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SOC2 FAQ for 2024

SOC 2 FAQ For 2024 Amongst the alphabet soup of compliance requirements and voluntary standards you want to explore as a business, SOC 2 stands out as crucial for the growth of many organizations that store, process, or transmit customer data. With SOC 2, companies find it becomes easier to close deals, particularly with larger companies. This article will answer the ...

2024-03-13T14:18:56-04:00March 13th, 2024|

How Network Access Control is Important for Network Security

How Network Access Control is Important for Network Security As business networks change rapidly, new threats emerge and create unknown risks that need to be considered by network managers. With remote working as a new norm, cloud storage accounts and IoT connected endpoint devices have increased and are expected to continue increasing further. Due to these changes in the way we ...

2023-01-10T12:39:01-05:00January 10th, 2023|

Reactive vs Proactive Cybersecurity

Reactive vs Proactive Cybersecurity Cybercrime is expected to cost the world's economy $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. Although it's almost impossible to wrap your head around a number like that, the reality is that security threats are real, and they affect virtually everybody, from large multinational corporations to individual businesses and everything in between. Cyberthreats are becoming considerably more dangerous. ...

2022-02-16T21:12:59-05:00August 30th, 2021|

What Is Passwordless Authentication?

Passwordless authentication ushers in a new age in security. A large percentage of data breaches are caused by passwords that are incorrectly set. Furthermore, forgotten passwords cost businesses a lot of money since users are unable to access important apps.   While solutions like multi-factor authentication have helped to decrease cyber-attacks, passwordless architecture offers businesses huge potential to increase employee productivity ...

2022-02-16T23:01:21-05:00August 4th, 2021|

Microsoft Print Spooler Patch and Security Implications

Microsoft Print Spooler Patch and Security Implications from Unpatched Systems At the start of July 2021, Microsoft began rolling out an emergency patch to resolve a critical vulnerability in its Windows Print Spooler service. Nicknamed PrintNightmare, the flaw was unintentionally disclosed when security researchers accidentally published exploit code. Whereas the Redmond-based tech behemoth has issued security updates to address the gap, ...

2022-02-16T23:06:34-05:00July 23rd, 2021|
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