The Data Protection Commission Ireland published a couple of tips and orientations on how to keep your data protected when working from home or remotely. Cyberattacks still on the rise and using COVID-19 as a fishing technique to attract users and get what they want. So, now more than ever, it’s time to protect our devices and make sure that we are working from home in a safe way from both perspectives, from the company and its users.
Since all of us got trapped in our houses to comply with the new social distancing rules and work from home recommendations, Microsoft Teams usage exploded all over the world. One of the reasons is because its use is intuitive and pretty straightforward.
If you are new to the use of Microsoft Teams due to the social distancing measures adopted to fight coronavirus spread, this article might help you.
Since its launch, Microsoft Teams is gaining more and more attention. The success is a result of the useful features and easy integration. The application is basically a hub for teamwork integrating tools and capabilities to help works in their daily routine. It’s the primary client for Intelligent Communications in Office 365, replacing Skype for Business Online over time.
The main concern for businesses when using applications for remote work is related to data breaches and potential data losses. Microsoft recently added its data loss prevention capabilities to Microsoft Teams chat and channel messages for users licensed for Office 365 Advanced Compliance. The new capability adds one more layer of protection for companies’ data and more safety for Microsoft Teams users. We gathered below some information from Microsoft, which can help to set up the option.
We all know that pressure can lead to bad decisions and possible mistakes, there is no novelty with it. The point is that in business daily routines sometimes we can’t eliminate the “pressure factor”. According to Dr. Daniel Friedland, CEO of Super SmartHealth, it’s possible to avoid the probability of bad decisions with the right practices and processes.
Cybersecurity is the main concern for every company. It doesn’t require an enterprise to be big to be a potential target for a cyber-attack. Data shows that most of the attacks happen as a result of an end-user vulnerability or wrong actions. For example, 83 percent of global organisations experienced phishing attacks during 2018, according to Proofpoint, which analysed end-user responses to more than 130 million questions administered during email-security training over 14 months from January 2018.
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