Category: Office 365 Ransomware Protection

Office 365 Security Guide 2018

office 365 security guide helps enterprise address cloud security concerns

This Office 365 security Guide contains a list of Office 365 security best practices administrators should implement to protect their data in Microsoft Office 365, one of the most powerful business productivity suites housed in the public cloud today. Many businesses today are either already running business-critical services and applications in Microsoft’s Office 365 environment or they are considering the move from on-prem to public cloud by way of Office 365. Office 365 certainly touts some really great benefits for organizations looking to move to the public cloud. As with any technology solution used for business today, it must be scrutinized for any potential security risks.

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Cloud Ransomware Protection for Top Cloud Storage Solutions

cloud ransomware protection

Ransomware has arguably been the most commonly talked about topic in the security world regarding risks to organizations and their data. In the past few years, ransomware has made a name for itself with its destructive nature and high-profile headlines, with large numbers of organizations being affected in large scale ransomware infections, such as Petya and now Bad Rabbit and others.

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Office 365 Security Best Practices for Ransomware Protection

best practices for office 365 ransomware protection

The single most valuable technical possession of businesses today is their data. Data is crucial to most business-critical operations that happen for most organizations and it is at the heart of most services and processes that are involved with normal everyday activities. Protecting your data is like protecting your livelihood if you are a business. In fact, the results of losing data for any reason can lead to serious adverse effects for businesses.

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Port of San Diego Ransomware Attack. Protect Cloud Data

Port of San Diego Ransomware Attack. How to Protect Public Cloud Data

Organizations today must protect business-critical systems and data. It is required to maintain business continuity and SLAs. One of the tremendous threats to business-critical data today is ransomware. Ransomware attempts to extort money from businesses and individuals by holding data for ransom. This malicious attack method has been very successful over the past few years with victims ranging from individual home users all the way up to major corporations. Recently, just a few days ago at the time of this writing, a ransomware attack resulted in the ransom of data at two ship ports – the Port of San Diego and the Port of Barcelona.

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