Mosyle closed a $196 million funding round to expand beyond mobile device management and provide a holistic security platform for Apple devices. The company wants to boost adoption of Mosyle Fuse, which combines MDM, endpoint security, encrypted DNS, identity management and app management.
This document is a security guideline for enterprise deployments of Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform. It contains security configuration and policy recommendations for Ansible Tower using the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Risk Management Framework (RMF) and supporting security controls...
Security is one of the most important considerations in development today, impacting all aspects of
the application life cycle. In fact, security has risen to a business-level imperative, a top-of-mind priority for C-level executives because one security breach can destroy a brand’s reputation.
They are high-profile, they have access to your
company’s most vital information, they rely on
unsecured personal devices – and your cyber
adversaries are targeting them. They are your
board members, and Chris Pierson of BlackCloak
has ideas on where and how you can better secure
Network automation initiatives can help improve compliance, but how do you make sure the automation reduces—rather than increases—your organization's risks? This whitepaper examines how enterprises can build a network automation initiative that improves compliance and reduces risk.
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Three things are increasingly common among corporate software engineering teams: they seek faster innovation, they seek improved security, and they utilize a massive volume of open source libraries. If any of these factors apply to you, you'll want to read this report.
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Legacy technology. Connected devices. Third-party access risks. Industrial sites face the same IT and OT challenges as other business enterprises, yet often they are overlooked. Michael Shannon of Cisco shares insights on IT/OT convergence and security transformation.
What's that IoT device on your network? A lot of organizations may not know. That's why Gartner analyst Tim Zimmerman says enterprises need to create IoT security policies and governance rules to reduce risk.
Legacy endpoint security approaches are complex, resource-intensive and require multiple point products. Many solutions focus on stopping known attack methods but leave organizations vulnerable to new threats.
It doesn't have to be this way. There is a new, better approach - intrinsic security.
COVID-19 has exacerbated preexisting cyberthreats, from counter incident response and island hopping to lateral movement and destructive attacks. These attacks are ratcheting up existing geopolitical tensions.
Organizations, most of which depend on VPNs and other traditional network security infrastructure, may not...
A hacking group targeting Iranian dissidents has developed malware that can bypass two-factor authentication protection on Android devices to steal passwords, according to Check Point Research. The hackers have also targeted victims' Telegram accounts.
Data has a definite lifecycle. Understanding that lifecycle and looking at data through the lens of that life cycle creates new ways of looking and thinking about data and create a language to understand and see new opportunities for the data the organization holds and also perhaps opportunities to dispose of data...
As many IT teams work overtime to enable remote workers, maintaining security practices and compliance may not be top of mind, but threat actors are actively seeking opportunities to benefit from current circumstances.
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Federal government agencies face unique cybersecurity risks, and as a result they often place tight restrictions on mobile devices in the workplace. But perhaps it's time to loosen these restrictions because they are negatively impacting missions, recruitment and retention.
There are consequences of cutting back or...
Zoom has apologized for sharing large sets of user data by default with Facebook, blaming the social network's software development kit, which it has removed from its iOS app. With COVID-19 driving unprecedented levels of remote working, video conferencing software is under the privacy and security microscope.