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As organizations grow, functions that started as one person’s job get split across multiple organizational units and multiple executives, often without thoughtful planning. Specialization enables experts to dig deep into each job but creates several problems: A lack of a single accountable executive (or worse, having multiple executives, each of whom manages part of the…

Customer demand for passwordless authentication has grown exponentially since smartphones first began offering built-in biometric readers. While we all crave a less complicated login experience, the average consumer has been clamoring for it for more than five years. In fact, Mastercard sponsored an Oxford University study of consumer sentiment that discovered just that. A staggering…

It’s more difficult than ever to protect our infrastructure, government, and businesses from becoming victims of well-funded, skilled adversaries. From the Log4j vulnerability to the SolarWinds hack to the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, organizations are more vulnerable to cyberattacks than ever before. In fact, 87% of enterprises across 11 countries have fallen victim to cyberattacks in…

If you’re concerned about the increased threat of cyberattacks by state-sponsored hackers and hacktivist groups in the current geopolitical atmosphere, you’re certainly justified. Criminal groups are emerging from the shadows and pledging their allegiance to Russia. They’re conducting reconnaissance attacks and coalescing into the roles they’ll play in the global cyberwar many see on the…

Companies face various cyber risks, ranging from ransomware to data theft. Cyber threat actors gain access to an organization’s systems in various ways. However, cybercriminals commonly take the path of least resistance, and organizations’ reliance on password-based authentication provides numerous avenues of attack. Passwords are known to be a weak form of authentication, and the…

Businesses are investing substantial funds and efforts into migrating workloads from on-premises infrastructure to public clouds, in part motivated by the hypothesis that, once cloud-based, those workloads will be relatively easy to move from one cloud provider to another. Unfortunately, the reality is unlikely to be so simple. It’s been estimated that about half of…

The ransomware scourge continues, with incidents hitting a U.S. record in the second quarter of 2021, as attackers expand into vertical industries and target critical infrastructure. Ransom demands have also been growing. According to IT Governance, the average decryption key rate from attackers is $140,000 yet many organizations end up paying much more than that….

It sounds like a nearly perfect cybersecurity solution: Intercept incoming data before it reaches the user’s web browser; isolate it in a secure sandbox; and send only the screen images—or pixels—to the browser. The ephemeral server is fully isolated from the organization’s IT assets and data, and its browser sessions are destroyed when the user…