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Companies are spending record-breaking amounts on cybersecurity. That’s because risks are growing; a TechRepublic report noted that data breaches are up more than 50% so far this year. A Kaspersky Labs study found that a whopping 90% of data breaches are caused by human error. User behavior (often in response to social engineering attacks) is […]

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Enterprise Government & Military

Posted on Jan 14, 2019

If you want better and easier server protection than what you have now or have read about elsewhere, then you need something very different. You’ve come to the right place for a brief introduction to the application of zero-trust principles WITHIN the endpoint. If you’re not receptive to change and different paradigms, read no further. […]

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Enterprise

Posted on Nov 8, 2018

Panelists worthy of any CISO’s attention, discussed and prioritized the methods China is using to compromise enterprises via their supply chain, including the currently rare, covert placement of spy chips into computing hardware. China’s ‘2025’ strategy to steal and degrade western economic power affects any enterprise that generates high-margin value and/or is in the same […]

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Posted on Oct 29, 2018

Reports of covertly adding chips to motherboards for industrial espionage require CISO’s to ask their peers and teams ‘what are the Chinese actually doing to steal data from organizations like ours’ and ‘what should we be doing to counter their efforts’? Enterprises targeted by China can get the answers and insights they seek from the […]

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Posted on Sep 26, 2018

AppGuard is facilitating a virtual panel discussion of CISOs on October 3rd to help them help each other better prepare for 2019. Attendees can expect to gain useful insights from peers and join the conversation. Five topics loosely tied to mitigating malware threats will be explored. 1. Evaluate current tools to determine what is and […]

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Posted on Sep 12, 2018

Google recently stated that none of its 80,000 employee accounts using their Titan Security Key has been compromised since deployment. This is because this hardware authentication device is a possession factor that cyber criminals cannot electronically steal as they do passwords. But, as great as this and like tools are, they are susceptible when the […]

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