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Is Your Supply Chain Security at Risk?

By now, you know how important patching your system is. However, what happens if you lag behind? Could that lack of urgency result in a supply chain security threat? Organizations need to understand the risks of supply chain security vulnerabilities, and how they can affect even secure organizations. When vendor...
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Why Does Your IT Asset List Matter So Much?

IT security exists to protect your assets. But, is your full IT asset list truly taken into consideration? Although CFOs expertly track every large purchase and ensure each is inventoried annually, that list usually fails to provide the full IT asset list your team must protect. While some assets may...
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How to Maintain Password Protection

Have you ever dreamed of a future without passwords? At some point, you probably have. After all, strong passwords aren’t always easy to remember, and it seems like more and more, you need to remember longer, more complex versions. That said, they still remain the most prevalent security tool. Yet...
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3 Keys to Avoid High Cost of Healthcare Cybersecurity Failures

It's in inescapable fact: cybersecurity failures cost companies big money. And, it's even worse when healthcare cybersecurity breaches occur. Sure, the direct costs of incident response and recovery remain high. But, that’s only a fraction of the intangible costs of damaged business reputation, intellectual property theft, and lawsuits. That's why...
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Apple Among Those Facing Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Good security always relies upon the execution of fundamental IT principles. Vulnerability patching provides fundamental defense against exploits – especially against actively attacked zero-day vulnerabilities that seem to occur every month. If you’re not familiar with zero-day vulnerabilities, they’re simply ones in which a vendor or developer has only just...