You already know to not share passwords. But what are some lesser-known cybersecurity best practices that individuals and businesses can implement to stay secure?
The controversy and fallout resulting from the widespread reporting of bad actors gaining access to Zoom meetings is just another example of the constant struggle faced by developers and designers of how to balance a friction-free experience and ensuring secure access and privacy.
With the final weeks of 2019 upon us, here are some predictions for what 2020 holds for identity and access management.
Year-round awareness and careful communication, coupled with common sense cybersecurity practices like multi-factor authentication and a Zero Trust perimeter, are the best defense against the fluid combination of varied attacks, evolving vulnerabilities, and human error that comes into play during elections.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month is over, but being smart about making yourself - and your end users - less vulnerable to attack is an everyday thing.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which is a great time to consider the seemingly innocuous ways you’re making yourself – and your organization – vulnerable to attack.