Net Concepts with Aaron Wagner

Ep. 6 A candid Podcast with Ben Nowacky from Axcient

Ben Nowacky from Axcient and Aaron Wagner discuss the importance of cloud backup in today’s Cloud infrastructure. We also discuss the state of the cyber security landscape, the importance of privacy, the impact of social engineering, and profiling.


“Over 41 percent of cyber insurance claims in 2020 came from ransomware attacks”

“Interestingly, Coalition found that companies using Microsoft Office 365 were three times more likely to experience a business email compromise incident than companies using alternatives such as G Suite or WPS Office.”

6 Reasons Why Office 365 Backup is Critical

Accidental deletion: If you delete a user, whether you meant to or not, that deletion is replicated across the network. A backup can restore that user, either to on-premises Exchange or Office 365.

Retention policy gaps and confusion: Office 365 retention policies are hard to keep up with, let alone manage. A backup provides longer, more accessible retention all protected and stored in one place for easy recovery.

Internal security threats: Many businesses are experiencing threats from the inside, and they are happening more often than you think. Having a high-grade recovery solution mitigates the risk of critical data being lost or destroyed.

External security threats: Malware and viruses have done serious damage to organizations globally in just the past year alone. A backup can easily restore mailboxes to an instance before the attack.

Legal and compliance requirements: Ensure you can retrieve mailbox data during legal action and to meet any regulatory compliance needs.

Managing hybrid email deployments and migrations to Office 365: Whether you are migrating to Office 365 or have a blend of on-premises Exchange and Office 365 users, the exchange data should be managed and protected the same way, making the source location irrelevant.

New Vulnerabilities Bypass Multi-Factor Authentication for Microsoft 365

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