Posts tagged with "SSO"



Android 14 for Enterprise: Everything You Need to Know
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 31. October 2023
No matter the size or area of business, all organizations must have a proper cybersecurity strategy in place to protect their infrastructure and data from growing cyber-attacks, which include ransomware, data breaches, and malware threats. Preventing phishing attacks is crucial as they exploit human error, compromising sensitive data and causing financial and reputational damage to organizations.

Solution Highlight: How ISEC7 Can Help with Your ZTA Deployment
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 30. May 2023
The concept of Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) promotes a security approach that assumes no implicit trust in any user or device, regardless of its location or network context. Lately, we explained why every organization should have a cybersecurity strategy in place, using a 7-pillars approach to categorize all the different layers, modules, and functionalities that such a strategy can possibly include. Today, we will discuss how ISEC7, your Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), can help your...

Demystifying Cybersecurity: Zero Trust Architecture in a Nutshell
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 08. May 2023
Nowadays most employees are provided with the ability to work remotely and access their work data and services from virtually any location, on any device, and at any time. While this may be an improvement in terms of offering employees more of a work-life balance, employees still have one *little* thing to worry about: SECURITY. Easier access to more services from more devices and locations translates into an exponentially increased surface of attack, so a comprehensive security strategy must...

Public Service Announcement: Browser in the Browser (BITB) Attacks
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 17. May 2022
With cybersecurity attacks getting increasingly sophisticated, phishing attempts have grown from convincing emails, SMS, or phone calls to convincing Single Sign-On (SSO) prompts that can expose your corporate users. Continuing the growing trend of sophisticated cyberattacks, a new attack has been reported recently that you should know about: Browser in the Browser (BITB) attack. It takes advantage of the SSO security feature used by most organizations.