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A data breach is any person’s nightmare. It can affect you mentally and financially, and an 100% unhackable device or account necessitates taking precautionary measures.   Hackers target small and medium businesses as they don’t have the resources to pay for cybersecurity tools and network upgrades to protect their data against the latest cybercriminals’ tricks as large corporations do. Then, they steal your data, putting your job, company or private life in jeopardy. A professional hacker...

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Cybersecurity has never been a low-stress field. The industry attracts dedicated, highly-skilled perfectionists who are all too willing to shoulder the burden of a company’s cybersecurity without complaint. Yet, increased threats of ransomware and cyberattacks are creating an anxiety filled workplace. The current technological skills gap means there is frequently too much work for too few people. Stress, working overtime, missing holidays and birthdays, it’s all too often considered ‘part of the job.’ 9 in...

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Cybersecurity is complex – but it doesn’t need to be costly or complicated

The pandemic tested the business resilience of every organisation. Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) had to maximise their digital footprint to keep operational, service their customers and survive. Just as companies are starting to return to some semblance of new normal, another threat is on the horizon. The pandemic has fuelled an increase in cybercrime that shows no signs of abating. Small and medium sized enterprises caught in the cross hairs The speed with...

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Alan Radford

The past decade has seen cybersecurity barge its way into the mainstream. A meteoric rise in attack rates during COVID-19, major incidents such as the Colonial Pipeline attack, and an increasingly tense geopolitical landscape have all contributed to cybersecurity’s current position at the top of global news feeds. As cybercrime infects every facet of our daily lives, and technological advancements do little to stop the spread, many security professionals are turning to traditional solutions for...

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API Security: Best Tools and Resources

Every organisation is facing a multitude of security challenges. These range from getting the basics right, like ensuring the correct firewall is in place, to higher-level challenges, such as API security and data privacy.   One of the greatest challenges facing organizations these days is a comprehensive approach to API security. With an expanding number of APIs in use, and added complexity arising from service oriented architecture (SOA,) the cloud, and containers/Kubernetes, enabling full life-cycle...

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If you are looking to advertise your business online, then you might be wondering: Is SEO better than paid ads? Paid ads and SEO both promote brands on the SERP, but how do they compare? SEO aims to boost your website's organic ranking in search engine results pages, while PPC promotes your site content via keyword phrases. Ultimately, both methods have their advantages and disadvantages. Learn the pros and cons of each type of marketing...

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One Identity Guest Blog – The password checklist

By Dan Conrad, Security team lead at One Identity   It is not a secret that passwords are not a particularly secure method of protection, furthermore in a world where multifactor authentication is becoming the norm, talking about password hygiene seems a little dated but still, according to the Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report, credentials are the route to data breaches in 61% of incidents.      In an ideal world, and increasingly in reality, any...

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Jack Lindsay IT Security Guru

Cloud security is the umbrella that holds within it: IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. Gartner created the SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) category for solutions that continuously assess security risk and manage the SaaS applications' security posture. With enterprises having 1,000 or more employees relying on dozens to hundreds of apps, the need for deep visibility and remediation for SaaS security settings is only getting more critical. The top pain points for SaaS security stem from:...

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Jack Lindsay IT Security Guru

It’s unfortunate, but true: SaaS attacks continue to increase. You can’t get around it, COVID-19 accelerated the already exploding SaaS market and caused industries not planning on making a switch to embrace SaaS. With SaaS apps becoming the default system of record for organizations, it has left many struggling to secure their company’s SaaS estate. CISOs and security professionals work to limit this burgeoning threat landscape, however, it’s a work in progress.   One slight misconfiguration...

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Jack Lindsay IT Security Guru

There is often confusion between Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB) and SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) solutions, as both are designed to address security issues within SaaS applications. CASBs protect sensitive data by implementing multiple security policy enforcements to safeguard critical data. For identifying and classifying sensitive information, like Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Intellectual Property (IP), and business records, CASBs definitely help. However, as the number of SaaS apps increase, the amount of misconfigurations and...

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