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Multi-layer your company’s security

Apply multiple layers of defense to business networks to create a more secure network. Not only should this include using several different layers of security, but potentially more than one of the same type, too. Using more than one firewall, for example, means that you can partition different parts of the network behind different firewalls. […]

Verify you’re using HTTPS on shared networks

It may be only one letter, but there’s a big difference between HTTP and HTTPS in a URL. HTTPS encrypts all page and form data on the site in your using, making it crucial when employing sensitive applications like online banking. If you’re using Wi-Fi in a cafe, hotel or school, scanning for HTTPS is […]

Take a zero-trust approach to network access

Zero-Trust Network Access (ZTNA) uses the principle of least privilege that automatically defaults to the lowest level of access. In other words, when someone tries to access the business network, ZTNA will first verify their identity and apply permissions based on predefined rules created by the organization. In simple terms, users only have access to […]

Use a zero-trust approach to network security

If you manage an enterprise-grade network, you’re likely responsible for keeping sensitive corporate data under lock and key. When employees and outsiders access your corporate network, they could also potentially access unprotected data. Zero-Trust Network Access verifies the identity of a user before allowing them entry into the network – thus preventing unauthorized users from […]

Keep your sensitive documents secure by setting access privileges

Paperless offices depend on a reliable digital solution to manage their files. More importantly, they need to keep sensitive information out of harm’s way, including malicious hackers who want to extort them with ransomware. Storing digital files in a protected system is a good way to protect them from outsiders. Take this one step further […]

Maintain an inventory list of all IoT devices on your network

This is especially critical for large, enterprise-grade organizations that might deploy many IoT devices across their infrastructure. Each and every device, whether it be a sensor or a tablet, is an endpoint that can be compromised by a hacker. In turn, they could lead straight toward more critical areas of your network and jeopardize sensitive […]