3 Steps to Secure Email

3 Steps to Secure Email

Email, the great security hole of all IT. We need it, most of our users (if not all) have access. It remains a top threat vector for the bad actors. Think about it, many ransomware attacks start with an email. Whaling and spear phishing, email, compromised...
4 Cybersecurity Budget Focus Areas for Higher Education in 2020

4 Cybersecurity Budget Focus Areas for Higher Education in 2020

Chief information security officers are grappling with a variety of issues as they try to keep their campuses safe from cyber criminals. In fact, the No. 1 issue for higher ed IT leaders this year is information security, according to EDUCAUSE, a nonprofit association...
Which Solution Is Best to Control Access?

Which Solution Is Best to Control Access?

Recently a customer asked us to compare Privileged Access Management (PAM) and Password Manager (PM) products, thinking they were the same thing. Single Sign-On (SSO) is also often confused for these other two types of products. Let’s look at each and their...
The Accidental Insider Threat – A clear and present risk

The Accidental Insider Threat – A clear and present risk

Media images depict the unknown ‘hooded’ bad actor in the dark room with many computer screens and we often forget about one the biggest risks organizations face – the insider. The insider can be broken into two categories, 1) the accidental insider who is duped...
What is Credential Stuffing?

What is Credential Stuffing?

Credential stuffing has been in the news because it is a method of attempting to take over accounts of a company by using the databases of known breaches to ‘stuff’ thousands or millions of known credentials into an automated bot and attempting to see if they can get...