Companies need to consider whether their supply chain takes network security as seriously as they do
Apr 02, 2022
As attacks on enterprises get more frequent and sophisticated, keeping up with your own company’s cybersecurity is not enough.
Department of Defense urges use of continuous Authorization To Operate (cATO)
Mar 14, 2022
Last month, a memorandum was released for senior pentagon leadership, defense agencies and Department of Defense (DoD) field activity directors urging the use of continuous Authorization To Operate (cATO).
The transition to zero trust: How prepared are federal agencies?
Mar 02, 2022
Spurred on by the recent rise in cyber attacks on critical national infrastructure, in 2021 President Biden first set the expectation for all federal agencies to implement zero trust architecture (ZTA) within their networks. In the months following the Cyber Executive Order, federal agencies have been scrambling to meet the ambitious timeline given to them to get their zero trust strategies in place.
Network segmentation is key to improving data security
Feb 11, 2022
Network segmentation is a robust security measure that is often underutilized by organizations’ network security teams. In the current threat landscape with increasingly sophisticated attacks, the successful prevention of network breaches cannot be guaranteed.
The ripple effect of ransomware attacks: Kronos in chaos with millions affected
Jan 26, 2022
There is a misconception that organizations who regularly backup their systems are immune from severe damage in the event of a cyberattack. Last month’s ransomware attack on the tech giant Ultimate Kronos Group (UKG) and their Kronos software perfectly illustrates the damaging knock-on effect of ransomware.