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3 Simple Ways to Start Implementing Zero Trust Security Today

Zero Trust Access Management

New business initiatives and processes broaden your organization’s attack surface. Applications, users, and devices are moving outside of the traditional corporate zone of control, dissolving what was once the trusted perimeter, and enterprise security and networks must evolve to protect the business. Taking on a complete Zero Trust security transformation isn’t something that most organizations can do overnight. Many companies require time to fully implement major network and security changes, but there are several simple steps you can take today to get started.

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Adapting Security to Work Anywhere

Guest Writer 31.05.21

“Working from home 2021″ marks a massive shift away from common workspaces in response to the global pandemic. There is no more working remotely or working from home, there is just working. The axiom, “work is what you do, not where you go” has never before been so true. The possibility for the workforce to be location independent […]

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Massive Campaign Targeting UK Banks Bypassing 2FA

Guest Writer

On 14 July, 2020, Oliver Hough, a security researcher from Cyjax, published a report centered on a phishing campaign targeting banking customers in the United Kingdom, which evades two-factor authentication (2FA). On 16 December, 2020, researchers from the Global Threat Intelligence Team at WMC disclosed that they were tracking a threat actor who goes by the alias “Kr3pto”. […]

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Why Phishing Attacks Increase on Holiday Seasons

Guest Writer

Overview Phishing continues to be a major attack vector, and it’s surprising just how many security incidents and breaches start with an employee clicking on a link in a carefully crafted phishing email (and sometimes doing the same with a not-so-well crafted phishing email — see this example).  There’s still a general perception that phishing attacks […]

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