Mosyle closed a $196 million funding round to expand beyond mobile device management and provide a holistic security platform for Apple devices. The company wants to boost adoption of Mosyle Fuse, which combines MDM, endpoint security, encrypted DNS, identity management and app management.
Organizations need to protect their most valuable asset: data. And while cloud and BYOD adoption has provided users anywhere access to corporate data, it has opened up the available entry points for bad actors looking to maximize their return.
Today, nearly 8% of all data breaches involve ransomware, with an...
Data breaches have increased for 75% of organizations due to the onslaught of remote work unleashed by the global pandemic. Suffering a breach has implications for regulatory compliance, brand reputation, data subject safety, and enterprise success overall. In other words, the end is nigh for many companies and their...
This document is a security guideline for enterprise deployments of Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform. It contains security configuration and policy recommendations for Ansible Tower using the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Risk Management Framework (RMF) and supporting security controls...
In ransomware attacks, cybercriminals attack through the backups because they know that security practitioners rely on backups to save themselves after a ransomware attack. Therefore, it is essential to have multiple backups, says Tom Kellermann, head of cybersecurity strategy at VMware.
Security is one of the most important considerations in development today, impacting all aspects of
the application life cycle. In fact, security has risen to a business-level imperative, a top-of-mind priority for C-level executives because one security breach can destroy a brand’s reputation.
A compromise of sensitive health information affecting nearly 38,000 individuals discovered nearly a year after a terminated company executive accessed the data spotlights some of the top security and privacy challenges covered entities and business associates face with insiders.
They are high-profile, they have access to your
company’s most vital information, they rely on
unsecured personal devices – and your cyber
adversaries are targeting them. They are your
board members, and Chris Pierson of BlackCloak
has ideas on where and how you can better secure
Network automation initiatives can help improve compliance, but how do you make sure the automation reduces—rather than increases—your organization's risks? This whitepaper examines how enterprises can build a network automation initiative that improves compliance and reduces risk.
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Three things are increasingly common among corporate software engineering teams: they seek faster innovation, they seek improved security, and they utilize a massive volume of open source libraries. If any of these factors apply to you, you'll want to read this report.
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Healthcare went through five years of transformation over the course of 2020. How does this new telehealth focus most change how healthcare security leaders must view cybersecurity?
In an eBook with Information Security Media Group, Hank Schless of Lookout discusses:
Legacy technology. Connected devices. Third-party access risks. Industrial sites face the same IT and OT challenges as other business enterprises, yet often they are overlooked. Michael Shannon of Cisco shares insights on IT/OT convergence and security transformation.
What's that IoT device on your network? A lot of organizations may not know. That's why Gartner analyst Tim Zimmerman says enterprises need to create IoT security policies and governance rules to reduce risk.
CIOs and CISOs have now been charged with
addressing the cybersecurity risks of OT and IoT,
as well as Enterprise IT, environments. Because of
this, they are now looking to establish a holistic
route to cybersecurity management across the
broader technology stack.
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Legacy endpoint security approaches are complex, resource-intensive and require multiple point products. Many solutions focus on stopping known attack methods but leave organizations vulnerable to new threats.
It doesn't have to be this way. There is a new, better approach - intrinsic security.