1211, 2020

Ditch the Old Approach to Cybersecurity- Adopt a Zero Trust Model

By |November 12, 2020|Categories: Agilitec IT Blog, Best Practices, Security|0 Comments

As workplaces become more modern, devices become more sophisticated, and cyber-attacks become more common, we have to make our information more secure. The classic approach to cybersecurity was to build an impenetrable wall around your network and only allow access to your information from within it. Though that was once [...]

311, 2020

How To Foster A Culture of Cybersafety Utilizing Microsoft 365 Features

By |November 3, 2020|Categories: Agilitec IT Blog, Security, Technology|0 Comments

Cybersecurity measures are some of the most important precautions you need to take as a business leader. 60% of small business that experience a cyberattack, don’t financially recover. With cybercriminal activity on the rise, you need to be able to take your cybersecurity into your own hands. Microsoft 365 is [...]

2610, 2020

What Can You Do To Improve Your Microsoft Secure Score?

By |October 26, 2020|Categories: Agilitec IT Blog, eTechTip, How To|Tags: , , |0 Comments

In Microsoft 365, you can quickly and easily get a pulse on how secure your information by utilizing Secure Score. In a world where the number of cyberattacks is only increasing, it is not a matter of if your business will be attacked, it's a matter of when. It is [...]

1410, 2020

How to Create An Effective Data Loss Prevention Plan In Microsoft 365

By |October 14, 2020|Categories: Agilitec IT Blog|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

One of the most significant blind spots in maintaining cybersecurity is user error. The majority of cyberattacks specifically target employees, manipulating them to share sensitive dates or click on malicious links. Cybersecurity efforts that help mitigate employee error help to minimize their threat. In Microsoft 365, you can use a [...]

2105, 2020

The Primary Cause for Ransomware Attacks? Your Untrained Employees

By |May 21, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The threat of ransomware is one that too many businesses still underestimate. The security standard many businesses operate under is five to ten years outdated—antivirus software and firewalls will not protect you from a ransomware attack that gets access to your system via a phishing email or social engineering scam. [...]

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