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How To Prevent Insider Cybersecurity Threats 

When the word cybersecurity pops up, businesses often think about threats from outside their company and overlook the risks taken within their company - whether it’s a careless mistake by an employee or a deliberate leak with malicious intent. 

Previously, we created a guide on what types of insider threats businesses need to be aware of.

How To Spot an Insider Cybersecurity Threat

Cybersecurity is more than just protecting yourself from people outside your company; it’s equally as important to protect yourself from actions taken within your company.  

Accidents and careless mistakes from your team are among the most common causes of data breaches.

5 Cybersecurity Threats Coming From Inside Your Business

When the word cybersecurity is mentioned, we often think about outsider threats – hackers and strangers trying to get to our data to make a profit. However, what if we told you that some of the biggest threats to your data could come from within your company? 

Below are five different types of cybersecurity threats that could come from within your business.

How To Become More Sustainable With Your Business IT

As the impact of climate change becomes more visible in our world, there’s never been a better time to take action and make some sustainable changes to your business – however big or small your company is. 

Going green doesn’t have to be costly – you can make some simple switches to your business technology and reduce your carbon footprint.

The Best Apps To Use With Microsoft Teams.

The Microsoft 365 package offers a variety of different applications that work alongside Microsoft Teams, which can make running your personal and professional life a lot easier. Using apps in line with Microsoft Teams ensures all of your information is one place, which can make working easier, less time consuming and help prevent you from missing out on any information.

Shadow IT Explained: Is your new favourite app putting your business at risk?

Shadow IT is essentially any tech (hardware or software) used in a company/organisation that hasn’t been approved by your IT department/support team. This could be anything from an application or software to a device or system. 

Employees using Shadow IT is quite common in the workplace; especially since working from home, and from a range of different devices has become the new normal.