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Discontinued Technology - Internet Explorer

These 6 Discontinued Technology Tools Pose Significant Risk

One constant about technology is its rapid rate of change. Tools that were once staples, like Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash, get old and are retired. New tools replace obsolete ones. Discontinued technology can leave computers and networks vulnerable to attacks of all kinds. You shouldn't use older, discontinued technology...
data encryption - Ideal Integrations

The Truth About Data Encryption

For many people, the very phrase “data encryption” tends to conjure up some pretty strong feelings. Some view it almost as though it were a ‘silver bullet’ for cybersecurity; a guarantee of safety and protection. Others view it more as a nuisance, or obstacle to avoid. So, which one is...
Supply chain security - Ideal Integrations

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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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...
Password Manager Safety

Major Password Manager Hack Creates Safety Concerns

In case you haven't heard, recently a major password manager was hacked. LastPass, one of the largest providers of password management software, announced a breach of their systems on Aug. 25.And, with over 25 million active users, it's major news.Recent attacks like this one cast shadows over password managers and...