The Importance of A Secure Foundation in Next-Gen Enterprise Security

The emergence of Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), zero-day vulnerability exploits, and the ever-present threat posed by arguably the most dangerous of adversaries, the organization’s own users, continue to poke new holes in even the most well-laid security architectures. While the tools that attempt to keep data and other assets safe are doing their best to keep pace, malicious software, and the people behind it, continue to find ways to...

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Government Agencies Lack Security in Public Cloud Deployments

Public sector data breaches have been on the rise in 2016, hitting government agencies hard all across the globe. According to the latest breach figures in the US alone, 38% of breached records are attributed to government and military agencies, second only to healthcare for largest numbers of breached records. Although government agencies only account for 7% of total breaches, these breaches tend to be devastatingly large. A recent...

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The Yahoo Breach Fallout Could Last for Years

On December 14, 2016, Yahoo posted a Security Notice announcing that over 1 billion Yahoo user accounts were breached in August, 2013. This data breach is separate, although possibly linked, to the September 22, 2016 state-sponsored breach that affected 500 million people. The repercussions of this data breach are wide-reaching and promise to be long-lasting. Yahoo announced that an unauthorized third party breached the data files of 1 billion...

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