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A Frank Discussion of Multifactor Authentication


Someone steals credentials from one of your client’s executives. They guess the username and password to their email account. From there, the cybercriminal can send out targeted phishing emails to compromise even more accounts or trick employees into handing over sensitive data. To combat …


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IT Operations: How SecOps Saves the Day


Few messages strike fear in the hearts of IT operations staff like the dreaded scan results from your security team. These messages often appear in your inbox early on Monday morning, which means it’s sitting there waiting for you. You’re not even into your …



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Moving Toward More Proactive Cybersecurity


As the cyberlandscape continues to evolve, so do the methods of attack used by cybercriminals. And it isn’t just outsiders you have to worry about; insiders can be responsible for data breaches too. Given all the moving pieces, it’s no wonder the state of …


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Three SIEM Must-Haves


Many businesses need to increase their security game. You can put all the preventive measures in place that you want—like patching, antivirus, mail protection, and firewalls—yet threats can still slip past defenses. According to the recent Ponemon 2018 Cost of a Data Breach report, …




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You Are Here – Perimeter Security


In part 1 of this series, we covered some of the most prevalent and most promising cybersecurity models and frameworks available today. These are all tools that can help you determine the size and shape of the current information security landscape, and where you …