Cyber Security

A collection of 48 posts

Your cyber security posture will look vastly different than it did pre-pandemic.

5 Steps To Improve Your Cyber Security Posture

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Malicious actors are always looking for low-hanging fruit. In a post-pandemic world, that image may represent companies still operating with a pre-COVID cyber security posture. While many companies raced to adopt cloud solutions, the corresponding changes to security haven’t necessarily been pursued with as much urgency. There are steps

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Cloud-native security platforms offer a more integrated approach to managing threats in a hybrid environment.

Eliminate Alert Fatigue With Cloud-Native Cyber Security Platforms

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The pandemic accelerated cloud adoption, with many companies racing to implement cloud solutions that would accommodate their business processes with a geographically dispersed team. The result was a cobbled-together IT environment that introduced a complex and vulnerable security plane. Rather than address cyber security from a cloud-native approach, many companies

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Effective identity management helps eliminate the risk of an identity-related breach.

How the Pandemic Changed Identity Management

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Identity sprawl is such a common challenge for companies that you may be tempted to dismiss effective identity management as a possibility. But there are two key reasons you should prioritize identity management: * It is achievable and necessary. * Your employees having different usernames and passwords across different applications presents a

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The digital transformation took some by surprise, but post-pandemic workflows will rely more heavily on new tech.

Post-Pandemic Cyber Security: Cloud-Based Solutions Rule the Day

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More than two years after the pandemic forced companies into remote work, the post-pandemic workplace does not bear much resemblance to its pre-pandemic version. While some employers are bringing their employees back into the office in an attempt to restore normalcy, others are fully embracing the hybrid model. Companies moving

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The zero trust approach assumes that every user and device is a threat, using micro-segmentation to limit access.

How Zero Trust Equips Your Company for Secure Remote Work

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Between the high levels of productivity witnessed during the pandemic and a struggling labor market, companies don’t have much argument to support ending remote work. As managers get comfortable with permanently remote or hybrid teams, IT executives have been forced to address vulnerabilities related to dispersed workforces. For many,

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Advanced SD-WAN allows companies to apply ZTNA to IoT devices in a secure environment.

How SD-WAN, SASE, and SSE Equip Your Network for Digital Transformation

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For any company considering a move to virtualized networking, the pandemic provided the right motivation for the migration to software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN). With workers and teams no longer centralized, the ability of SD-WAN to offer connectivity to corporate resources from a geographically dispersed workforce made it possible for

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Experiencing post-pandemic challenges? Partner with IT experts and find your groove.

Post-Pandemic Challenges and Remote-Work Solutions

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As the image of the post-pandemic workplace is still forming, one thing is clear: the work-from-anywhere situation will be part of the new normal. How this will affect IT operations also continues to take shape. According to an article [https://econofact.org/is-remote-work-working-out] from Stanford University published in Econofact, pre-COVID

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Online meeting solutions are equipping companies to remain remote or hybrid into the future.

Get the Right Foundation for Your Online Meeting

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Technology may have paved the way for a permanent remote or hybrid work environment, but it was the pandemic that served as a catalyst and cemented the workplace model. As companies strive to secure their networks and equip employees for optimal productivity, one of their focal points for maximizing effectiveness

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Zero trust simplifies security and improves the user experience, but implementing it can take a long time.

The Benefits and Challenges of Zero Trust

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The fast pace of cloud adoption has significantly changed the scope of data security, with data no longer contained in static systems. Cloud migration has increased throughout and in the wake of the pandemic to accommodate remote and hybrid work environments, and security has become more complex with home offices

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Achieving consistency in cyber security policy in a work-from-anywhere environment is a challenge for IT teams.

3 Areas to Consider in a Work-From-Anywhere Cyber Security Policy

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The quick transition companies made to remote work in the early days of the pandemic has accelerated many digital transformation plans. But in cyber security and networking, there has been a tendency to equate work-from-anywhere with home office environments. These two are not the same; rather, home office is a

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Consolidate the Stack as a Part of a Stronger Cyber Security Strategy

Consolidate the Stack as a Part of a Stronger Cyber Security Strategy

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It wasn’t too long ago that companies developed cyber security plans based on firewalls, log management, anti-virus software, and intrusion detection. Barely half a decade later, and the focus is on zero-trust networking, forensics, incident response, and threat hunting, among others. If your cyber security strategy hasn’t changed

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Why to Opt for Edge Computing for Speed, Security, and the Overall User Experience

Why to Opt for Edge Computing for Speed, Security, and the Overall User Experience

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Approximately 10% of organization-related data is managed outside of the cloud or centralized data center, according to research by Gartner [https://www.gartner.com/smarterwithgartner/what-edge-computing-means-for-infrastructure-and-operations-leaders] . The prediction is that the figure will shoot up to 75% by 2025. Edge computing, highly touted for its ability to localize computing power,

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