Are all SaaS applications for G Suite safe? Unfortunately, no. Some apps may be fake and some have potential security gaps or other risks. But you need to ensure that apps you use won’t lead to a loss of your data. And we are here to help you.
Securing today’s technology solutions is perhaps one of the most difficult challenges looming on the horizon for organizations looking to secure and protect business-critical and customer data.
Cybersecurity is no doubt topping your list of priorities as a business owner. There is arguably not a greater danger to your business than the possibility of a cyber attack that leaves your business-critical data either compromised or destroyed.
Your data has become more valuable than ever before! With the rising cost and value of your data, there are also numerous threats to that data across the board. This can include the ever-growing threat of malware such as ransomware and other cybersecurity threats, or it could be the threat posed each and every day from end-users who may mistakenly delete business-critical data.
SpinOne gives you more visibility and control over everything concerning your G Suite data. With SpinOne’s G Suite Domain Audit functionality, you can monitor various domain activities such as installed apps and data transfer. Let’s take a closer look at these activities and how reviewing them helps you.
Never has there been a more dangerous time for your business and your data. The threat landscape for businesses today is filled with many different security threats and attack vectors used by hackers and other malicious individuals. On the world scene, 2020 has already been a challenging year for businesses across the board with COVID-19.
If you supply or provide services (including consulting) for the Department of Defense, NASA, or other federal or state agencies, you need to meet NIST SP 800-171 compliance requirements.
Keeping your data secure is not a piece of cake these days. With all the data breaches happening every second, no wonder it is expected that yearly worldwide spending on cybersecurity will have reached over $133.7 billion by 2022.