In technology, buzzwords come and go, but one of the more common terms in security these days is "next-generation (or next-gen) endpoint protection."
But what does that really mean? Solutions from all origins are now deemed "next-gen" with seemingly little basis for comparison. Is it nothing more than spin, or is...
The growing number of cyber-attacks and the resulting increase in regulatory requirements and consumer demand for security have spurred significant investment in security products and services. For many large enterprises and government agencies, this has also meant greater investment in IT and security staffing.
Businesses of all types and across all industries are facing increased pressure from customers, vendors and even employees to offer secure and fast wireless access. Although offering Wi-Fi is vital, it remains vulnerable to wireless threats. Networks may unknowingly allow client connections to a malicious access...
While many of us do not realize it, industrious hackers are interested in gaining access to just about any set of personal and private data and assets so that these materials can be exploited.
The level of the value lies in how much the payoff may be once the criminal steals the private data and puts it to work for...
In-house application builders are no longer taking months or even years to develop applications from scratch - instead they are increasingly using SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) products as "building blocks" to speed time-to-market.
The benefits that leveraging SaaS offers are undeniable. And, in our 2020 State of...
Addressing one of the most critical application security risks, Authentication is a cornerstone capability of any application.
Ensuring a user is who they say they are is crucial to maintaining data privacy and preventing fraud and data breaches. Consequently, improperly implemented authentication, known as broken...
Gartner added 7 new vendors to the IT VRM Magic Quadrant this year.
Download the "2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant" today to better understand the evolving IT Vendor Risk Management landscape and learn more about our commitment to reshaping the industry's approach.
Companies that measure cyber
risk using "high, medium, low,"
or "red, yellow, green" have
essentially no visibility into their
real financial exposure.
Such qualitative approaches do not
give CEOs the information they need
to know how and where to invest to
minimize their risk effectively.
As cyber events continue to increase in volume, frequency, and impact,
protecting your organization must be a top priority. To optimize your company's
preparedness to address cyber risks, you need industry guidelines to drive
your cybersecurity program forward, using an assessment against guidelines
In 2020, the risk of cybercrime is greater than ever. Many individuals are surprised to discover that their homes and personal devices have become their greatest liability.
Download this Infographic to gain insight into BLACKCLOAK's research on the current state of personal cybersecurity and privacy.
Reporting Cyber Risk is More than
a Traffic Light
Using "high, medium, low" or "red, yellow,
green" to measure cyber risk is not enough.
This method is outdated, unreliable and
insufficient. CEOs and other C-Suite
executives require an approach that helps
them decide which cyber controls -...
As technological presence expands in organizations, the risk of cyber events will continue to increase.
Cyber risk management should be treated as a top priority. Organizations often use assessments to
capture a snapshot in time, but it can be used for much more. Assessments can provide organizations
Establishing and maintaining a secure IT environment that consists of diverse hardware, software, and network
components with increasingly emerging security attacks have presented many organizations with a
formidable challenge today. IT operations and security teams continue to seek more effective ways to...
When a crisis manifests, organizations need to respond quickly or risk insolvency. Some crises
require that companies, organizations, and government agencies enable remote workers quickly
and efficiently to ensure operational and business continuity. Such efforts to enable a remote workforce
are challenging for...
Cost saving initiatives are more important than ever as global crises force employees to work at home amid
falling revenues and impacts to business continuity. As fiscal scrutiny increases, companies are recognizing
the significant operational and financial costs of having too many tools, often with redundant...