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Cybersecurity guide for the hospitality industry

A practical cybersecurity guide from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) can help hotel owners reduce the risks to a highly vulnerable and attractive …

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Most organizations have already migrated to a cloud VPN

The majority of organizations have already migrated their VPN solution to the cloud, a NetMotion survey reveals. A study surveyed 750 leaders working in IT, security and …

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SASE or zero trust? Why security teams should be using both

As companies continue to navigate increasingly distributed environments, the question of zero trust is coming up more and more – as is the relationship between this …

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Zero Trust creator talks about implementation, misconceptions, strategy

A little over a decade ago, John Kindervag outlined the Zero Trust security model. As a VP and Principal Analyst on the Security and Risk Team at Forrester Research, he spent …

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How to avoid 4 common zero trust traps (including one that could cost you your job)

Formulated by a research analyst over a decade ago, the zero-trust security model was embraced by thought leaders. And when Google, with its unlimited budget and resources, …

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The importance of a zero trust-based approach to identity security

97 percent of senior security executives say attackers are increasingly trying to steal one or more types of credentials, a CyberArk survey reveals. As organizations move …

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As DX acceleration continues, identity and zero trust need to be central in all business decisions

The pandemic-driven shift to remote work has significantly changed how companies are investing in identity and access management capabilities and zero trust security, …

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Distributed and remote work creating a perfect storm for network security teams

Distinct priorities have emerged when it comes to responding to the needs of IT security’s rapid transformation, a FireMon research has found. The survey of 500 cybersecurity …

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Remote workers admit to playing a significant part in increasing their company’s cybersecurity risks

The COVID-19 generation of remote workers are admitting to playing a significant part in increasing the cybersecurity risks facing their companies. An Opinium research shows …

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Years-old MS Office, Word flaws most exploited to deliver malware

29% of malware captured was previously unknown – due to the widespread use of packers and obfuscation techniques by attackers seeking to evade detection, according to a HP …

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A great deal of employees have inappropriate access to sensitive data

The onset of COVID-19 and resulting distributed workforce have introduced new and complex challenges for businesses, with 45% of IT decision-makers reporting increased …

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Enterprises observing uptick in risky behaviors since shift to remote work

Tanium released a report to evaluate the primary IT operations and security challenges organizations have faced amid the large-scale shift to remote work in the COVID-19 era, …

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