With millions of employees now attempting to work from home, it’s vital to challenge misconceptions about cybersecurity. Imagine you’re working at the front desk of a tech company when a woman walks through the front door and tells you she was just in a car accident. You ask if there’s anything you can do to
More intelligence does not lead to more security. Here’s why. There’s no shortage of news about data breaches. In the first three quarters of 2019, we’ve seen reports of 1,152 data breaches, exposing more than 160 million records from companies ranging from banks and hospitals to social media sites and restaurants. Admittedly, most security articles
It’s time to move past trivial ‘shift left’ conceptions of DevSecOps and take a hard look at how security work actually gets accomplished. The security community talks a lot about DevSecOps — look at any vendor’s marketing materials. But very few are suggesting any significant changes to the way that security is practiced. DevOps is
Rather than “trust but verify,” a zero trust model assumes that attackers will inevitably get in – if they aren’t already. However, several misconceptions are impeding its adoption. For years, the popular security maxim was “trust but verify.” However, this mindset is no longer sufficient in today’s borderless, global, mobile, cloud-based threatscape. According to Gartner,
The last thing any business needs is a swarm of myths and misunderstandings seeding common and frequent errors organizations of all sizes make in safeguarding data and infrastructure.
Cybersecurity plays an integral role in the realm of good business models. You’d be hard pressed to come across an enterprise which doesn’t have some form