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Endpoint Security


Insiders cause 20% of data breaches

Apart from external attackers, organizations need to consider another type of threat when planning their cybersecurity strategy: insider threats. There are different types of insiders. On the one hand, there are people who have secret knowledge and unintentionally create risk openings within an organization; and on the other, there are others who intend to cause harm, motivated by profit, extortion, or personal grievance. This means insiders can be classified as follows.


Endpoint protection offers an anti-ransomware measure for legal firms

For legal professionals, digital transformation also delivers significant benefits. Integrating technologies such as e-signatures, automating contract creation, Cloud-based collaboration tools, AI-powered documents, clause and contract review tools, and Cloud-based services are boosting the competitiveness of law firms in the post-pandemic world. However, these technological advantages for legal professionals can be threatened through exposure to cybercrime.


Move to Stronger Resilience as an MSP with a Business-Grade MFA

In today’s business climate, more companies are looking for ways to enable their employees to work remotely. While this can certainly have its benefits, it also presents a unique set of challenges – not the least of which is how to keep your data secure. That’s where multi-factor authentication (MFA) comes in.


Software updates and patching: the right formula against cyberattacks

Something as common and widely known as a software update can prevent major cyberattacks from happening, as they incorporate patches that fix system vulnerabilities. Prioritizing updates may seem a burdensome and inconvenient task for users, because computers and servers have to restart to perform installation, which interrupts users when they are working.


How can healthcare reinvent itself in the Cloud to prevent cyber threats?

Technological advances in the healthcare sector have led to increased interconnectivity and Cloud-based infrastructures in order to maintain physical distance due to COVID-19 and address the urgent need to deal with overwhelming patient volumes through online care. According to data from Global Markets Insights, the healthcare Cloud computing market was valued at over $29 billion in 2020 and is expected to be worth $79.3 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of 13.4%.