Implementing Zero Trust Model

Surveys Show Enterprises Slow to Adopt Zero Trust

The Zero Trust approach to cybersecurity is beginning to make inroads in IT departments of all shapes and sizes. Nevertheless, a recent survey shows that while cybersecurity professionals are aware of the growing risks posed by technological change, integrating Zero Trust systems is low on their to-do lists. The aforementioned ... Read More
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Asynchronous Nature of Asymmetric Cyberwarfare

Bringing Real-Time Data Discovery to the Cybersecurity Puzzle

One solution is helping organizations keep data private at rest and in motion, easing the data discovery process and helping organizations meet compliance regulations While protecting consumer privacy has always been a concern for enterprises, recent developments in global compliance regulations, such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation ... Read More
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HyTrust CloudControl 6.0 Brings Unified Security to Multi-Cloud Environments

HyTrust CloudControl 6.0 Unifies Security for Multi-Cloud Environments

Cybersecurity is becoming a critical concern for organizations adopting multi-cloud environments. That concern is further growing in magnitude thanks to widespread adoption of containers being used to power the next generation of hybrid cloud solutions. HyTrust is attempting to assuage some of those multi-cloud concerns with the latest iteration of ... Read More
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Security Remains Low Priority for Business

Privileged Access Management Solutions Poised for Growth

Enterprises are embracing privileged access management (PAM) solutions as a means to better combat insider threats while also meeting new regulations. According to research firm Grand View Research, the PAM market is set to reach $3.5 billion with a 20 percent to 30 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over ... Read More
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Manufacturing Target for Cybercriminals

Moxa Industrial Switch Vulnerabilities Expose Major Industries to Compromises

Major industrial networks, such as those in the oil and gas, transportation and maritime logistics sectors, may be vulnerable to network compromises due to recently discovered security flaws in Moxa industrial switches. The vulnerabilities were discovered by Positive Technologies experts Ivan Boyko, Vyacheslav Moskvin and Sergey Fedonin, and impact Moxa’s ... Read More
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DigiCert Purchases QuoVadis, Becomes a Qualified TSP

DigiCert Purchases QuoVadis, Becomes a Qualified TSP

Utah-based DigiCert acquired Swiss company QuoVadis in January, with the intention of delivering Qualified digital certificates and e-signature platforms certified for ETSI standards.  QuoVadis is a qualified trust service provider (TSP) in the EU, a leading country in protecting the privacy of its citizens, starting decades ago with the 1995 Data Protection Directive ... Read More
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