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Protecting small businesses against big threats.?

Microsoft 365 offers an incredible service for little investment. Tools like Teams made remote-working during lockdown not only possible, but seamless.

However, if you’re able to access your company’s data from anywhere on the planet – cybercriminals can also try to access your environment, from anywhere on the planet…

And that’s where Identity and Access Management comes in. Over the past few years, Gartner has ranked Microsoft as a leader in five different areas of security, including Identity and Access Management. And they really know what they’re talking about!

More information about securing your Microsoft 365 environment can be found in our latest white paper From minnows to whale sharks: why securing Microsoft 365 should be a top priority for all businesses.

How hackers have adapted to target the big and the small.?

It used to take tremendous effort and skill for hackers to hack… but cyber criminals, like everyone else, have had to adapt. And they really have.

As a terrifying example, login credentials for organisations are now traded online for only a few pounds each. Cybercriminals operating illegal ‘Ransomware as a Service’ businesses help run the whole attack, including providing the decryption methods and handling the ransom payment, for a share of the profits.

And even with all that going on, low-level cybercriminals can now easily perform ransomware attacks, meaning smaller companies with less security are very much in the crosshairs.

You can read our full white paper: ‘From minnows to whale sharks: why securing Microsoft 365 should be a top priority for all businesses‘.

As cybercriminals cast their net wider, no business is safe.?

In our latest white paper, we look at why securing Microsoft 365 should be a top priority for all businesses. In the UK alone an average of three companies fall victim to a cyberattack – every day.

And, as we all know, it’s hard enough trying to run a business as it is – without the worry that your company could be the victim of a ransomware attack. Although once only a concern for large corporations, cybercriminals have now cast their nets wider; hauling in businesses of every size.

You can read the full white paper, right here: ‘From minnows to whale sharks: why securing Microsoft 365 should be a top priority for all businesses‘.