What is Conditional Access?

Not that long ago, there used to be servers on premise at every business. Staff used to log into their computers and authenticate through an active directory. And when people were working from home, they would use VPN.

But now we have hybrid setups — with employees working from anywhere — and these same measures won’t protect your company from cyberattacks.

Cybersecurity: From “Fine” to Fort Knox

Executives frequently think they are “fine” when it comes to cybersecurity. That typically means they have some security measures in place they feel comfortable with, but those are rarely enough for the threats coming our way tomorrow.

Having a firewall, anti-virus and multi-factor authentication is a good start.

How to Protect Your Business From Cyberattacks

Cyberattacks are becoming a regular part of the news cycle. Businesses around the world, as well as federal departments in the U.S., and many other organizations, are being hit with ransomware totalling millions of dollars.

Recognizing this troubling trend, we recently hosted a Cybersecurity 101 webinar to discuss the top cybersecurity risks facing businesses today.

Three Cybersecurity Tips

As the global pandemic took hold, so did many hackers, who used the pandemic as an opportunity to attack businesses and organizations — and they did it in record numbers.

Phishing attacks, where users mistakenly click on a link or download an attachment with malware, spiked by 510% in January-February 2020 alone, according to the 2021 Webroot BrightCloud Threat Report.