One of the largest threats are cellphones connecting to work access points that have been infected with malware. Your phone can upload files to other devices on the network and open up pathways to malicious destinations that can end in your network being encrypted, held for ransom, or destroyed.
Being in the cloud doesn't mean putting all your information in a public place for anyone to steal. Think of the cloud as resources for sale. There are many layers of protection between your data and the internet. However, leasing a private server on AWS or AZURE assures added protection against potential threats.
The first sign of a virus or malware is an out of the ordinary event pertaining to your everyday experience with your device. For example, if a pdf doesn't open and ends with your computer crashing with a sad face, you should call us right away.