November 2020 - Legal Technology Solutions

Poison Attacks: A quick overview

Poison Attacks: A quick overview Smart technology is everywhere. Not just in our offices, but even in our day-to-day lives with tools like Google Home and Alexa becoming a commonplace. With technology becoming smarter every minute, the risks are increasing by the minute as well. Cybercriminals are finding new ways to corrupt our IT networks to disrupt our businesses, hold our data hostage and even clear our personal bank accounts. Some of the more overt, commonly known acts of cybercrime [...]

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Employee training and Cybersecurity

Employee training & Cybersecurity Employee training will form a big part of the cybersecurity initiative that you will take on as an organization. You need to train your employees to identify and respond correctly to cyberthreats. Here are some employee training best practices that you can make a part of your cybersecurity training program. Create an IT policy handbookMake sure you have a handbook of your IT policy that you share with every new employee, regardless of their position in the [...]

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Strengthening your cybersecurity policies

Strengthening your cybersecurity policies Formulating strong IT policies and laying down the best practices for your staff to follow is one of the best ways to prevent your business from becoming a victim of cybercrime. In this blog, we explore the various areas your IT policy should ideally cover. Passwords: Your IT policy should cover Rules regarding password setting Password best practices The implications of password sharing Corrective actions that will be taken in the event the password policy is not followed Personal devices Rules regarding the [...]

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Why do you need a top-down approach to IT security?

Why do you need a top-down approach to IT security? For any organization, its employees are its biggest assets. But, what happens when your biggest assets turn out to be your greatest threats or liabilities? That is how cybercrime can change the game. In a recent study, it came to light that employee actions account for about 70% of the data breaches that happen. This blog focuses on the first step you need to take as an organization to better [...]

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