While the global pandemic continues to change the way we work, unlike where enterprises found themselves last year at this time (with most employees forced to work from home), the options for working remotely continue to evolve.
As Cyber Attacks Grow, Data Center Operators Can Bring Value-Added Services to Enterprises Leveraging Cloud-Based Access Management Services
No threat facing businesses today has grown as fast, or in a manner as difficult to understand, as the danger from cyberattacks. Cyber threats are increasing in both volume and sophistication, and as the world continues to become more digital with every passing day, cyber threats will only keep growing in both aspects. As a result, organizations today are turning to robust cybersecurity solutions, such as Privileged Access Management (PAM), to keep both their data and their customer’s data safe.
Privileged Access Management as a Service: An Exciting new Value-Added Service for Data Center Service Providers
Given the increasing complexity of compliance, and the growing risk of data breaches, even as public cloud, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud solutions are being implemented, businesses of all sizes need support in protecting what they connect, and many count on their data center providers for guidance and solutions.
How Secure Are VPNs? Given Increasing Successful Attacks, It’s Time to Take a Hard Look at PAM for Zero Trust Solutions
Since the early 1990s, VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) have been central to providing remote users with access to the corporate network.
Thirty years later, in 2020, when legislation and population health initiatives mandated work-from-home, bad actors recognized and acted upon their massive opportunity to attack VPNs and initiate data theft and ransomware attacks as applications, in the heat of the moment, moved outside the traditional perimeter.
Verizon’s Show-Stopping DBIR 2021 Is A Must Read for Every Cyber Security Professional: Stunning Data Amidst a Surge of Attacks in 2020
Verizon recently released its annual Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), which provides valuable insight and analysis into the cybersecurity challenges faced by organizations. The report this year analyzed 29,207 security incidents, with data coming from 83 contributors and victims spanning 88 countries, 12 industries, and three world regions, which found a confirmed 5,258 breaches, a 33 percent increase in volume from last year’s report.
Verizon’s Annual Data Breach Investigations Report Confirms Record Number of Attacks During the Global Pandemic
The Ironsphere team looks forward to the annual publishing of Verizon’s DBIR report, and this year is no exception. In fact, our team found many of the revelations stunning, but not surprising, as we all witnessed twelve months of chaos which contributed to more breaches than ever before.
Software multitenancy is a software architecture in which a single instance of software runs on a server and serves multiple tenants. Sometimes referred to as “partitioning,” multitenant systems are highly efficient for managed service providers, often leading to lower costs for end customers and higher profits for service providers, compared to dedicated or isolated approaches.
Privileged Access Management Cybersecurity Solutions MSPs and MSSPs can Roll Out Quickly, Then Scale
According to Frost & Sullivan, the managed security services provider (MSSP) market and related professional security services are poised for strong annual growth, thanks to rising demand for analytics platforms that support forensics and incident response.
As Attacks on Infrastructure Continue to Intensify, Cyber Security Leaders Call for Further Investment
This past week Colonial Pipeline company, which operates a pipeline that carries gasoline, diesel fuel, and natural gas along a 5,500-mile path from Texas to New Jersey, was forced to take itself offline after being attacked by a criminal cyber gang. The Colonial Pipeline, which carries 2.5 million barrels a day, nearly 50% of the East Coast supply of diesel, gasoline, and jet fuel, is still working to restore service and gain access to its systems after the malicious cyberattack while its four mainlines remain offline.