13 Scary Cybersecurity Facts

It would not be Halloween without a good scare, right? However, unlike Michael Myers, the horror for businesses, governments and organizations does not end with Halloween. In fact, the attacks keep coming and the vulnerabilities keep growing. Here are 13 scary cybersecurity facts and recommended actions to...
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Take Steps To Protect Your Piece of the Cloud

Posted By on Oct 10, 2022 in Network Security
As organizations shift to cloud environments to address industry-specific functionality, compliance needs, and supporting enterprise workloads, cyberattacks are also expanding to the cloud.  In a recent IDC-commissioned cloud security survey, 98% of businesses reported they had experienced a cloud securit...
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Why it’s Essential to Cryptographically Secure Workloads

Posted By on Jul 7, 2022 in Network Security
At one point, data exfiltration was an IT professional’s biggest threat. Now, bad actors are trying to attack and take control of the infrastructure, so they can steal data and ransom it.  Cloud encryption of data is necessary to make sure that the information is indecipherable and useless without the e...
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Why “Good Enough” is No Longer Working

Posted By on Mar 3, 2022 in Network Security
There are over 50 billion OT and IoT endpoints in the world that are not covered by IT security. Many of today’s security technologies are designed around the detection of threats to information technology (IT). However, networks and endpoints now include legacy Operational Technology (OT), Internet of T...
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Network Security Benefits of Microsegmentation

Posted By on Feb 2, 2022 in Network Security
As businesses and government agencies strive to improve critical infrastructure cybersecurity in 2022, microsegmentation continues to emerge as a key strategy to implement for network control and isolation. What is Microsegmentation? Simply put, microsegmentation is the creation of zones in enterprise netw...
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