What is Zero Trust security? In a nutshell, it is a way of approaching all types of digital and physical security, in which there are no preferences, no white-lists, and no trusted actors. All actors, both internal and external, are treated as possible threats and ‘blocked’ by default, applying the same high security protocols, access controls, and barriers for everyone.
Using cybersecurity basics, advisory from experienced third parties and MSSPs, schools and school districts can reduce their exposure to ransomware and phishing risks.
Cybersecurity is meant for any kind of organization. Software developers, schools, hospitals, and retail are all subject to vulnerabilities that put their data, personnel, and resources at risk. Kickstart your IT cybersecurity strategy with this free introductory eBook on best practices, common threats, and security frameworks!
It’s clear that schools need stronger cybersecurity at this time. This should include countermeasures like effective access controls for the network, especially for the “privileged” administrative back end of school databases and email systems.
What is data encryption? We hear about it all the time and we may know what it means, in general terms. But, what is data encryption, actually? Let’s start with…
Our last stop in our data protection laws series takes us south to uncover a key law in one of the capitals of innovation of the southern hemisphere: Chile. See how it compares to the likes of GDPR, and how to comply with it properly.
Cybersecurity frameworks provide the structure and methodology you need to protect your important digital assets. Find out which framework best suits your needs!
Since its 2014 revision, FISMA provides Federal Agencies all cybersecurity resources and guidance they need through the Department of Homeland Security to guard their data infrastructures. Its cornerstone? A continuous loop of assessment, implementations, and monitoring.