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The opportunity to steal data is the reason Office 365 is a prime target. Hackers want data. There’s an unimaginable amount of data available in Office 365 accounts and hackers will do whatever they can to get access.
Knowing your processes are being completed isn’t as important as knowing they’re effective. Unfortunately, many CISOs are trained to look at metrics that don’t matter. As a general rule, all metrics can provide insight, but if they don’t help you make decisions they’re not useful.
The CJIS data protection regulations consist of thirteen policy areas that cover security awareness training, incident response, accountability, auditing requirements, access control, authentication, physical protection, and more. You can access the full security policy on the FBI.gov.
At first glance, it appears that you’ll be fine as long as you and your team comply with CJIS regulations when accessing the database. However, as a law enforcement agency, you have several additional responsibilities.
Cyberattacks can cause devastating consequences for your organization. For instance, ransomware attacks can cause you to lose important data unless you pay a hefty ransom. Data breaches often cause harm to a company’s reputation, but worse, they can result in hefty fines that can force you out of business.
If you’re looking for ways to modernize your business, cut cords, and trim fat, switching from a traditional on-premise phone solution to a cloud-based Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution is a no-brainer. The only question is, do you know how to find and implement the right one?