How to Secure Your Cloud Solutions and Office 365 – Tempe

How To Secure your Cloud Solutions and Office 365 -Tempe

Live Event

Don’t forget to RSVP & Attend Our: How To Secure your Cloud Solutions and Office 365 for Business Event TOMORROW! – TEMPE

As your Networking Solutions Experts, we are going to be discussing how to keep your Cloud Solutions secure and how to make the most of your Online Strategy:

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Business Owners, IT Managers, CIO’s, CTO’s of companies with 50 employees and above should make sure to attend!

WHEN:
Wednesday March 18, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM MST

WHERE:
Microsoft Southwest District Offices 
60 E. Rio Salado Pkwy
Suite 1200
Tempe, AZ 85281

EVENT CONTACT:
Taylor Olden
Inspire Data Solutions
480-459-5522
events@inspiredata.net

How to Secure Your Cloud Solutions and Office 365

How to Secure your Cloud Solutions and Office 365

Live Event

Here’s some of our pictures from our March 18th’s How To Secure your Cloud Solutions and Office 365 for Business Event in Tempe

People in a meeting

We discussed how to keep your Cloud Solutions secure and how to make the most of your Online Strategy by understanding the benefits of cloud computing and security features, 2-Factor Authentication, bridge on premises IT security to cloud security, tips on how to manage cloud solutions, how to use existing cloud solutions with Microsoft Office 365 for Business, how to keep files secure with SharePoint Online, password strategies and much more!

Cyber Security Advisory

Cyber Security Advisory

Security Advisory

Craigslist Email Malware

Security Lock

There is a malware attack that originates from Craigslist job postings. Although the initial target is narrow, this could quickly spread as the threat pattern changes fairly quickly. This makes detection harder for antivirus to detect.

This new threat’s main point of infection is via an email message. Most of the time the email will look something like the text below, and will have a Microsoft Word file attached.

“Hey,
My name is [redacted] and I’m interested in your posting.
Attached is my CV.
Thanks
Sent from my iPhone “

The best course of action is to delete the email, and NOT open any attachments it may have.

If you have any questions about this or questions about cyber security and virus threats, please don’t hesitate to contact us:

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