Lockdown has seen the threat of cybercrime increase significantly. More of your team are working from more locations, sharing more data, and connecting from more devices, and using more remote access tools. Hackers are very aware of this and they know that all these new technologies and working methods leave your staff more vulnerable to phishing and social engineering attempts than ever before.
Microsoft Azure is one of the largest cloud platforms in the world. Many businesses are taking advantage of cloud technologies to increase their efficiency and security. One of the ways businesses are doing this is by using cloud solutions like Azure Active Directory.
The cloud-based Azure Active Directory is replacing on-premises Active Directory. Let’s take a look at why businesses use Azure Active Directory. You’ll see how it works and how a Microsoft-certified managed Azure services provider like Carden IT can help.
In 2014 the UK government launched the Cyber Essentials scheme. This is a certification which asserts that companies who have qualified for Cyber Essentials are meeting the minimum required standards to be considered cyber secure.
There is absolutely no doubt that number and frequency of cyber-attacks is on the rise, and fast. With a Cyber Essentials certification, you can rest assured that you have completed all the recommended steps to offset the risk of a cyber-attack on your business.
Multi Factor Authenticator (MFA), sometimes referred to as 2 Factor Authentication (2FA), is a method of providing different forms of authentication methods towards a service, usually an online public facing one. You may however also find these on internal systems. Enabling MFA on your Office 365 tenant is a must, and you should do this TODAY.