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IoE: The Internet of Espionage

4/12/2019
As employees live their lives across an increasingly IoT-enabled landscape (with devices often installed discreetly and with hidden functionalities), enterprise security is threatened by outside factors it cannot control.

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Should All IAM Be CIAM?

1/30/2019
CIAM vendors are right that traditional IAM isn't going to cut it for customer-facing solutions but their sound premises have led to the perverse conclusion of keeping in-house IAM systems suboptimal. What if the power of CIAM could help employees realize better usability and security too?

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Lock Up Your Laptops: Cold Boot Attacks Are Back

9/14/2018
Researchers at F-Secure have developed a workaround to nullify the popular ten-year-old patch that was thought to have solved the problem of cold-boot attacks. Encryption keys and other sensitive data on millions of laptops could be affected.

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IAM Heads to the Mobile Cloud

8/16/2018
Persisting problems with identity and access management combined with usability demands are influencing the IAM market. But will enterprise IT step up its IAM game?

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Is Florida Really Such a Cybersecurity Risk?

6/18/2018
In the wake of a personal-security research report declaring Florida to have the highest level of cybersecurity-risk in the US, a closer look suggests this finding may be neither the most reliable nor the most compelling.

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Predicting Russian Cyberwar: A Look Back

1/15/2018
Information security predictions are ease to make and usually wrong. However, a look at how escalating international tensions combined with nation-state hacking power could cause a significant cyberwar turned out to be pretty precise.

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Personal Security Begets Enterprise Security

7/20/2017
Employees' personal approach to information security is fundamentally crucial to their organizations' security posture. Accordingly, enterprises would do well to learn from recent hacks and rethink the way they train their employees in cybersecurity matters.

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PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
Microsoft Exchange Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2021-26412, CVE-2021-26854, CVE-2021-26857, CVE-2021-26858, CVE-2021-27065, CVE-2021-27078.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
Microsoft Exchange Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2021-26412, CVE-2021-26854, CVE-2021-26855, CVE-2021-26858, CVE-2021-27065, CVE-2021-27078.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
Microsoft Exchange Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2021-26412, CVE-2021-26854, CVE-2021-26855, CVE-2021-26857, CVE-2021-27065, CVE-2021-27078.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
Microsoft Exchange Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability This CVE ID is unique from CVE-2021-26412, CVE-2021-26854, CVE-2021-26855, CVE-2021-26857, CVE-2021-26858, CVE-2021-27078.