Your institution may be among those wondering how to make actionable Zero Trust, and how doing so can help you meet priorities outlined by EDUCAUSE in its 2022 Top 10 IT Issues list.
by Nick Kael •
Cyberthreats have reached unprecedented levels; cyberattacks are happening more frequently than ever before and highly sophisticated cybercriminals are laser-focused on devising innovative new ways to compromise networks. Ransom demands are increasing…
by Bill Reed •
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The past two years will be remembered for COVID-19. But they will also be remembered for another (digital) pandemic that has transformed the cyberthreat landscape: Ransomware is the most significant cybersecurity threat facing organizations—but itR…
by Amelia Albanese •
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 David Bisson •
In May, The White House released an executive order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity. The order came with various directives for Federal Civilian Executive Branch agencies. Among other efforts, the order focused on the federal government’s advance toward zero trust architecture (ZTA). It framed this journey as one “which shall incorporate, as appropriate, the migration […]
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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 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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