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Kevin Gee

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The Importance of a Robust Reverse Proxy

By Kevin Gee  |  June 18, 2020 at 5:00 AM  | 
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The only constant in this world is change. That statement is no more true than within the technology space as hardware and software continue to change and evolve. Cloud service providers release updates, add new features, or perform minor changes to code on a constant basis, sometimes monthly or even more frequently. Even how users work or use these applications change, from their locations they login from, the devices they use, etc. With all these changes, it’s important to have a security technology that can continue providing protections without breaking.

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Enforcing Secure Access with Global Login Policies

By Kevin Gee  |  April 20, 2020 at 5:00 AM  | 
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With more and more employees working from home, it’s now more important than ever to ensure the security of your SaaS applications. With so many remote workers, the context and security of their access is more ambiguous and it is important to validate the user's identity and apply controls when the security of their device or the location they are accessing applications from is unknown. 


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Insider Threats, Machine Learning, and the Next-Gen CASB

By Kevin Gee  |  November 30, 2017 at 6:06 AM  | 

Silhouette of human head with gears mechanism instead of brain.jpegOne of the biggest dangers to application security is that of the insider threat. This ranges from users who unknowingly expose credentials and sensitive data to external parties, to disgruntled employees who act against the company's interests. These threats are difficult to prevent with common security configurations and are big reasons why user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) is such a common buzzword within the security industry.  

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What's wrong with agents? Everything.

By Kevin Gee  |  January 31, 2017 at 4:50 PM  | 


Above and below are just a small sample of some of the most recent and helpful reviews on two of the top Mobile Device Management (MDM) vendors in the market (go ahead and look up reviews on the iOS App Store or Google Play store). Why should employees have to suffer  just to be able to access their corporate email and get work done on their mobile devices? Either employees begrudgingly use the applications and are less efficient or they opt out altogether, disconnecting themselves from work and contact.

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