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Next Generation Security
11 best practices for managing organizational proactive cybersecurity threats during these high-intensity times As global conflicts have been unfolding overseas, organizations in the United States need to be on high alert for the cybersecurity threats that have been recently surging. It’s important to take a proactive approach by preparing as if your network systems, devices,...
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Although it may seem counterintuitive, many organizations will find themselves in awkward positions where they invested time and money into a new software platform, Cloud Security solution, or automation tool only to not fully adopt it (or even use it at all). For instance, something as time-saving to employees as customer relationship management (CRM) software...
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Cyber insurance has increasingly become one of the most valuable insurance coverages sought out by organizations of all shapes and sizes. As cyber-related threats continue to evolve and multiply, the insurance offers a financial umbrella for those who fall victim to attempted and successful breaches.  Cyber insurance consists of two major components; first-party and third-party...
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Endpoint detection & response (EDR) is a cybersecurity solution consisting of multiple tools (including AI) that monitor for potential security threats and address them head on. This technology works by constantly collecting information from endpoint devices connected to an organization’s network such as desktops, servers, laptops, or tablets. By “information,” we are mostly referring to...
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Keep this in mind as we start the 2022 Windows software patching year: Patching is not enough to keep Microsoft 365 protected. Before you purchase third-party tools that claim to protect you from all threats, or before you begin that zero-trust project, stop for a moment to evaluate whether you are doing all you can...
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This NIST framework function will tell you everything you need to do to respond to a cybersecurity incident including the strategic planning and specific areas to focus on.  Continuing through the primary functions of the NIST cybersecurity framework, we get to “Respond.” After the “Identify” function where you had determined the risks, vulnerabilities, and elements...
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As we continue our journey with NIST, Here we show you what it means to “protect” while providing our readers with industry best practices towards your security program. A cybersecurity program’s “Protect” function is often the most thought-about area that organizations consider when looking to enhance their security program. It’s also the second of five...
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The NIST Framework is the ultimate roadmap for which the United States government outlines how businesses can develop their cybersecurity program to account for the threat landscape that is forever evolving. The framework is long and detailed but can be more easily understood when the recommended best practices and security measures are broken down into...
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Thinking of adopting Zero Trust Security. Here are some fundamental principles you need to know. What is the Zero Trust Security Officially named in 2010, a network security model was introduced to secure organizations’ evolving IT infrastructure, which became more vulnerable after heavily incorporating cloud-based applications and databases into their current IT management strategy, creating...
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If you’ve fallen for one of these myths, you may need to rethink your zero trust strategy. By Neal Weinberg Interest in zero trust is surging, according to IDG’s 2020 Security Priorities Study, with 40% of survey respondents saying they are actively researching zero trust technologies, up from only 11% in 2019, and 18% of organizations...
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