A collection of 69 posts
Public Cloud Risks - Is Your Organization Prepared for Cloud Threats?
The rapid adoption of the public and hybrid cloud doesn’t necessarily mean that sensitive information stored on remote servers or shared clouds is secure. This blog highlights the risks associated with the public cloud and how businesses can take timely action to avoid the risks.
Implementing Zero Trust? Make Sure You're Doing It Correctly
Though zero trust architecture may be potent for reinforcing overall security, chances of sneaking and security breaches aren’t always zero. If not implemented correctly, zero trust could lead to various security and user experience issues and hampers overall business growth.
Is the Rise of Machine Identity Posing a Threat to Enterprise Security?
Cybercriminals are always on the hunt to exploit a loophole in the overall security mechanism in the digital world where machine-to-machine communication is the new normal. It’s no longer enough to assume services/devices accessing sensitive data can be trusted.
How to Use Multi-Factor Authentication When You Don’t Have Cell Phone Access
To verify the identity of clients, many security-minded organisations use multi-factor authentication. The most popular approach is to send a code via SMS text message to customers, which the customer then enters on the website or app. But what if you drive and have no mobile phone service?
How to Set Up Two-factor Authentication on All Your Online Accounts
2FA is one of the best security methods that use two layers to verify a consumer’s identity. This means, rather than simply entering the password to log into an account, two-factor authentication requires a code to be sent via text message to a consumer's phone number or generated through an app.