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    July 29, 2021

    Secure Access Service Edge: How To Choose the Right SASE Solution For Your Business

    Among the latest networking and security technologies, one stands out not only for its capabilities but also its abbreviated name with an attitude. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE, pronounced “sassy”) brings networking and security technologies into an integrated, scalable service delivered from ...

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    July 08, 2021

    Passwordless Authentication: The Future of Security

    When it comes to hacks and data breaches, what is the most common way cybercriminals breach sensitive information? Are they master hackers that can bypass firewalls and other security measures? Not quite. More often, breaches are simply from an actor logging into the system with stolen credentials. ...

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    June 23, 2021

    Supply Chain Security:  9 Steps to Protect Your Business from Attacks

    How confident are you in not only your network security but also the integrity and reliability of your supply chain?

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    May 13, 2021

    The Benefits of Breach and Attack Simulations For Your Environment

    Ensuring that your network, applications, and systems are secure is essential to a successful organization’s cybersecurity strategy. Avoiding breaches in your environment means that your data—both internal and client data—is not going to be compromised, and a critical part of verifying your ...

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    April 07, 2021

    “It Can’t Happen” Happens All The Time

    There is a distinct line between being confident and being presumptive. The problem with presumption is it often presents itself as certainty but is a misguided sense of confidence that can blind us to reality.  

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    March 31, 2021

    Ransomware: How Backup and Disaster Recovery Solutions Can Help Minimize Risk of Ransomware

    It’s no secret that hackers and data thieves are becoming more creative with their breaching efforts. Whether it’s a cleverly disguised phishing email or troublesome malware, data thieves constantly look for new ways to get sensitive information.  

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