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How to prepare Microsoft Office and Windows for ransomware and email attacks

You've set up your remote workers during this COVID-19 crisis, but have you made the adjustments to be prepared for a cyber disaster like a ransomware attack?

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12 top IDS/IPS tools

An intrusion detection or prevention system can mean the difference between a safe network and a nasty breach. We've rounded up some of the best and most popular IDS/IPS products on the market.

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10 Slack security tools compared

Slack does a good job of protecting its own code, but you'll need help to stop malware delivered through Slack messages or to avoid exposing personal information.

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5G without governance is risky business

5G implementations that fail to include baking in the needed governance safeguards will be subject to cost overages, inefficiencies and erosion of customer trust. Can your business afford that risk?

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How CISOs and data privacy officers should work together

Close collaboration between CISOs and DPOs can benefit both roles in their efforts to better understand, align with and protect the business.

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4 key problems with digital identity and why we need a new approach

To more accurately and more safely authenticate people online, digital identity needs to better cope with changes in people's lives. It's time to build identity technology for a digital life.

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Toward a common UI for security operations

New dashboards and visualization tools could improve personnel training, and SOC productivity while streamlining security operations.

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The 10 most powerful cybersecurity companies

What makes these 10 security vendors the biggest power players? We break it down.

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8 key security considerations for protecting remote workers

Many security and IT teams suddenly have to support and protect employees who must work remotely due to the COVID-19 crisis. Make sure you cover these areas.

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Review: How ShiftLeft catches vulnerabilities during code development

This combination traffic analysis tool and dynamic application security testing tool works with nearly any language and CI system, is very easy to use, and integrates directly into the development process.

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6 security metrics that matter – and 4 that don’t

The increasingly high stakes of getting security right and growing board interest means metrics are more important than ever. But there are some metrics that are more useful than others.

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How to prevent attackers from using Windows against you

Attackers use standard Microsoft components such as DLLs or PowerShell to avoid detection. These tips will make such "living off the land" attacks harder to execute.

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10 biggest cybersecurity M&A deals of 2019

This past year has been a very active one for mergers and acquisitions in the cybersecurity industry as companies seek to expand their offerings. What will the 2020 M&A market be like?

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Making the case for hardware 2FA in the enterprise

Hardware 2FA tokens are the best and cheapest defense against phishing and credential stuffing attacks, but there are some gotchas.

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RSA 2020: 7 trends and takeaways

Attendance down, costs up, and lots of tech talk

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Do you trust your admins? 5 tips to manage administrator access

The access rights that internal and external network admins possess carry the potential for abuse and errors that can expose systems and data. These practices can help avoid that.

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How to write an effective information security policy

An information security policy is a high-level view of what should be done within a company in regard to information security. Here's how to create one that is an effective tool for improving your security posture.

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How Target evolved its threat hunting program: 3 key steps

Target decided to re-evaluate its successful threat hunting program and found it could do better. This is what they did.

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