5 Ways To Protect Your Business Data Online This Year

5 Ways To Protect Your Business Data Online This Year

Last year we spoke a lot about how to protect your business IT systems, as growth in home working due to the Covid-19 pandemic had caused an increase in cyber attacks. Now, as 2021 starts to take shape, it is clear that the pandemic is going nowhere, and thus the risks to your business data are higher than ever. Whether you are in the workplace, working from home, or have teams split between the two, the chances are that you are logging into systems and online accounts in the course of your day to day operations. Without the proper protection in place, you could be compromising sensitive details about your business, your workload and your customers. 

To help you navigate your way through the working year, we have prepared these 5 top tips to protect your business data online: 

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How to Protect Your Workforce From Covid-19 Themed Phishing Emails

How to Protect Your Workforce From Covid-19 Themed Phishing Emails

2020 has catapulted even the most technology-resistant businesses into the digital age. The Covid-19 pandemic, and subsequent lockdowns, forced most office-based businesses into a new home-working era. With this has come an increase in cyber security threats, and in particular, phishing emails. 

With every new development, whether positive – such as an advance in technology, or negative – as in the case of Covid-19, comes increased opportunities for cyber criminals to expose the cracks in our defences.   

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The dangers of consent phishing for Office 365 users and how to protect your data

The dangers of consent phishing for Office 365 users and how to protect your data

In the last few months, as a result of the pandemic, a record number of businesses have switched to remote working, using cloud technology such as Office 365 to ensure that they can operate fully with the majority, if not all key staff working from home rather than in the office. However, despite the many benefits of the shift to remote working, it has also exposed businesses to further security threats, for example, consent phishing attacks. 

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