If you are finally biting the bullet and taking steps to migrate from a traditional, on-premise file server to a cloud provider, then you won’t miss Dropbox Business on your search. Dropbox is aggressively asserting itself as the go-to cloud based provider for Business Storage, File Sharing and Collaboration; all of which are becoming increasing more relevant to the global business world. So exactly what are the Benefits of Dropbox Business? And how it will simplify and streamline efficiencies in the workplace? Storage Storing your data on a Fileserver or NAS is fast becoming a thing of the past. With Dropbox Business there are several options that range from a basic 2TB of shared storage and upwards to unlimited, it … Read More
How Can Dropbox Business Help in the Event of a Ransomware Attack?
Ransomware; “A type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid” One of the latest and and most prolific malware threats used by cyber criminals comes in the form of Ransomware. As defined above, cyber criminals will attempt to compromise your data, files, or entire computer by enticing users to perform an unintended action. Consequently, the result is the unintentional downloading of a virus or link to a poisonous website. Upon acceptance, the gates to your data have been unlocked and full access to the cyber criminals granted; the attack has now been launched and your computer – together with its contents – can be held hostage! Ransomware has the … Read More
Hacker’s typo trips the alarm on billion-dollar cyber bank heist
Cyber bank robbers have drained $101 million from Bangladesh’s central bank – an enormous heist as it is, but one that could have netted the crooks $1 billion if they didn’t get caught when they misspelled the name of one of the places they were trying to transfer money to. After they slipped past the bank’s security systems, the crooks allegedly masqueraded as Bangladeshi officials to submit a series of requests for the New York Federal Reserve to transfer large sums of money from its account in the country. Bangladesh Bank told the Financial Times that it was defrauded for a total of $101 million in bogus transfers. The last payment request was for $20 million, with the hackers instructing … Read More