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The Changing Attack Landscape and Foiling Detection Evasion

Detection-based cybersecurity approaches lock organizations in to frustrating, unending and costly “cat and mouse” games with clever cybercriminals. Break the cycle with Zero Trust defenses that strengthen protection to keep even unknown ...

Framing ZTNA and Security Parameters: Risks, Tenets and Best Practices

The Growing Need for Zero Trust Network Access As we set the stage for wider adoption of Zero Trust Remote Access methodology and solutions, it’s worth a quick look back at the ...

ZTNA and CASB: Combining Key Pieces of the SASE Puzzle

What’s Next for Zero Trust? Everyone in the security industry has been knee-deep in the concept of Zero Trust for some time, and by all appearances, that’s not changing soon.  Since the ...

Improving Cybersecurity by Preventing Lateral Movement

Minimize damage from cyberattacks and malicious insiders by shutting down lateral movement within networks The post Improving Cybersecurity by Preventing Lateral Movement appeared first on Ericom Blog ...

The Role of Microsegmentation in Zero Trust Security

As one of the keys to implementing least-privilege access, microsegmentation is an essential element in the Zero Trust toolbox ...
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Applying Enterprise Access Lessons From COVID-19

The pandemic showed that VPNs were no longer the gold standard when it came to network access COVID-19 is impacting our world in many ways. One likely consequence of the pandemic will ...
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Zero Trust Can Fix Healthcare’s Security Problem

Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are under attack from cyber criminals. In 2019 healthcare was one of the most targeted industries. In the first half of 2019 alone, there were 168 attacks ...

Zero Trust Trends to Watch Out For in 2020

We all know Zero Trust is the new norm.The term, along with the model it defines, went from relative obscurity to having “household-name” status (well, if the people in your household work ...

It’s Time to Replace SMB with Something Smarter

Original network protocols are starting to age out of usefulness. HTTP is being replaced by HTTPS, people are trying to replace DNS with DNSSEC, and TLS just got its first update in ...