13 Scary Cybersecurity Facts

Here are 13 scary cybersecurity facts and recommended actions to consider when addressing your budget for 2023. We have listed our top 5 with some analysis and then have the remaining 8 stats listed below. TOP 5 SCARY CYBERSECURITY FACTS 1) 82% of breaches involved people. Human beings are at the center of...
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Onclave Named in Gartner® Market Guide for OT Security

Posted By on Aug 8, 2022 in Zero Trust
Onclave Networks Named as a Representative Vendor in the 2022 Gartner® Market Guide for Operational Technology Security 2022 Report identifies the rapidly evolving Operational Technology (OT) market and recommends enterprises to “adopt an integrated security strategy beyond legacy OT – includi...
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CIOs Plan to Raise Tech Budget this Year to Improve Cybersecurity

Posted By on Mar 3, 2022 in Zero Trust
Cyber attacks have caused some of the greatest disruptions to critical infrastructure and data access globally in the last two years or so. In 2022, Chief information officers (CIOs) expect their IT budget to increase in order to prevent them from cybersecurity threats, according to a new study. Well over ...
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What does President Biden’s Executive Order Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity Mean for Public and Private sectors?

Posted By on Jun 6, 2021 in Zero Trust
The Biden administration released Executive Order 14028, “Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity” to compel federal agencies and the private sector to effectively respond to ransomware attacks, like the recent Colonial Pipeline and JBS. The Executive Order is an 18-page document with dozens of action s...
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Cyberattack of Oldsmar water treatment facility
could have been lethal

Posted By on Jun 6, 2021 in Water Treatment,Zero Trust
On Feb. 5, 2021, a plant operator for the city of about 15,000 on Florida’s west coast saw his cursor being moved around on his computer screen, opening various software functions that control the water being treated. What happened at Oldsmar Water Treatment Facility? The Friday before the Super Bowl...
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Critical Infrastructure: Ransomware Attack on Colonial Pipeline Forces Shut Down of Operations

Posted By on May 5, 2021 in Cybersecurity Breaches,Zero Trust
In what some experts are calling the most significant cyberattack on U.S. critical infrastructure, Colonial Pipeline was struck by a ransomware attack on Friday, May 7th and forced to suspend all operations. Experts believe the attack was orchestrated by a professional organization. Here is what you need t...
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