What's that IoT device on your network? A lot of organizations may not know. That's why Gartner analyst Tim Zimmerman says enterprises need to create IoT security policies and governance rules to reduce risk.
CIOs and CISOs have now been charged with
addressing the cybersecurity risks of OT and IoT,
as well as Enterprise IT, environments. Because of
this, they are now looking to establish a holistic
route to cybersecurity management across the
broader technology stack.
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Like you, cybercriminals are on their own digital transformation journey. Trends like remote work, Internet of Things (IoT), bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and cloud initiatives have given hackers new ways to infiltrate your organization by exponentially expanding the attack surface. Technologies like artificial...
Legacy endpoint security approaches are complex, resource-intensive and require multiple point products. Many solutions focus on stopping known attack methods but leave organizations vulnerable to new threats.
It doesn't have to be this way. There is a new, better approach - intrinsic security.
A hacking group targeting Iranian dissidents has developed malware that can bypass two-factor authentication protection on Android devices to steal passwords, according to Check Point Research. The hackers have also targeted victims' Telegram accounts.
Data has a definite lifecycle. Understanding that lifecycle and looking at data through the lens of that life cycle creates new ways of looking and thinking about data and create a language to understand and see new opportunities for the data the organization holds and also perhaps opportunities to dispose of data...
As many IT teams work overtime to enable remote workers, maintaining security practices and compliance may not be top of mind, but threat actors are actively seeking opportunities to benefit from current circumstances.
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Prisma Access is a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution for securely connecting users anywhere they are, to applications and services everywhere, including the cloud (public and private), SaaS, your data center and the Internet. Prisma Access is delivered as a cloud service, which is capable of inspecting...
With increasing numbers of mobile users, branch offices,
data, and services located outside the protections of
traditional network security appliances, organizations
are struggling to keep pace and ensure the security, privacy,
and integrity of their networks and, more important, their
Companies are often reluctant to begin their Zero Trust journey because they believe it is difficult, costly, and disruptive but building Zero Trust networks is actually much simpler than building legacy 20th-century hierarchical networks. There is a five-step methodology that, when followed, supports the ease of...
With 94% of cyber-threats originating in the email environment, it is clear that traditional tools are unable to keep up with advances in the threat landscape.
Spear phishing, impersonation attacks, and account takeovers remain fruitful avenues of attack for cyber-criminals aiming to infiltrate an organization....
Endpoints remain the most vulnerable attack vector and today's threat actors are more tenacious than ever. Now, it's generally not a matter of "if" you'll be compromised, but "when." The "when" more often includes threats that are personalized, new, and complex. The security that traditionally relies on signatures or...
Zoom has apologized for sharing large sets of user data by default with Facebook, blaming the social network's software development kit, which it has removed from its iOS app. With COVID-19 driving unprecedented levels of remote working, video conferencing software is under the privacy and security microscope.
Apple previously scuttled plans to add end-to-end encryption to iCloud backups, Reuters reports, noting that such a move would have complicated law enforcement investigations. But the apparent olive branch hasn't caused the U.S. government to stop vilifying strong encryption and the technology giants that provide it.