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ATP and SWG with Bitglass: Stopping Threats in the Open Ocean

By Jacob Serpa  |  January 19, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 

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While it is self-evident that the world wide web is an indispensable asset for businesses around the globe, it is equally obvious that securing its use is of utmost importance. The internet is an open ocean filled with threats lying just below the surface. Malware can be downloaded from a virtually infinite number of destinations and subsequently spread throughout an enterprise's IT ecosystem. For organizations that aren't prepared to defend against these threats on the web, breaches are sure to follow. Fortunately, Bitglass is a puncture-proof vessel built to stop threats on this open ocean. 

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Bitglass for SASE

By Juan Lugo  |  February 26, 2020 at 5:00 AM  | 

In today’s modern workforce, telecommuting, accessing corporate data via personal mobile devices, and cloud-first ecosystems have become the norm. As a result, organizations must rethink their security strategies. Context-based solutions that can enforce policies based on users identity, location, and device, are crucial if organizations intend on enabling access to sensitive data to their employees. SASE, which stands for secure access service edge, enables enterprises to deploy a comprehensive security platform equipped with granular security measures that can protect IT infrastructure.

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Bitglass Security Spotlight: Vulnerability Found on TikTok Platform

By Juan Lugo  |  January 13, 2020 at 5:00 AM  | 
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Here are the top stories of recent weeks:

  • Security Vulnerability Found on TikTok Platform Jeopardized More Than One Billion Users
  • Cyber Attack Warning Issued to Businesses by Homeland Security
  • New Data Wiper Malware Compromises Bapco, a Leading Oil Company
  • Backdoor Created by Hackers to Infiltrate High-Value Targets
  • High-Severity Password Security Vulnerability Exposes PayPal Users
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The Rise of Insider Threats in Verizon’s DBIR

By Jacob Serpa  |  January 9, 2020 at 5:00 AM  | 
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Each year, Verizon releases its Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR). These reports evaluate the state of security each year, providing detailed statistics around leading vulnerabilities, which industries face the most breaches, and much more. In 2019’s report, there were interesting insights about insider threats.

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