Fight Back Against Cyber-Crooks In The Cloud – And Win

Many people don’t realize that their cloud applications, such as Office 365, are not being backed up by cloud service providers. Microsoft states that it is not their responsibility in its Services Agreement. To fully protect your company’s data, you need to backup and secure the data in your cloud applications; otherwise, you’re missing a massive chunk of information in your Disaster Recovery Plan.

COVID-19 Business Lesson - You Need A Disaster Plan

COVID-19 has taught businesses all over the world a brutal lesson—plan, or fail. Companies need to listen. XSolutions’ updated Disaster Recovery Plan Template makes disaster planning a snap. Download the free template now.

The 1 Secret About Office 365 That Can Destroy Your Backup Plans

Most users today depend on Microsoft Office 365. It is the best cloud application on the market today. It is also the most targeted by hackers. As wonderful as Office 365 is, there is one aspect that many users, including CIOs, don’t realize that can create a giant hole in a company’s Disaster Plan. Read on to find out what it is and what to do about it.

COVID-19 Scammers Step Up Attacks On Quarantined Workers

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COVID-19: What You Need To Do Now

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Clever Attack Hijacks Your MSO365 Account

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Crooks using hacked websites to download trojan malware

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Security Alert – Fake Windows Update Delivers Ransomware

Security blog, Threatpost warns of a SPAM email going around…

The (Bad) State Of Cybersecurity In Healthcare

Cybercriminals are gunning for the healthcare industry. Attacks on healthcare have increased exponentially, and experts expect things to get worse. Read on to find out the causes and what to do to stop this crisis.

Security Alert: Fake WebEx Invites Deliver Malware Instead

Scammers are getting more sophisticated. Their latest trick is sending fake WebEx invites that can mean BIG trouble if you click the “Join Meeting” link. Read on.