Cloud data storage comes with lots of benefits and is now a norm rather than an exception. If you’re going to use your cloud storage safely, you need to identify who is responsible for data security. Data security responsibilities often depend on the type of model you’re using.
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Most businesses will be using the cloud in some way or another during 2020. If yours is going to be one of them, you need to create a strategy. By planning what you need the cloud for and how you’ll use it, adopting a strategy is easier than you think.
The average US security breach costs $7.81 million, making data security essential for any business. It’s clear that inadequate security policies put you at risk. But did you know this extends to mobile devices too? Here are 7 things you need to keep mobile data secure.
When you benefit from BYOD, you won’t want to abandon your policy anytime soon. However, you do have a responsibility to use such policies safely. With our guidance, you can implement BYOD without introducing risks to your business. This way you gain flexibility and security.
Compliance is an essential aspect of any strategy. But the data shows many organizations aren’t giving it the attention it needs.
There is no choice in the matter — your business needs to be compliant with all the applicable regulations. But how do you make sure that this is the case? And how do you make sure your business stays this way? Take a look at our tips.
Business continuity and disaster recovery are vital for your business. They should also be aligned with one another. Explore how your organization can do just that, ensuring that you minimize downtime and can continue operations.
How easily would your business bounce back after a disaster or cyber attack? Business resilience is the evolution of disaster recovery and a cut above simply ‘being ready’. There are steps you can take to make your business more resilient. Let’s take a look at what they are.
Don’t be a victim of whale phishing! Learn what it is and the important steps to take to avoid becoming a victim of it.
Spear phishing attacks are very dangerous for businesses. Here’s what you can do to defend yourself against them.