Protecting Email from Cyberattack: Insights from the M-Trends 2017 Report

Author: 
Brian Bowden

 

Last year I wrote an article discussing recommendations from the Mandiant/FireEye M-Trend’s 2016 report.  I thought it only prudent to discuss the 2017 report as well; however, this year’s look will focus on one key area of the report, “email”. 

Securing Office 365: How Adaptive Access Control Protects the World’s Top Cloud App

Author: 
SecureAuth

 

Office 365 has been steadily gaining popularity with over 85 million users of the cloud-based suite worldwide – on pace to exceed 100 million in 2017. But this increased popularity makes Office 365 a prime target for cyber attackers. We know that basic two-factor authentication is not enough to stop a sophisticated attackers and that certain 2FA authentication methods can be easily defeated. Why would you settle for good-enough protection for your most valuable cloud-based data?

Meet the IAM Disruptors: David Ross

Author: 
SecureAuth

Meet the IAM Disruptors: David Ross

2017 DBIR: Misuse of Stolen Credentials Unchecked, Out of Control

Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report outlines  the percentage of hacking related breaches has increased
Author: 
Stephen Cox, Chief Security Architect

 

Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) has once again hit the streets with much fanfare. The 2017 report is Verizon’s tenth DBIR and details findings from over 42,000 security incidents analyzed by the company in 2016. As expected, the report is packed with information absolutely critical to the success of information security industry. 

SecureAuth Wins Stevie in 2017 American Business Awards for Customer Service Department of the Year

Author: 
SecureAuth

 

SecureAuth Wins Stevie in 2017 American Business Awards for Customer Service Department of the Year

The GDPR – and What CISOs Need to Know

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) compliance preparation
Author: 
Danielle Jackson

 

The GDPR – and What CISOs Need to Know

With the European Union’s approval of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), organisations will have to change the way they store, transfer and protect their data. The legislation, which is now in effect, will require organisations to become compliant by May 2018.

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