Before buying a policy, make sure your small business has strong cybersecurity protocols in place. Here are recommendations from a cybersecurity company perspective to make sure your tech stack meets the policy minimums required for coverage.
Is biometric authentication safe enough without multi-device approval? In the last decade, cybersecurity measures have evolved from single passwords to 2FA to MFA. Now, big companies like Google, Apple, and Microsoft promise to bring the world to fully passwordless authentication. These giant players claim they’re well on the way to equipping users with passwordless sign-on
If the SolarWinds hack debacle taught us anything, it’s that software supply chain risks are extremely difficult to catch. The security of your company is only as strong as you make it. Even if your in-house cybersecurity plans are airtight, what about your vendors? SOC 2-compliant vendors are becoming extremely important. This is what you need to know about conducting due diligence during vendor selection.
As providers struggle to cover all the cyber claims being made, what is the future of coverage for your company? Cyber attacks have increased dramatically in the last three years. Data extortion is on the rise, hitting record highs for ransomware payouts. Learn more about the cyber insurance landscape and what you should do about it in this overview.
Every CISO, CIO, and CTO has a lot to consider. When it comes to zero trust and how to implement it, solutions are everywhere yet none alone are sufficient. Cybersecurity trends show that passwordless solutions, unphishable MFA, software-defined perimeters, and 5G security are critical factors in crafting your organization’s security plan. This is what you need to know about the industry’s latest security solutions.
CIOs and CTOs have distinct roles, but there’s a lot of overlap in tech-focused executive positions. This article defines three archetypes of tech execs and how their strategic focus may affect their priorities and decisions impacting cybersecurity. Depending on the company’s needs, a CIO or CTO may want to change their focus lens to move the needle.
Three of the biggest pain points creating vulnerabilities in identity and access management for internal shared services teams are onboarding, offboarding, and maintenance. When you need to give and remove user access at different organizational levels, maintaining policy management becomes a rat’s nest of complexity. Here’s an overview of the problems in identity and access management and emerging solutions to solve them.