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Cloud Security Audit

Cloud Security Audit: Step-by-Step Process

As your business moves more and more of its workloads to the cloud, it’s critical to perform regular cloud security audits. By ensuring that your cloud provider is taking the necessary steps to keep your data safe, you can rest assured that your business is protected from malicious actors and cyber threats. In this blog
Vendor Risk Management

What Is Third Party Risk Management?

Third-party risk management (TPRM) definition Third-party risk is a business risk that refers to the potential of financial losses due to risks posed by third parties. The main types of third-party risks include business continuity and data security, legal liability, supply chain, and vendor management risks. The increase in corporate globalization has made third-party relationships
non-google data breach

Warning Response: Your Password Was Exposed in a Non-Google Data Breach

If you’re one of the millions of users who use a Google account for everything from logging in to your email to checking your calendar, you may be worried about another data breach. In fact, there’s a good chance that your password was exposed in a non-Google data breach. That’s because Google is one of
prevent data loss

Prevent Data Loss with these 9 Effective Strategies in 2023

Data loss is a significant problem for businesses and will not disappear soon. In fact, data loss is estimated to cost businesses more than $600 billion per year, so preventing data loss is essential for businesses in 2023. One of the best ways to prevent data loss and avoid online scams are to have adequate
network segmentation

The Ultimate Network Segmentation Guide for 2022

Network segmentation is one of the most critical security measures that you can take to protect your data. You must identify and isolate different areas of your network to protect your data from potential cyber-attacks. There are several different ways to do this, and depending on the type of data that you’re protecting, you may
Signs Of Spyware

8 Most Common Signs Of Spyware Infection on Your Computer

As the complexity of malware evolves by the minute, it’s becoming increasingly likely that every computer in your home, Android, iPhone, PC, or Mac, will be compromised with signs of spyware. The possibility that one or more of your devices have already been infected arises from this fact. But how would you know? Identity Theft

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