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Locknet® Managed IT offers security, network defense, backup and managed services to help businesses in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa develop successful technology strategies, whether you’re small to medium sized, regulated, non-regulated, or have little to no IT staff.
With more than 85 technicians throughout our service areas of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Northern Iowa, we have someone close by to help. The average response time for a technician to arrive at your site is under 4 hours.
Locknet® Managed IT offers security, network defense, backup, and managed services to help businesses in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa develop successful technology strategies, whether you’re small to medium-sized, regulated, non-regulated, or have little to no IT staff.
With more than 85 technicians throughout our service areas of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and northern Iowa, we have someone close by to help. The average response time for a technician to arrive at your site is under 4 hours.
In every horror flick, it seems there comes a time when the star of the movie seeks refuge indoors, only to find the enemy is already inside the house. You might be wondering what this has to do with your business network security. Well, it turns out the plot of your business's trajectory might include some insider threats as well. And as with all challenges your business faces, it's best to face this one head-on.
Malicious insiders and other insider threats are often overlooked in the cybersecurity landscape, in favor of putting resources toward protecting the network from external cyber threats. But that has subjected many businesses to a plot twist they never saw coming: an attack on their network from within the organization. And the risk is real. Insiders frequently have access to your network and your facilities that outsiders have to work hard to gain—often making it easier for an insider to penetrate your network security protocols.
How can you watch for insider threats? And what should you look for to thwart a security risk? Let's explore.
Diligence is essential to identifying insider threats, but they can be difficult to spot. However, there are some red flags for potential malicious insiders and other insider threats. Here are the indicators you should watch.
Also, keep in mind, not all insider threats are malicious in intent. Employees who are insufficiently trained on network security and who are not regularly reminded of security protocols can put your organization at risk. Often, all it takes is for one staff person to inadvertently leave privileged information behind at the coffee shop, or click on a malicious hyperlink without realizing the risks. Accidents can happen, but properly training your staff on network security regularly can substantially reduce the risk to your company, organization,
Outsmarting insider threats is a challenge every organization faces these days, but partnering with the right Managed Service Provider can make all the difference. Your network security doesn't have to play out like a horror film. Identifying threats inside the proverbial house is key to ensuring your business is protected from malicious insiders and other insider threats.