Avoid These 4 Common Security Issues Associated With Personal Account Access

Cloud collaboration tools, like Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive, make sharing company files extremely easy. Almost instantly, employees can add someone to the document through their email address. Or they can send them a link, granting access to company data.   These tools save time and make collaboration convenient. However, they also lead to cybersecurity risks.… (more) Avoid These 4 Common Security Issues Associated With Personal Account Access

The 5 Types of Personal Accounts With Access To Company Data

Although tools like Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive help employees seamlessly collaborate on the cloud, sharing misconfigurations can lead to data breaches. Sharing documents has become as easy as sending a link.  While this quickens collaboration and helps employees save time, there’s also a huge problem of oversharing. Accounts that shouldn’t have access to company… (more) The 5 Types of Personal Accounts With Access To Company Data

The 5 Biggest Risks of Sharing Company Information With Personal Email Accounts

Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive are essential services for collaborating on content, storing documents, and sharing cloud-based files. But this ease of collaboration can also lead to huge risks. It’s become so easy to share a document with anyone, instantly, that the risk of oversharing is high.  One of the most common types of oversharing… (more) The 5 Biggest Risks of Sharing Company Information With Personal Email Accounts

Are Personal Email Accounts Accessing Your Company Data?

Personal account access is one of the biggest data exfiltration risks a company faces—and one of the most hidden.  The current state of personal account access is precarious and affects organizations of all sizes. Every person who interacts with a company using cloud collaboration tools like Google Workspace and Microsoft OneDrive could have added their… (more) Are Personal Email Accounts Accessing Your Company Data?

The State of Zero Trust Strategy Adoption

Zero Trust is the idea of blanket skepticism regarding network access—even from internal users—requiring verification at all entry points and never assuming access privileges. But while Zero Trust is gaining significant momentum as a strategic ideal, rearchitecting the network to achieve Zero Trust is not so straightforward.  As more companies adapt to distributed work and… (more) The State of Zero Trust Strategy Adoption

How To Perform A Cybersecurity Risk Assessment

Every modern organization has some type of IT infrastructure and internet connectivity. This means that nearly all organizations are at risk of an attack or cybersecurity breach.  To understand your vulnerabilities and better manage your risks, you must run a comprehensive cybersecurity risk assessment—and this guide will teach you how. Step 1: Establish Your Information… (more) How To Perform A Cybersecurity Risk Assessment

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Bryan Wise
Bryan Wise,
CIO of 6sense

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