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ransomware
The battle against ransomware: Lessons from the front lines

Ransomware is arguably the most significant cybercrime innovation in recent history. The ransomware business model is so effective that it is now the most common and …

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The state of data quality: Too much, too wild and too skewed

We live in the age of data. We are constantly producing it, analyzing it, figuring out how to store and protect it, and, hopefully, using it to refine business practices and …

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How to formulate a suitable identity proofing strategy

In this podcast, Matt Johnson, Product Marketing Manager at TransUnion, talks about identity proofing and navigating identity during changing economic dynamics. By the end of …

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Three firmware blind spots impacting security

Built into virtually every hardware device, firmware is lower-level software that is programmed to ensure that hardware functions properly. As software security has been …

SOC 2
Five best practices for achieving and maintaining SOC 2 compliance

A crucial framework for technology companies and cloud-based organizations, SOC 2 is both a technical audit and a requirement that comprehensive information security policies …

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Foiling content-borne attacks against a remote workforce

Opening a single email with a malicious URL or attachment can threaten your organization. In this interview, Liron Barak, CEO at BitDam, discusses the cybersecurity issue …

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CISOs: Quantifying cybersecurity for the board of directors

Only 9% of security teams feel as if they are highly effective in communicating security risks to the board and to other C-suite executives, according to a recent survey …

Office printers: The ticking IT time bomb hiding in plain sight

Office printers don’t have to be security threats: with foresight and maintenance they’re very easily threat-proofed. The problem is that system administrators rarely give the …

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On my mind: Transitioning to third-party cloud services

During this extended period of social distancing filled with increased online activity, I can’t help but reflect on all the user data that has been created, stored, hacked, …

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Information security goes non-binary

Finding security holes in information systems is as old as the first commercially available computer. Back when a “computer” was something that sat in a computer room, users …

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Application security: Getting it right, from the start

Security testing data is “the unsung hero” of securing application development. It’s the backbone of application development quality, compliance and risk management, and rests …

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Cybersecurity in a remote workplace: A joint effort

The reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every aspect of life across the globe and many companies now find themselves with fully remote workforces. With so many …

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