Posts tagged with "VPN"



BlackBerry UEM version 12.19: Everything You Need to Know
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 31. October 2023
BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is a comprehensive mobile device management solution. It enables organizations to securely manage and control mobile devices, applications, and content. UEM offers a single platform for managing a variety of endpoints, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other mobile devices, to enhance security and productivity.

How ISEC7 Addresses Government Endpoint Protection Needs
30. October 2023
Whether your organization's digital workplace and/or mobile enterprise supports federal field operators in high-risk locations, tactical warfighters, CSfC deployments or internal data administration, ISEC7 can support your unique requirements within a government setting. Zero Trust Endpoint Protection As executive orders push the government towards a Zero Trust architecture strategy, ISEC7 can help government agencies deploy a Zero Trust security strategy, incorporate Zero Trust elements into...

Demystifying Cybersecurity: Goodbye Passwords, Hello Passkeys?
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 10. July 2023
Passwords have been used for decades to protect all types of information, but there are many challenges associated with them. Password fatigue, the feeling from employees of being frustrated by the numerous passwords one needs to remember for different accounts, poses a challenge for enterprises as it can lead to users resorting to weak or reused passwords, compromising security, and increasing the risk of unauthorized access and potential data breaches. Securely managing many user passwords...

How to Extend ZTA to Your Mobility Infrastructure
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 27. June 2023
When the government deploys mobile devices to their employees, the military and federal agencies face several challenges due to the nature of their operations and the sensitivity of the information they handle. Military and federal agencies handle sensitive and classified information, requiring strict adherence to compliance regulations and classification guidelines. Deploying mobile devices while maintaining data confidentiality and integrity presents challenges in terms of encryption, access...

How ISEC7 Addresses Government Endpoint Protection Needs
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 18. April 2023
Whether your organization's digital workplace and/or mobile enterprise supports federal field operators in high-risk locations, tactical warfighters, CSfC deployments or internal data administration, ISEC7 can support your unique requirements within a government setting. Zero Trust Endpoint Protection As executive orders push the government towards a Zero Trust architecture strategy, ISEC7 can help government agencies deploy a Zero Trust security strategy, incorporate Zero Trust elements into...

Quantum Computing | Time to Get Post-Quantum Ready
Blog | Endpoint Protection · 21. March 2023
As we discussed in a recent blog post, quantum computing, like any major technological advance, will bring a lot of good things, but it also poses a serious risk to the security of our communications, making them vulnerable to new quantum-powered attacks performed by state-sponsored cybercriminals. While most technologies used to secure our data were believed to be secure and “unbreakable” some years ago, they will certainly not be in the years to come. Quantum computing is accelerating...

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...

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...

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...

State Sponsored Cyberwarfare at Your Doorstep: What Can You Do?
Blog | Expert's view · 09. March 2022
Theater of war is not limited to the grounds of faraway lands; your critical infrastructure is a tempting target for those looking to cause disruption or destruction as a part of their warfare. The recent armed conflict has highlighted what is possible and the potential for those state sponsored actors. In the US, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released recommendations on how organizations can protect themselves. No organization, no matter the size or area of...

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