This post is a roundup of our security guides, checklists, and blogs that will help you assess your own company’s defenses and educate your entire organization on the important role they play in keeping your company safe and secure.
iV4's Security Awareness Training Content Bundle provides over 10 pieces of content covering a variety of security topics in a language end-users can understand.
Only 42% of organizations fully recover their data from a ransomware attack and 50% of victims experience repeat attacks. Read through iV4's Ransomware Prep checklist to learn what you can do to defend yourself from Ransomware.
Compiled by iV4’s Security Team, 11 Things You Should Do Immediately To Lock Down Your Office 365 walks your Office 365 global admins through key actions needed to potentially prevent an incident from occurring.
Take a look at the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding cybersecurity.
Take a look at three things you can do to help secure your Office 365 tenancy that won't cost you a penny.
iV4's Chief Technology Officer, Michael Montagliano, provides insight on what key characteristics make up a solid cybersecurity provider. Take a look at what he has to say.
Security is a top-of-mind concern in every organization today. Recently, Microsoft released a free security analytics tool to help improve security posture– Office 365 Secure Score.
There are three areas that would make our list for must-haves in an effective security program.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month! Print this free poster and hang it in your break room or common area.
Cyber criminals have stolen 143 million credit records in the recent hacking scandal at big-three credit bureau Equifax.
One of the most formidable threats in the digital landscape is ransomware. Attackers have committed to leveraging this simplistic form of digital extortion and have custom tailored the delivery vehicles. As seen in the headlines around the world, ransomware has officially left its’ mark.
Passwords are the security guards keeping your private information protected from cyber criminals attempting to gain access. Take a look at some best practices for creating passwords and keeping information secure.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness month and I'm slightly ashamed to admit that before stumbling upon a recent tweet, I was unaware of this. Lately, it seems we can hardly go a day or two without hearing about the latest successful hack costing a business money, decreasing productivity, embarrassment in the media, maybe even loss of customers, and the list goes on.