5 Ways to Prevent Human Error Disasters

Posted by Sydney Diedrich on Sep 12, 2019 2:13:13 PM

Human error isn't a rare occurrence. In 2017 Amazon experienced an outage of its S3 servers due to a typo by an Amazon employee. Also in 2017, a British Airways engineer caused a data center outage resulting in the cancellation of 400+ flights. The Uptime Institute claims that 70% of data center outages are caused by human error. In fact, it has become the leading cause of data breaches for companies worldwide. While human error is the most common culprit of data center downtime, it's also the most preventable.

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Topics: DRaaS, Human Error

The Do's and Don'ts of Password Creation and Security

Posted by Peter Zeller on Aug 9, 2019 9:41:42 AM

There you are, on a deadline, frantically working against the clock.

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Topics: SECaaS, Human Error, Cloud Security, Password Best Practices

4 Key Cybersecurity Tips to Prevent Human Error Breaches

Posted by Manas Parthasarathy on Jul 16, 2019 9:15:52 AM

In the cybersecurity field, we often focus on the technical causes and methods by which cyberattacks are carried out, new developments, and vulnerabilities that need to be addressed. However, that’s only half the battle when addressing (or preferably, preventing) a cyberattack. 

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Topics: Human Error, cybersecurity

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