The farther we get, the more methods and practices we need to secure our online environment. You get used to meeting two-step verification in such services as Google account, Apple ID, Dropbox, Facebook. It is a durable and handy way, which adds additional protection to your account. So we added this method as an integral part of our data protection technology.
Today, mobile devices, mostly tablets and smartphones, are widely expanding and becoming an integral part of our daily life. Users are increasingly storing their personal data on the devices, which they practically do not let out of their hands. It’s practical and useful, but at the same time, it gives rise to new problems. Easily accessible valuable information increases the risk of online threats. Every year, security of mobile devices and the stored data is being given more attention.
Cyber attacks should be of great concern for businesses of any size in this day and age. Data breaches are reaching epidemic levels, with 46 data records being stolen every second. As cyber security threat detection is essential for digital health of any organization, you need to identify the risk sources: external or internal.
Most companies focus on reducing the threats from outside the business. However threats originating from within the organization may be a bigger threat than most people realize. In fact one of the main causes of data breaches is an unintentional leak due to a careless employee.
With the technologies in cloud computing moving so fast, and adoption rates increasing rapidly, we can expect to see some exciting developments in 2017. At the same time, security risks are at an all time high and cloud services must constantly battle between developing new innovations and investing in proactive measures to keep cybercriminals out.
Many IT specialists are predicting that 2018 will be “the year of the cloud”, as companies increasingly have to deal with the backup needs of massive amounts of data, connect more and more devices to the Internet of Things, and start to appreciate the benefits that a cloud-based IT strategy can offer.
As the security threat landscape evolves, enterprise organizations continuously invest into data protection solutions aimed at preventing massive data breaches, Ransomware, phishing scams and other sophisticated cyber attacks.
Looking back at 2017 Spinbackup has made it a priority to offer state-of-the-art solutions to the problems above. So take a cup of coffee, relax, and have a look at our best articles providing solutions to your most serious G Suite security concerns.
Across the Google cloud ecosystem lies one of the most crucial organizational storage viz. Drive. Google Drive is the major application component of G Suite – which is primarily a collection of multiple applications used for enhancing productivity and collaboration across the enterprise. Google Drive is primarily a platform to store all of an organization and individual data within a single place. This data can be accessed securely in a controlled manner across multiple platforms.
In March 2017, at the Google Next conference, Google announced new improvements and enrichments to Google Drive via introducing multiple features resulting in more secure service and striking for enterprise customers. Even though security has always been a priority for G Suite applications, the new features introduced transcend security along with enhancing access, collaborative and migration capabilities.
Computer software is often prone to attacks. This could be due to internal or external reasons. One of such attacks is caused by a security hole which is then exploited by hackers. A zеrо dау vulnerability is a hоlе in computer ѕоftwаrе thаt iѕ not fixed by the vеndоr. When hackers find this hole, they take advantage of it — thiѕ еxрlоit is саllеd a zеrо dау attack.
Blockchain Innovations Travel Easy and Far
Ideas, inventions, devices, and technology innovations spread readily and far across the world. In the 21st century, Blockchain is growing into a new technological institution that will fundamentally change how people exchange value and build trust. It will become a game-changer for existing formal institutions such as government, finance, and corporate, and will remove and reduce major constraints to economic development, including bribery and intransparency of supply chains. It will also greatly influence the cultural and financial exchange in the world.
Organizations moving to the public cloud are faced with serious challenges to security and security related processes. Generally speaking, organizations maintaining on-premise infrastructure have total control over security and policies related to securing access to data, data loss prevention, and data security. When moving to the public cloud however, how can organizations provide this same, or even superior, level of data protection, data leak prevention, and data security?
Some people believe that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the ability to amplify our natural human intelligence, as long as it remains in good hands. Let’s take a closer look at AI and how it can benefit – or negatively influence – our lives in the near future.
Artificial intelligence is progressing at a rapid pace and we often associate it with science fiction movies where we see robots performing human-like tasks. Today, Artificial Intelligence deployment is very vast – from controlling autonomous weapons, to powering Google search algorithms.