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The essential elements of a killer cloud strategy

Posted by Cathie Briggette on Wed, Nov 01, 2017

Blog Written by: Danish Wadhwa from www.flydot.biz

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Cloud Security

What does it mean to be security aware?

Posted by Hannah Manning on Tue, Jun 27, 2017

In previous blog posts, we’ve talked a lot about how important it is to be aware of how secure your firewall really is. But you may be wondering one thing: what does it even mean to be “security aware?”

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Topics: Data Security, Cloud Security, anti virus, cybersecurity

3 BEST Ways to Protect your Cloud Accounts

Posted by Steven Lai on Fri, May 12, 2017

There are quite a few cloud based applications,  such as iCloud, twitter, facebook, that are known to be easily hacked, especially with the wave of hacks against celebrity accounts.  So it is very important to take these three steps and measurements to ensure protection on all of your Cloud Accounts.

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Topics: Data Security, Apple, Cloud Security, cybersecurity

Top 10 KnowBe4 IT Security Trends for 2017

Posted by Cathie Briggette on Tue, Jan 03, 2017
These trends are practical things that will help you keep your network safer with improved defense-in-depth.
  1. A move from being defensive to a more proactive approach to IT security, for instance application firewalls that actually work and are easy to deploy.

  2. Machine learning that *works* spreads out to legacy endpoint security tools, and is able to do real-time payload analysis to prevent ransomware attacks.
  3. You will finally get affordable and smart enough network traffic analysis tools that will show if your network has been penetrated, combined with:
  4. Platforms that will show you understandable threat intelligence with analytics and reporting that will dramatically shorten the "dwell time" of hackers in your network.
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Topics: Data Security, Cloud Security, cybersecurity, ransomware attacks, social engineering

5 Ways Your Cloud-Computing Security Could be at Risk

Posted by Molly Abrahamson on Tue, Nov 08, 2016

In a recent study, the Ponemon Institute interviewed 3,476 IT professionals and IT security practitioners from the US and around the globe. It was discovered that 73 percent of respondents find cloud-computing and cloud-based services vital to their organization’s operations. 54 percent however, said that their companies don’t have a proactive approach to security. As cloud-computing becomes more useful and popular, it is critical to pay attention to the security of these cloud services, especially when the customer data stored in the cloud is the data most vulnerable to hackers. According to the report, “protection of data in the cloud is important but not practiced.” Security breaches result in a lack of customer trust, which leads to a decline in revenue.

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Topics: Cloud Security