Terry Allen, Senior Security Consultant at OXEN Technology, discusses the risks of data loss in the cloud. Who is responsible for your data stored in cloud services and apps? Why should you consider backing up your cloud data?
Does your organization handle sensitive financial information for clients? If so, you’re probably required to create and maintain a security plan to protect client data, per the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999 (also known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act).
A wireless solution, or a Wi-Fi network, is a necessity now for businesses, schools, and pretty much any type of facility. Allowing your employees, students, or visitors the ability to work and connect effectively with their devices is now assumed.
Microsoft Forms is a powerful tool in your Microsoft 365 subscription. You can use it to create secure internal forms to capture data for your PowerAutomate flows or to design feedback surveys for your customers.
With the many events of 2020, you might think that cybersecurity has not been as big of a deal in the grand scheme of things. However, it not only held its ground in the public eye but unfortunately continued to increase its relevance to businesses and individuals alike. There are many statistics about the growth of different threats and trends in cybersecurity. The summary? They continue to increase; there is no slowing down. The sobering reality is that most people have been hacked or know someone who has been. This is the most important fact that small businesses should consider…
Security remains one of the most important areas that businesses need to focus on. How can you expand your security capabilities? What can you consider doing today to improve your business's defensive measures? Here are some of our top tips.
Are you ready to take a proactive approach to security for your organization? You can improve your “human firewall” with security education, dark web assessment, phishing tests, and more for your employees!
OXEN has been following the SolarWinds breach since the news broke about it in December 2020. OXEN does not use the affected software internally, nor do we use it to support any client networks. There is currently no indication that any OXEN vendors have been affected.