5 Use Cases for Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on May 5, 2021 1:10:52 PM

      Most organizations have multiple security controls to detect suspicious behavior and identify security threats. But these mechanisms often work in isolation, making it difficult to get a comprehensive view of the network environment. As cyber-attacks become more sophisticated, isolated security controls will prove inadequate for monitoring and protecting a distributed network. 

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      Topics: Cybersecurity, SIEM, Security, Security Information and Event Management

      The Impact a Pandemic Can Have on Cybersecurity

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on Feb 3, 2021 9:15:18 AM

      Thanks to the current coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), we’re all living in a new normal where masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing have become a part of our daily routines, but the pandemic not only changed the way we live and socialize. It has also changed the way we work in major ways. 

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      Topics: Cybersecurity, Pandemic, COVID-19, Pandemic Planning

      5 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2021

      Posted by May Elliott on Dec 9, 2020 11:30:36 AM

      Cybersecurity innovations are continuously introduced to combat the ever-increasing attacks that countless organizations face each year. Corporate data breaches enabled by phishing attempts, ransomware, and malicious software are the plague of big business, and year over year the stakes get higher. Many organizations take advantage of these cybersecurity innovations and are increasing efforts to combat new threats as technology advances, but when the global coronavirus pandemic came knocking at the end of Q1 it brought an onslaught of new challenges for 2020. From the beta-like remote work model to new demands in the finance and healthcare sectors, the demand for new cybersecurity innovations has spiked, and as the year draws to a close with numerous cyber casualties reported, many have begun to speculate on cybersecurity trends for 2021 and how they will alter the overall landscape of advanced digital security.

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      Topics: Cybersecurity, Cyberattacks, Security, remote workforce, 2021

      5 Security Threats Faced by the Mobile Workforce

      Posted by May Elliott on Dec 7, 2020 11:00:00 AM

      Before the Covid-19 pandemic, only 17 percent of employees worked from home on a regular basis. Now, 44 percent of employees work from home 5 or more days a week.

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      Topics: Cybersecurity, Cyber Threats, Cloud Solutions, Cyberattacks, Mobile Workforce

      Top 7 Tips & Best Practices for Remote Workforce Data Security

      Posted by May Elliott on Dec 3, 2020 12:45:16 PM

      The Covid-19 pandemic has not only caused anxiety to everyday persons, as worry about personal health and the health of our loved ones cloud our thoughts. But it has also caused increasing headaches for chief information security officers and IT professionals who now have to consider the additional data security threats and challenges involved in moving to a remote workforce. 

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      Topics: Cybersecurity, Cloud Solutions, Security, COVID-19, remote workforce

      How to Proactively Prevent Hackers from Accessing Your Network

      Posted by May Elliott on Dec 2, 2020 12:39:49 PM

      Digital hacking continues to become a more advanced problem as the age of the internet progresses and new technologies are introduced. From the theft of credit card information all the way up to wide-scale corporate data theft, hackers have contributed heavily to the fear and danger that many experience when using the internet. In recent years, hackers have breached network security in an attempt to steal or damage everything from financial data to election tallies, and organizations in the business world around the globe have been negatively affected as a result. 2020 has hosted entirely new challenges for businesses as the world strives to cope with a global pandemic that many hackers seek to exploit. Churning out spam email with bitcoin ransom demands, these hackers have created new problems that even the World Health Organization has had to endure, and those businesses with employees working from home are now susceptible to a new breed of data theft making the need for cybersecurity solutions tantamount to the success of their organizations.

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      Topics: Cloud Security, Cybersecurity, Cloud Solutions, Cyberattacks, hackers

      The Basics of Email Security

      Posted by May Elliott on Nov 18, 2020 11:10:00 AM

      Advancements in technology have enabled organizations to do more than ever, especially in the digital space. But along with the good comes the bad, and those with negative intentions know how to target your organization’s most sensitive areas. Your email is often a weak link when it comes to security because it constantly travels in and out of your organization’s network, leaving it vulnerable to attack by way of viruses and other malware, ransomware, and phishing attempts. With a lack of email security, your business is left open to these attacks – but implementing reinforced email security controls can protect your email, your employees’ email, and ultimately your data from unauthorized use. 

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      Topics: Cloud Security, Cybersecurity, Email Security, Cloud Solutions, Cyberattacks

      A Guide to a Secure Black Friday and Cyber Monday

      Posted by May Elliott on Nov 17, 2020 1:38:43 PM

      Black Friday and Cyber Monday are notorious for crazy shoppers and deals, however, in the age of COVID-19 and social distancing, things are going to be a bit different, with majority of shopping being done online.

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      Topics: Disaster Recovery, Backup, SECaaS, Cybersecurity, SIEM, Cyber Threats, Email Security, Holidays, Security as a Service, Pandemic, COVID-19, security for laptops

      5 Ways to Protect Your Microsoft Office 365 Data

      Posted by May Elliott on Nov 16, 2020 9:00:00 AM

      Each year, more companies and organizations advance their adoption of crucial operating software, such as Microsoft Office 365, and the need for cloud-based backup and security solutions becomes increasingly pressing. Microsoft Office 365 security features offer various options that are built into the fabric of the software itself, but as more reliance is placed on an organization’s digital data, the need to have more robust solutions in place that can handle both accidental and deliberate damage is paramount.

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      Topics: Cybersecurity, Office 365 Backup, Email Security, Cloud Solutions

      Cloud Security Services 411

      Posted by May Elliott on Nov 12, 2020 9:14:14 AM

      Cloud security has become an extremely important tool as digital cloud storage solutions enables businesses to share data remotely with global employees, business travelers, clients, and other authorized users. But how is it protected within your business? Cloud services such as OneDrive or Dropbox have security built into their design, but in many scenarios, this isn’t enough to provide adequate protection to suit your organization’s security needs.  Cyber-attacks have plagued businesses for years, and have recently created significant problems for companies that have numerous employees working remotely from their homes as a result of the global pandemic. The need for cloud security has increased drastically with these additional access points being opened up across cities and countries, and without the proper protection, security breaches are imminent. Your data requires advanced protection when it leaves the confines of your network, and there are many cloud security solutions that can help to provide the necessary armor.

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      Topics: Cloud Security, Cybersecurity, Cloud Solutions, Security

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