While USB flash drives are incredibly convenient, they are also a bane for corporate I.T. executives, as these ubiquitous little devices carry with them huge data security risks.
While the majority of cybersecurity attacks originate remotely, one recent story illustrates how an insider attack can easily wreak havoc on an organization.
The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating the need for more-effective endpoint security measures as the new work-from-home society threatens corporate networks.
Zero Trust Security is more important than ever, as the number of cyber attacks has exploded since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
It's easy to overestimate how secure a workspace really is. Experience shows that in the workplace, computer theft is very often overlooked.
We have become utterly dependent on data. And yet, for the vast majority of systems, the physical points of access to our data networks remain unguarded.
Most cybsersecurity solutions are designed to react to an incursion, rather than to prevent it, leaving the billions of data ports and connectors unguarded.
The pyramid of Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom (DIKW) has become a critical element for defending against network contamination and sabotage.
According to a report released by data-security company Varonis, cybersecurity budgets have increased by 141 percent between 2010 and 2018.
The data ports and cable connections of data and IT networks offer the easiest, most numerous points of access for data theft, compromise, and infection.