cloud security threats

The most concerning cloud security threats today (Part 1 of 2)

Creating capacity in on-premises (on-prem) IT infrastructure entails investing in more assets that may become idle if your business slows down. However, by leveraging the IT infrastructure of a cloud service provider (CSP), you avoid this risk and potentially save a lot of money in the process. This is because the cloud grants you the ability to rapidly create or remove user accounts and instances as needed, providing your business with scalability and adaptability. [...]

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migrating legacy data to the cloud

The biggest challenges of migrating legacy data to the cloud

More and more companies are migrating legacy data to the cloud for a variety of reasons. Chief among these reasons is the ease of access that comes with having data in the cloud. With all company data in one place that's accessible via the internet, on-site and remote employees can easily find what they need without wasting time navigating through disparate systems. [...]

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Best practices to secure your hybrid cloud environment

Best practices to secure your hybrid cloud environment

With cyberthreats rapidly evolving, not even the cloud is fully secure. If you’re using a hybrid cloud environment, however, you can customize your cloud’s security to mitigate the risk of cyber incidents. In this blog, we will talk about the best practices to secure your hybrid cloud environment. [...]

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boost cloud security

Five ways to boost cloud security in 2021

The cloud has been critical in keeping businesses operational since the pandemic hit, and experts predict that it will only continue to become invaluable in the future. As cloud technologies become a staple in the workplace, the need to keep them secure becomes even more vital. [...]

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business email compromise

How do you defend your business against business email compromise?

In a nutshell, business email compromise (BEC) is a broad category of cyberattack that uses email-based fraud to obtain access to sensitive and valuable business information. In a typical BEC attack, a cybercriminal poses as the victim’s superior (e.g., a manager or CEO) or a trusted party (e.g., business partner). The email directs the recipient to either share important information or it can tell the victim that a payment must be made to a new account. [...]

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