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As our 2015 State of SMB Cybersecurity report revealed, most of you (a whopping 77%) are primarily concerned about the enemy within. Employees, your company’s greatest asset, are also its greatest liability. Whether through accident, ignorance, or pure evil intent, employees present some serious challenges to cloud security. Not to worry though, we’ve identified the top three threats they pose and we’re ready to equip you with some actionable solutions. After all, every Batman needs a Robin.
[This post is part of a two part series on tackling the top 3 cloud security challenges today's IT pros face.]
2014 is wrapping up quickly, meaning we’re all finalizing budgets and plans for 2015. And cybersecurity is certainly on our minds with this year's blockbuster hacks such as Sony and Home Depot. With these giants poised to be making some IT security investments in the near future, can the same be said for the not so giant companies in 2015? From CloudEntr’s 2015 State of SMB Cybersecurity report, 90% of IT pros said they were concerned about cloud security and detailed their security plans in 2015 to combat breaches. We discuss their top 3 priorities and what that looks like for your business nest year.
When it comes to controlling access to on location business applications, let’s face it, Microsoft’s Active Directory (AD) is the de facto standard. For years, businesses like yours have been investing in their AD infrastructures. But how does that help you when it comes to the cloud? Today, we are thrilled to announce the release of the all new Active Directory Integration for CloudEntr! With CloudEntr and Active Directory, manage access to all your business services (on location and cloud) in one place.
The burden of looking out for and defending against cybercrime doesn't fall on patrons - instead, it falls squarely on the shoulders of enterprises.
With the burgeoning market for smart technology, are we prepared with the resources to defend these new devices?
By taking a positive and proactive approach to securing your enterprise, you can make sure that your organization is not the next target.