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DNS over HTTPS misuse or abuse: How to stay secure

Firefox and Chrome have recently begun supporting external DNS resolvers in the cloud. The use of these DNS services bypasses controls that enterprise IT organizations put in …

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Why a risk-based approach to application security can bolster your defenses

Like it or not, cybercrime is big business these days. A casual glance at the news at any given time will typically reveal several new breaches, usually involving eye-watering …

threat intelligence
What is open threat intelligence and what is driving it?

In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2020, Todd Weller, Chief Strategy Officer at Bandura Cyber, discusses the modern threat intelligence landscape and the …

user
Maximizing customer engagement when fraud prevention is top of mind

With the number of data records breached in 2019 surpassing four billion, fraud prevention and regulatory compliance are, inevitably, top priorities for financial institutions …

architecture
Your cybersecurity strategy could use some ESP

Embedding cybersecurity into our enterprises remains a difficult problem to solve. Year after year, billions of dollars are spent on building checks and controls, but the rate …

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How adaptive trust makes security efficient

Zero trust is a comprehensive security framework that requires everyone—and every service account—to authenticate identity before entering the corporate network. Every app and …

Password
Soon, your password will expire permanently

Passwords have been around since ancient times and they now serve as the primary method for authenticating a user during the login process. Individuals are expected to use …

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Security operations and the evolving landscape of threat intelligence

In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2020, we’re joined by the ThreatQuotient team talking about a threat-centric approach to security operations, the evolution of …

architecture
5 considerations for building a zero trust IT environment

Zero trust isn’t a product or service, and it’s certainly not just a buzzword. Rather, it’s a particular approach to cybersecurity. It means exactly what it says – not …

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Changing the mindset of the CISO: From enforcer to enabler

With digital transformation investments expected to reach a staggering $7.4 trillion before 2023, organizations realize that they must disrupt their markets or risk being …

identity
Looking at the future of identity access management (IAM)

Here we are: at the beginning of a new year and the start of another decade. In many ways, technology is exceeding what we expected by 2020, and in other ways, well, it is …

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Are CISOs ready for zero trust architectures?

Zero trust is a concept that is gaining an increasingly large and dedicated following, but it may mean different things to different audiences, so let’s start with a …

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