits to working from home for many employees, it means that businesses have to find ways to keep employees both secure and productive, especially since cyberattacks have been getting out of hand. Here are some stats noted by organizations since the start of the pandemic:
Reducing the Risk of Third-Party SaaS Apps to Your Organization
Reducing the Risk of Third-Party SaaS Apps to Your Organization Such apps may try to leak your data, or can contain malicious code. And even legitimate apps may be poorly written, creating security risks.
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How to reduce the risk of third-party SaaS apps
Third-party SaaS apps (and extensions) can significantly extend the functionality and capabilities of an organization’s public cloud environment, but they can also introduce security concerns. Many have permission to read, write, and delete sensitive data, which can have a tremendous impact on security, business, and compliance risk.
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The Impact of Ransomware on Cloud Services and How to Stop Attacks – Cyber Defense Magazine
With so many organizations moving to the cloud, ransomware is a real concern for businesses everywhere. Spin’s Davit Asatryan recently sat down with @cyberdefensemagazine to discuss the impact of ransomware on cloud services and how to stop attacks. See his article in the November issue here
How HR Teams Can Minimize the Risks of Cybersecurity Threats
Cybersecurity threats are a significant concern for businesses across the board, especially those currently supporting remote workers due to the coronavirus pandemic. How can your HR team make sure they’re minimizing cybersecurity risks? Check out our latest article on HR.com
The Science Of Orchestrating Apps And Extensions For Enterprises
One of the root problems of app security is lack of control. By 2023, Gartner predicts that “40% of professional workers will orchestrate their business application experiences and capabilities like they do their music streaming services.” Individuals within large organizations can install apps and extensions without the IT department's knowledge. This makes shadow IT one of the biggest threats to organizations in 2020.
G Suite a Key Target: Keep Your Data Protected
Security issues using cloud-based office applications are compounded as more employees work from home, thus driving the need for enhanced data protection. For many organizations, Google’s G Suite is an integral piece of the day-to-day operations of running a business. From emails to spreadsheets, sensitive company data is now easily accessible to your team on desktops, laptops, and smartphones, improving efficiency and productivity.
5 keys to protecting OneDrive users
With the dramatic shift toward remote workforces over the last three months, many organizations are relying more heavily on cloud tools and application suites. One of the most popular is Microsoft’s OneDrive. While OneDrive may seem like a secure cloud storage solution for companies looking to use Microsoft’s suite of business tools, many glaring security issues can expose sensitive data and personally identifiable information (PII) if proper protection protocols are ignored. Data theft, data loss, ransomware