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MFA Fatigue – What We Learned From the Uber Breach

What Happened, and How Can We Prevent Attacks Like these? Not All MFA Is Created Equal The recent cyber-attack on Uber has had the tech community buzzing. The incident, an example of an attack method called MFA Fatigue, brings up an essential point about MFA that all individuals and organizations need to know: Not All MFA […]


CYBER INSURANCE WON’T PAY

Unless You Do These Things First Company budgets are now being firmed up for 2023 and, as the frequency, severity, and cost of cyber-attacks increase dramatically, it’s no wonder that enterprise demand for cyber insurance has also skyrocketed. But, while cyber insurance may seem like a relatively easy way for a company to plug in […]


Zero Trust Security & Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Time to Fix What’s Broken Zero Trust Security & Identity and Access Management need to be updated for the modern workplace. The days of Castle-and-Moat security for the organization – where everything was considered secure inside corporate perimeter walls – are over. Today, users are seldom in one place, so security must consider every identity […]


Trust & Security

A People Story TRUST. It’s a people thing. Not a technology thing. People build reliable technology. Not the other way around. Choosing which cybersecurity tools you trust to implement and use starts with people. If you’re looking for a solution, you need to know what exactly they are selling, who’s behind it, what problems the […]


You can’t have Security without Privacy

Privacy vs. Security. Can you have both? While there’s a difference, we think the two belong together – especially when it comes to Identity. While data security has become increasingly important for companies of all sizes – with the risk and severity of cyberattack steadily rising – regulations like GDPR, CCPA mean companies are also having […]


LastPass Says No Passwords Compromised in Security Scare …

But you should ditch that master password anyway. And it’s easier than you may think. Last week Tuesday, another security scare hit cyberspace and password manager LastPass. The scare points, once again, to the fact that passwords are risky. Several users reported receiving email alerts from LastPass, warning that unauthorized attempts had been made to […]


Are You Using the Most Effective Cloud Security Controls?

No doubt enterprises have embraced the cloud, but how about optimizing their cloud security controls? It seems that many enterprises are still not using the crucial tools offered by their cloud provider to ensure tracking, better control user access, and enhance security at every turn. To get the most out of your cloud services, you […]


4 Types of Employees with the Greatest Risk for Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks are making a serious comeback, thanks in huge part to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the 2020 Phishing Attack Landscape Report, commissioned by GreatHorn and conducted by Cybersecurity Insiders, companies are experiencing an average of 1,185 attacks every month, resulting in 15% of organizations having to spend around one to four days reversing […]


6 Mistakes to Avoid When Deploying Multi-Factor Authentication

The combination of username and password is no longer enough to secure your data. This is why multi-factor authentication (MFA) is being adopted by a growing number of organizations and businesses.  The goal of MFA is to throw three or more hurdles at cybercriminals to deter them from pursuing access to your network to get […]


4 Technologies to Improve Your Security for the Pandemic and Beyond

For security teams, the COVID-19 pandemic either introduced new challenges or magnified old ones. Because of this, many organizations are assessing new security technologies or speeding up the deployments of others, which have already been in the works. For businesses, the pandemic has made it necessary for security teams to protect widely scattered endpoints and […]


7 Mistakes and Oversights to Avoid in SSO Implementation and Management

By allowing users to execute a master sign-on to authenticate themselves, single sign-on (SSO) improves user experience in terms of convenience as well as security. However, while SSO takes away the hassle with logins, successful implementation requires diligent management and the proper tools. Because the truth is implementing SSO requires some work and an unerring […]

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