In the wake of massive computer advancements, why are humans still the ones being asked to generate, know and reveal passwords?
The battle between threat actor and network defender comes down to survival of the fastest.
We’ve compiled a list of five killer resources you can use to help protect your agency from whatever witches, zombies and goblins may come your way.
With resource constraints, especially during the current pandemic, the importance of cybersecurity ecosystems has increased considerably.
While almost everyone loves to hate passwords, they are not the real problem.
Data breaches are getting more sophisticated, while agencies’ cybersecurity teams are being held back by manual processes and disconnected systems.
Like most things, working from home has pros and cons. Employees might get to sleep a little longer or get back hours of their commute time. But they also face new security threats in their home IT environments.
Why start with password management? Managing passwords is frustrating and often very inconvenient for employees. The hurdles are ridiculous.
An effective and aligned organization will help the chief information security officer (CISO) improve its cybersecurity posture and reduce its risks.
Without securing authentication, you allow hackers to steal your intellectual property, steal your money and steal your customers’ personal information.