How a Zero Trust Network Can Keep Your Business Data Secure
The numerous data breaches that occurred over the years clearly indicate that cybersecurity is still prone to failure. Every new security measure system defenders come up with is eventually thwarted by hackers. The number of affected users is staggering. A minimum of 500 million Yahoo users were affected by the 2014
Why DevOps Needs to Embrace Distributed Tracing
No one ever said devops was easy. Embracing devops means that owning a service is now more than just writing the code, but also deploying that code, monitoring it, and being ready to respond when t…
Protecting Critical Infrastructure Networks with Zero Trust Segmentation
Critical infrastructure providers are increasingly implementing IoT systems to support, augment, or update their already networked operational technology. Further, critical infrastructure is often managed and deployed over connected systems supported...
Why you shouldn't trust the "world's most secure" email service
Extraordinary claims need extraordinary evidence, but Nomx offers none.
What is Inbox Zero?
Inbox zero is a rigorous approach to email management aimed at keeping the inbox empty -- or almost empty -- at all times.
Zero Trust: Why ‘cyber insurance’ offers no GDPR compliance
With the finable GDPR compliance deadline just weeks away, the vultures are circling – and leading the pack is a group of companies touting so-called ‘cyber insurance’. While the majority of IT security vendors are opting to scare the heck out of organizations with their demands for rip and replace strategies to safeguard personal data, several small business insurers are opting for a sugar pill instead…
What it takes to build a zero trust network
Zero trust networks offer better protection against data breaches, but the road to them can be arduous.
10 Tips for Better Distributed Teams with Hansoft
Distributed teams are prevalent at organizations everywhere. They’re often just as efficient as co-located teams. But only when they’re equipped with the right tools, and using those tools in the right way. Join this webinar to hear top teamwork tips from the Hansoft team based on feedback from customers. We’ll share proven ways to work efficiently and effectively using Hansoft. You will also get a sneak peek of brand-new improvements coming to Hansoft 10.1.
How IoT is making distributed computing cool again
From the halls of academia to the boardroom, the internet of things is bringing distributed computing back into spotlight.
Why zero trust is crucial to compliance
Zero trust verifies identity and payload each time an east-west movement is attempted, stopping the attack before data can be reached, much less breached.
How To Secure Mobile Devices In A Zero Trust World
86% of enterprises are seeing mobile threats growing the fastest this year, outpacing other threat types and 48% say they’ve sacrificed security to “get the job done” up from 32% last year.
Zero Trust eXtended Ecosystem Wave
In the current threat environment, here’s why a platform with a breadth of integrated capabilities is key
How L.A. Tourism Secures a Distributed Workforce
The structure of work is changing rapidly. Driven by technology advancement, a global economy and a constant push for more productivity, there is a fast-moving trend toward enabling a distributed workforce. A 2018 study by Upwork illustrates the prevalence of remote work 63 percent of companies now have remote workers (homebound employees, partly homebound employees, freelancers and those that co-work) 48 percent of companies use freelancers…
How To Protect Healthcare IoT Devices In A Zero Trust World
Healthcare executives say privacy concerns (59%), legacy system integration (55%) and security concerns (54%) are the top three barriers holding back Internet of Things (IoT) adoption in healthcare organizations today according to the Accenture 2017 Internet of Health Things Survey. Over 100M healthcare IoT devices are installed worldwide today, growing to 161M by 2020, attaining …
What is zero-based budgeting?
Zero-based budgeting, or ZBB, is a rigorous budgeting process that requires every dollar of every expense to be justified even if the expense has been occurring for many years. For example, if a company has been spending $100,000 each year for the rent of warehouse space, the zero-based budgeting...
3 Ways to "Own It" on a Large, Distributed Team
It's so easy to say, "That's not my problem." But this builds animosity and further drives us apart when we should be working together.
What Do Agencies Need to Implement Zero-Trust?
A new report from ACT-IAC (American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council) finds that zero-trust technologies are available and lend themselves to incremental installation, but need support from the mission side of the agency for effective implementation.
How to create an Apple VPP account and distribute apps
Erik Eckel explains how to take advantage of the Apple Volume Purchase Program to distribute and manage iOS apps for your organization.
Why IT is Giving 'Zero Trust' a Close Look
Modern SOCs drowning in complexity are eager for integrated solutions that will work well together to strengthen security
What does a zero-trust model mean for network security?
Zero trust has emerged as a compelling way to approach network security, but a lot of unknown factors complicate the model. Learn how a zero-trust model works with software-defined perimeters, VPNs and access control lists.