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Zero trust: Bringing security up to speed for the work-from-anywhere age

The Internet Age has changed so much of how we live and work. We have become accustomed to buying goods online with a few clicks and having them delivered overnight, and out …

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Organizations aware of the importance of zero trust, yet still relying on passwords

Organizations have become more security conscious over the course of the pandemic, leading them to invest heavily in zero trust, according to a study from identity firm Okta. …

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Cyberattacks on the rise, organizations increasingly interested in defensive technologies

Cyberattacks against enterprise infrastructure are on the rise in the U.K. as digital transformation expands the digital footprints—and the potential attack surfaces—of many …

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Enterprises turning to cybersecurity providers to fight off cyberattacks

Enterprises in the U.S. are turning to cybersecurity providers offering best-of-breed technologies that can help them fend off cyberattacks from sophisticated criminals, …

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How to build a zero-trust cloud data architecture

Cloud computing has had a profound impact on CISOs. They realize its cheap storage, immense scalability, resource elasticity and accessibility from anywhere in the world, at …

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The importance of compute lifecycle assurance in a zero-trust world

With the proliferation of attack surfaces in IoT, the increase in firmware-based attacks on hardware, and growing threats to systems throughout their lifecycle, companies are …

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A digital shift requires a new approach to asset management: How to reduce security risks

The global pandemic forced organizations to rapidly accelerate their digital transformation. As a result, nearly overnight, companies spanning all sizes and sectors deployed …

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Retailers turn to zero trust to keep consumers and employees secure

Retailers have not only had to contend with the business disruption resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, but they have also experienced increased security risks in the …

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Manufacturers turning to zero trust to better secure their networks

In response to the 62% global increase in ransomware since 2019 (158% increase in North America) and over 40% of manufacturing firms suffering a cyberattack last year, Onclave …

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IoT malware attacks rose 700% during the pandemic

Zscaler released a study examining the state of IoT devices left on corporate networks during a time when businesses were forced to move to a remote working environment. The …

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Healthcare suffering from DNS attacks more than other industries

The healthcare industry experienced devastating effects from DNS attacks during the COVID-19 pandemic, more so than other industries, a report from EfficientIP and IDC shows. …

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Identity management and zero trust: Where to get started

The past year has taught us all a few things, from how much we value our health to what we take for granted regarding IT. The impact of the last year should be obvious, but …

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