So, you need to migrate data. Maybe you want to switch from Office 365 to G Suite, shift from free Gmail to a paid license, or transfer information of a former employee to another G Suite account.
A third part of all former employees retains access to the company data after they leave. Why? Because of incompetent offboarding. Often G Suite admins don’t bother to migrate data from Google accounts of leaving employees and delete the accounts. In 2018 Coca-Cola suffered from a massive data breach from its former employee that affected 8000 workers. Coca-Cola survived this, but when something similar happens to a small or medium business, the consequences can be disastrous.
This G Suite Backup and G Suite Security Guide covers 9 burning-hot cloud security topics. The following articles will provide insights into practical cybersecurity, each is a simple step-by-step walkthrough to solve common problems using G Suite backup and G Suite security best practices. Enjoy your reading and invest in cyber resilience!
One of our customers, a company that is the leading CRM solutions provider, facing a problem when an employee left the company and tried to get access to corporate data. Thanks to Spinbackup’s innovative security tools, the company could securely transfer the employee’s data to another account to be managed and monitor the employee’s behavior until his departure.
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The cloud computing boom has brought many benefits to businesses regarding increased productivity and easier accessibility to corporate online systems. Unfortunately, it has also introduced some new security concerns and an increase in the number of data breaches that occur each year.
The main reason for this is that cloud services make it much easier to access and share data from outside the organization. In a traditional computing model, data breaches are most commonly caused by stolen hardware or a malicious attack on company systems. Data breaches from the cloud may simply be caused by a careless employee sharing files with the wrong person.