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A Beginner’s Guide to Microsegmentation

A Beginner’s Guide to Microsegmentation

In this article, we’ll review the basics of microsegmentation and discuss it in context with other network security models and practices, including Zero Trust, software-defined networking, and network segmentation. You’ll learn about the benefits of microsegmentation, how it works, challenges for implementation, and best practices.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP): Everything You Need to Know

Data Loss Prevention (DLP): Everything You Need to Know

Data loss prevention (DLP) can save organizations millions of dollars on data breaches every year. In this article, we will take a big-picture look at data loss prevention and discover how DLP tools and processes strengthen an enterprise’s security posture.
Understanding Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs)

Understanding Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs)

In this article, we’ll take a high-level look at what a CASB is, what it does, and how it works. You’ll learn the key pillars of CASBs and how they address the growing threat of Shadow IT in cloud-based organizations. By the end of this article, you’ll understand the differences between CASB, SASE, and IAM, as well as the main challenges to implementing a CASB solution.
You Can't Have Zero Trust Without Identity and Access Management

You Can't Have Zero Trust Without Identity and Access Management

In a recent podcast, Gartner described the starting point for Zero Trust: Identity and Access.
Alternatives to Proofpoint

Alternatives to Proofpoint

Proofpoint is a SaaS based cybersecurity and compliance company which purchased Meta Networks in 2019. Proofpoint ZTNA (Meta Networks) is a Zero Trust Network Access provider that specializes in granting secure remote access from a user-level. They focus heavily on providing users with the ability to securely access company resources from any location, while ditching the need for a VPN. However, if you're looking for a simple and secure way, without expensive starting costs and required
Alternatives to BeyondTrust

Alternatives to BeyondTrust

BeyondTrust FKA Bomgar is an access management and endpoint security solution which provides end user access and monitoring for a variety of platforms and devices including: Linux, Windows, Mac, Unix, and other mobile and cloud platforms. BeyondTrust has a host of solutions in privileged identity & access management, privileged remote access and vulnerability management. However, if you're looking for a simple and secure way to manage access to databases, Kubernetes clusters, or other internal
Identity Access Management (IAM) vs. Privileged Access Management (PAM) | Why IAM Alone Won’t Cut It

Identity Access Management (IAM) vs. Privileged Access Management (PAM) | Why IAM Alone Won’t Cut It

Access management matters. These days, large-scale data breaches make news headlines more often than celebrity breakups, and 61% of those breaches involve credential data. That’s clearly a problem, and the search for a solution is likely to leave you in a sea of acronyms. PIM, PAM, IAM… what’s the difference? And what matters for your organization?
Access Management 101: Understanding Roles & Access

Access Management 101: Understanding Roles & Access

Here’s the scenario: On one side, you’re inundated with requests to provide access to critical infrastructure in order to enable teams to do their jobs; on the other side, you’re tasked with auditing access and ensuring that security to those systems is solid.
Getting Started: Role & Access Discovery

Getting Started: Role & Access Discovery

Discovering “who has access to what” is critical for zero trust and PAM. These six steps will get you started with Access Management.
Role & Access Discovery | Who Has Access to What Now?

Role & Access Discovery | Who Has Access to What Now?

Role & Access Discovery aims to answer “Does this person, in this role, need access to that system?” Learn why this is a critical part of access management.
Principle of Least Privilege (PoLP): What Is It, Why Is It Important, & How to Use It

Principle of Least Privilege (PoLP): What Is It, Why Is It Important, & How to Use It

Today we’re going to take a closer look at the principle of least privilege (PoLP)—what it is, why it matters, and how to implement it in your organization. Understanding the principle of least privilege is critical, as network administrators must strike a balance between ease and security—protecting network access without causing friction for users. If access is too restrictive, employees won’t be able to do their jobs. Too lax, and the door to attack is open.
🧟 Rise of the Zombie Accounts: 8 Tips to Protect Your Assets

🧟 Rise of the Zombie Accounts: 8 Tips to Protect Your Assets

Zombie accounts: forgotten accounts that open the door to bad actors looking to insert malware, steal data, and damage your internal systems. Even though you may already use Privileged Access Management (PAM) to safeguard your most sensitive accounts, the credential management techniques below will expand on PAM to help you detect zombie credentials--and prevent them from wreaking havoc in your organization.
How to Audit Privileged Access Management

How to Audit Privileged Access Management

It’s easy to assume that individuals with privileged access will inherently do the right thing, or simply know what they’re doing when accessing systems. That isn’t always the case. Similarly, how often do you check in on your systems with privileged access to understand what they're up to?
All Offboard! The 2022 Tech Staff Offboarding Checklist

All Offboard! The 2022 Tech Staff Offboarding Checklist

Offboarding technical employees can be a complex and arduous process with a lot of moving parts. The key to successful offboarding is to have a clear understanding of what needs to be done, who does it, and how to monitor for any shenanigans from former employees.
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