Quantum Computing | Time to Get Post-Quantum Ready
Blog | Expert's view · 07. February 2023
Quantum computing has been on the rise in recent years, going from a conceptual, futuristic technology to becoming a reality. The first quantum-based products are now becoming available to consumers, from computers to smartphones. While this new branch of computing could be a major milestone in the evolution of computers and allow for processing more information faster than before with many applications, it could also possibly endanger the security of our data and communications, as the current...

Solution Highlight: DRACOON
Blog | Endpoint Productivity · 30. January 2023
What is DRACOON? DRACOON is an Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) solution developed in Germany, providing a secure data center for corporate and classified data.

Demystifying Security: Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS)
Blog | Endpoint Productivity · 11. January 2023
What is the challenge? Until recently, the easiest way to share documents or files with other employees was either using a USB drive (for large documents) or sending them by emails, if size allowed; email was also the option of choice when sending documents to external contacts. For larger documents, external providers like WeTransfer were used to temporally hold the file for the recipient to later retrieve and download.

2022: The Year in Review & Looking Forward to 2023
13. December 2022
Coming out of 2021, a year that was spent entirely in a global pandemic, 2022 was expected to be the year of rebuilding and returning to “normalcy” in some way. However, 2022 saw the outbreak of a war between Russia and Ukraine in addition to households across the world being directly impacted by inflation and recession. As a result, many were forced to do “more with less” to cope with these struggles. This applies to organizations, which have had to work around inflation while still...

Considerations When Moving to the Cloud
30. November 2022
In the past few years, with the rise of mobile devices and the need to access all services from anywhere on any type of device, organizations have been leveraging cloud providers to host more and more services, seeking to optimize both cost and availability. It seems like the obvious way forward for most organizations is to partially move to the cloud while maintaining their current on-premises infrastructure (a hybrid environment), or to move to the cloud completely. Moving to the cloud has...

Response, Responsibility, and Legal Exposure
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 16. November 2022
What Happened? Last month, the former Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of a prominent ride-hailing and food delivery organization was found guilty by a federal jury of an attempt to cover up a cybersecurity attack faced by the organization a couple of years ago. What’s different here from previous similar legal cases is that for the first time a guilty verdict makes the person (in this case the CISO) personally liable, not for the security breach itself, but for attempting to cover...

Public Security Announcement: Microsoft Teams Vulnerabilities
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 01. November 2022
This week we highlight Microsoft Teams vulnerabilities and advise how you can protect and secure your infrastructure. Click to learn more.

Lessons Learned from a System Major Hack
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 18. October 2022
How Can We Prevent This? Once we understand what happened and how, it is now time to learn from it and build a plan to remedy it and ensure such scenarios cannot happen in the future. You know the saying, “Fool me once...” However, in this case, we know that this very company was allegedly hacked a couple of years ago and ended up paying a ransom to the hacker to delete the stolen data and “keep it quiet”; but based on what occurred, it looks like they did not learn from this and still...

Lessons Learned from a Major Hack
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 04. October 2022
What Happened? Recently, a prominent ride-hailing and food delivery company suffered a major cybersecurity attack; the hacker(s) managed to penetrate the organization’s internal network and gain access to their back-end systems, including the ones storing private and sensitive customer data. Data exfiltration was neither confirmed nor denied, but several internal services, including internal communications seem to have been disrupted, rendering them temporarily unavailable or unusable,...

Data Loss Protection vs. Data Leakage Prevention
Blog | Expert's view · 21. September 2022
Your security posture is made up of many critical components - including network, hardware, software suite, policies, data, and people – that all combined deliver an overall status of an organization’s cybersecurity readiness. In previous blog posts, we talked about the growing need for organizations to strengthen their security posture by way of a cybersecurity plan.

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