Month: March 2021

What is Zero Trust Security & Why it is Essential for a Remote Work Force

Zero Trust is a hot topic these days – for good reason. Businesses are quickly transitioning to the “new normal” and that includes supporting and securing a remote workforce. Today’s organizations need a new security model that more effectively adapts to the complexity of the modern environment, embraces the mobile workforce, and protects people, devices,…

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How to Protect Your Microsoft Office 365 from Cyber Attacks

The pandemic forced many businesses to quickly move their applications and data assets to the cloud – Microsoft Office being one of the most popular applications to move to the cloud. This move has expanded the attack surface for organizations. Here are some steps your businesses should take to protect your Microsoft Office 365 environment:…

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SEC Announces 2021 Exam Priorities

On March 3, 2021, the SEC OCIE announced its exam priorities for 2021. The sudden shift to a decentralized workforce and remote operations has raised new concerns about firms’, endpoint security, data loss, remote access, use of third-party communication systems and vendor management. The SEC will focus their exams on the security gaps created by…

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Best Practices for Securing a Remote Workforce

Businesses today are facing more cyber threats than ever. As companies figure out how to best deal with a remote work force, hackers are taking advantage of the situation to stay one step ahead. This white paper offers actionable guidance on how to secure a remote work force using best practices. It addresses many of…

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