Posts tagged with "Zero Trust"



26. July 2022
Data Loss Protection vs. Data Leakage Prevention
In a recent blog post, we introduced called Data Loss Protection (DLP), a security component and part of Zero Trust (ZT) architecture that is designed to help corporations protect information and avoid unauthorized data and document exfiltration.
12. July 2022
IoT - Internet of Things
Security challenge Zero Trust (ZT) is predicated on having the proper access and users to complete multifactor authentication. How do you know that someone is the person they say they are? With the exponential growth of home-based work, boosted even further by the pandemic, more and more employees are now hired remotely, with all interviews and hiring processes conducted online using video conferencing and email. So far so good, but this does represent a potential risk of hiring a person who is...
14. June 2022
Demystifying Cybersecurity: Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM)
In the past, all corporate services used to be located on-premises, behind well-guarded walls. 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.
03. May 2022
Demystifying Security: Conditional Access
What is the challenge? Nowadays, with employees able to access work resources from different types of devices (e.g., desktop, tablet, mobile phone) and different locations (e.g., office, home, public), the challenge for security and mobility teams is ensuring that only authorized devices are allowed onto the network. It’s also about striking the right balance that allows users/employees to be productive from anywhere, at any time, while still protecting corporate resources. Conditional Access...
09. March 2022
State Sponsored Cyberwarfare at Your Doorstep: What Can You Do?
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...
08. November 2021
Jennlog Malicious Loader
A malicious loader named Jennlog has recently been used by an Iranian threat actor called Agrius in a ransomware attack against a university in Israel. The malware was written in .NET assembly language, and designed to target Windows® machines.
19. October 2021
Security Maturity Model Part 2
How do you provide cybersecurity for an already complex ecosystem? How do we keep it simple for the end-users, so they don’t circumvent protocols put in place designed to protect them and their devices? Continuing our Security Maturity Model blog series, we’re looking into the incremental needs of larger organizations, or an organization spread out globally. How do we stay secure, while still providing seamless access to resources within the ecosystem and...
05. July 2021
FBI Attributes Ransomware Attack on Meatpacker JBS to REvil
The attacks on the world’s largest meat supplier, JBS, from May 30, 2021, took place by theRansomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) group REvil (also known as Sodin/Sodinokibi), the FBI informed. Such attacks could endanger the global food supply chain, and show the vulnerable state of critical infrastructure worldwide.
21. June 2021
A better approach to cybersecurity
Which Comes First: EPP, EDR or XDR? Recently there have been a few industry reports that have shed light – perhaps a confusing light – on BlackBerry’s cybersecurity vision. Rest assured, we are not wavering in our beliefs or slowed in our production. In fact, we’ve doubled the size of our portfolio in the last few months alone. We’ve released a new generation (the seventh) of our Cylance® AI engine math model (although our five-year-old model prevented Darkside just fine).
15. June 2021
Capitol Hill Technology Vendor the Latest Victim of Ransomware Crimewave
On Tuesday June 8th, iConstituent, a technology vendor used by dozens of House offices on Capitol Hill, became the latest high-profile victim of a ransomware attack. This crippling cyberattack on the constituent-outreach company comes on the heels of successful ransomware campaigns against a major U.S. pipeline system, Colonial Pipeline, the world’s largest meat supplier JBS, and electronics giant Acer.

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