While it may be true that businesses can improve their security posture by implementing more robust security methods such as zero trust, there is a lack of highly-skilled cybersecurity professionals to implement and manage complex security methods.
We have reached a point in the originally pandemic-fueled work-from-home scenario where many workers today turn down jobs that require them to spend all working hours in the office.
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In the same way our traditional economy has shifted toward gig workers for efficiency, criminals are learning that there's less work and less risk involved by renting or selling their tools for a portion of the profits than performing attacks themselves.
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Your organization faces attackers motivated to exploit security via multi cloud and hybrid workloads.
The future of hybrid work requires companies to reimagine the employee experience and decide what hybrid work should look like.
Customers in the financial services industry expect personalized service and products as well as guidance to manage and protect assets.
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There is a serious cyber security talent shortage. FSU Department of Computer Science Receives $4.2M to Boost Nation's Cybersecurity Workforce
The rise of remote work and hybrid work has increased the demand for systems that employees can access from anywhere.
When looking at cyber threats posed by nation states, organizations need to assess their risk and prioritize security accordingly. What are the goals of states and criminal gangs? What risks do they pose?
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) has released the first in a series of research summaries culled from a survey about the adoption of zero trust security.
The DOJ and US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network are proposing rules that require financial institutions and related entities (including real estate companies) to provide additional information about suspicious activities that occur within their own and other businesses.
Third-party intrusions serve yet another reminder how quickly and far supply-chain attacks can spread.