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In a year filled with data breaches, cyber-attacks, and unauthorized access, yet another company has been the victim of hackers targeting payment information. Have you considered the consequences of becoming susceptible to a hacking attack? Read this blog post to learn more.
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is everyone's favorite buzzword these days, particularly with security vendors hawking their products. It has become a popular catchphrase describing a next-generation security practice that was formalized by Gartner and implemented by Google in their BeyondCorp concept years later.
These days, having cyber insurance that covers a company for costs related to cyberattacks is an expected standard corporate practice. It is the last in the line of risk mitigation tools that lessens or defers your company’s cyber risk.
More and more companies are hiring Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) to navigate the rough waters of cybersecurity. The need for CISOs in enterprise organizations is at the height of importance with the increase in both ransomware attacks and data breaches.
Providing remote access for your third-party vendors is an essential part of doing business. Whether it’s Amazon’s AWS, Google’s G-Suite, or a custom platform, most enterprises have migrated their back-office, e-commerce, and other operations to cloud applications and remote services infrastructure.
If you’re in the cybersecurity world, you’ve probably come across the acronym PAM, or Privileged Access Management. This technology adds additional access controls and processes to coveted privileged credentials in order to prevent them from being compromised, while also limiting the damage if they ever are compromised.
Risk management is critical for any company looking for growth and profit instead of liabilities and reputational damages. So let's answer an important question: What is third-party remote access, and why should you care? Networks can be attacked from all sides.
Conversations regarding cyberattacks are often limited to the organization that suffered reputational damage from a data breach. We talk about what led to the cyberattack, how it was found and reported, and the associated costs.
Whether it’s a sticky note, a phone app, or keeping a password saved on your computer, we don’t always take all the precautions that we should to keep our password a secret from others.
Role-Based Access Control, or RBAC as it’s commonly referred to, is one of the types of access control that has been considered a core best practice for organizations to protect their IT assets for a long time.