A Successful Security Platform Requires the Strongest Partner Ecosystem

What’s in a name? When it comes to the term ‘security platform,’ quite a lot, going by its overuse in the industry. This moniker is increasingly being deployed in the marketplace to describe varying types of solutions. We maintain that in order for an offering to be called a security platform, it must meet the … Continue reading A Successful Security Platform Requires the Strongest Partner Ecosystem

Next Generation Software Fills Some Gaps – But Agencies Still Need Accelerated Visibility and Control of Endpoints

Endpoint management is critical as agencies try to secure the knowns and unknowns in their IT environments. As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, IT teams need to not only mitigate known cyber breaches – but also need faster visibility and control when cybercriminals adapt their techniques. The recent threat of compromised software at SolarWinds is a … Continue reading Next Generation Software Fills Some Gaps – But Agencies Still Need Accelerated Visibility and Control of Endpoints

2021 Cybersecurity Outlook: The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

Cybersecurity has gone through many phases over the last few decades. Today, we hear about a new, more volatile-than-the-last attack every day that has the potential to disrupt business. These cyber-threats are hazardous to company structure and can lead to interruptions in production and loss of revenue. While these attacks may seem unavoidable, it is … Continue reading 2021 Cybersecurity Outlook: The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

The difference between SASE and Zero Trust

Customers often ask me: What is the difference between Zero Trust and SASE? My answer is almost always the same: Nothing….and, everything. Both have taken the industry by storm over the last couple of years, and even more so with the security and access demands on the business driven by the existing remote workforce, but … Continue reading The difference between SASE and Zero Trust

Worlds largest pathologists association discloses credit card incident

The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) disclosed a payment card incident that impacted customers who entered payment info on its e-commerce website. The Chicago-based association for medical professionals is the world's largest such organization for pathologists and laboratory professionals. Its member list includes over 100,000 medical laboratory professionals, clinical and anatomic pathologists, residents, and … Continue reading Worlds largest pathologists association discloses credit card incident