Category: Blog

Why Your Company Needs Privileged Access Management

According to Gartner, the worldwide information security market is projected to reach $170.4 billion by 2022. With the rise in the number of remote workers and with 95% of cybersecurity breaches being caused by human error, organizations are evolving their defenses and strategies.  A good way to add additional defenses against human error is to

How Efficient and Standardized is Your Remote Network?

In the rush to move to remote work, many businesses were quick to get a barebones network up that was not intended to be used long term. Companies now need to slow down and make sure their network is optimized and sustainable. From security to infrastructure, everything needs to run efficiently in order to protect

Are You Getting the Most Out of Office 365?

You made the move to Office 365 — now what? It’s time to make the transformation to what Microsoft has dubbed the “modern workplace,” a new way of working that will empower everyone to achieve more. This means you’ll need to switch your mindset from classic to modern, focusing on self-service functionality, decentralization, and a

What Are the Benefits of Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is the way of the future, especially with so many companies relying on remote access. The Cloud is built to run businesses effectively and efficiently, so it can support a team of any size. If your company is still relying on local servers, here are a few reasons why you should consider switching

Should Your Company Consider Outsourcing IT?

With many companies still operating in a work from home model, a strong IT team is more important than ever to ensure security across networks. The abrupt shift to remote work in the last year likely means your operations could use an update, and outsourcing could be a great solution as the world continues to

How is A.I. Aiding Security?

Prioritizing data security is more important now than ever before. Today’s cybersecurity threats are incredibly smart and sophisticated. Attackers are using advanced social engineering techniques to trick users into giving away important information or making security mistakes that give the attacker access to their network. Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and machine learning are beginning to be used

Security Trends to Look for in 2021

It’s a new year, which means new threats to your network security systems. 2020 saw a major shift to remote work, forcing IT teams to rethink cybersecurity and implement additional technologies like cloud services and digital collaborative tools. These changes will have a lasting impact, and the security trends this year reflect the risks that

Are Your Employees Trained to Combat Social Engineering Attacks?

The remote work environment is especially vulnerable to social engineering attacks because your employees are in the comfort of their own homes and may not know the signs they are being targeted. Ensuring your employees are trained to identify potential threats and incorporate practices that defend against them is important in keeping your company secure.

How to Check Your Network’s Security and When to Turn to MSP

With so many people working from home, it is important to make sure your company’s network is secure. Employees can be susceptible to phishing, baiting, and other cyberattacks. Are you prepared for these threats? There are a few ways to check network security yourself but calling in a managed service provider (MSP) is often the

Your Company is Remote But is it Secure?

2020 has forced many companies to rapidly switch their teams to remote work, sometimes moving hundreds of employees to remote access within days. IT teams across the globe scrambled to set up these new infrastructures, resulting in quickly patched-together solutions that may need reevaluation as companies settle into the remote work routine. Now is the