A zero trust approach to security has been steadily gaining steam for the last several years. This year, the importance of this approach reached a new level with the May 2021 White House executive order requiring federal agencies to shift to this architecture by fall 2024. Even beyond the executive order, zero trust continues to […]
by David Bisson •
Many organizations find themselves in a tricky spot today when it comes to digital transformation. With many looking to zero trust, how does Secure Access Secure Edge (SASE) fit in? On the one hand, the events of 2020 helped to speed up many digital adoption projects. A 2020 report from McKinsey found that more than […]
by Nick Rossmann •
“How many millions did you pay threat actors in a ransomware attack?” “Which investments most significantly improved cyber resiliency for your organization?” “Do you have a cybersecurity incident response plan that’s applied consistently across your enterprise?” The answers to these and other key questions produced several notable findings in the latest 2021 Cyber Resilient Organization […]
by C.J. Haughey •
Trust, for anyone or anything inside a secured network, should be hard to come by. The global shift to cloud environments has changed online security protocols. Therefore, strict verification (of everyone and everything) is now essential. The zero trust model isn’t overkill — it’s now a crucial tenet of network protection. The pandemic helped push […]
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by Chris Steffen •
Securing and protecting enterprise data is at the center of the modern security plan. There are many considerations for organizations that aim to move critical workloads and data stores to the cloud, and understanding how business-critical data will be accessed, stored and secured is a paramount concern. Organizations are also facing significant increases in regulations […]
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by Jennifer Gregory •
As many workplaces stay in a remote or a hybrid operating model due to COVID-19, businesses and agencies of all sizes and industries face the long-term challenges of keeping data and infrastructure secure. With remote workers, security teams have to secure many more endpoints and a much wider area each day. In response, many groups […]
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by Jennifer Gregory •
This summer, my to-do list was full of stories about cybersecurity issues related to hybrid work. I was hopeful that the path to the end of the pandemic was ahead of us. Many companies announced their plans for keeping fully remote or hybrid workforce models with as much certainty as possible during a global pandemic. […]
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by Mike Elgan •
The zero trust model is going mainstream, and for good reason. The rise in advanced attacks, plus IT trends that include the move to hybrid cloud and remote work, demand more exacting and granular defenses. Zero trust ensures verification and authorization for every device, every application and every user gaining access to every resource. This […]
by Mark Stone •
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Despite a changing threat landscape and threat actors who keep upping their game, the vulnerabilities behind the threats remain consistent. The OWASP Top 10, ranked by the Open Web Application Security Project, lists the 10 most prominent and dangerous risks and threats for applications. The […]
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