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Verizon’s 2019 DBIR Documents over 2,000 Breaches

By Ben Rice  |  May 20, 2019 at 4:57 AM  | 
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The 2019 Verizon Data Breach Incident Report (DBIR) has finally arrived. I haven't been this excited about 2019 since New Years Eve! In this blog, I will parse some of the more interesting conclusions from this year’s DBIR and talk about how this report provides guidance to its readers. You can think of this as a how-to for avoiding a similar fate as those who are detailed in the report – you don’t want to risk becoming a part of the DBIR statistics next year!

This year’s report disclosed 41,686 security incidents that were reported for 2018 – 2,013 of those were confirmed data breaches. That equates to 5.51 breaches per day!

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Monster-Sized Breaches Spell Disaster for the Enterprise

By Will Houcheime  |  May 15, 2019 at 4:58 AM  | 
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In the past few years, some major organizations have underestimated the importance of maintaining security over their data and infrastructure as they migrated to the cloud. This has led to many devastating breaches that have affected hundreds of millions of people around the world. Public corporations, private companies, and even government agencies have all been impacted by these attacks. For any organization that handles sensitive data like personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI), or payment card industry data (PCI), a strong security posture is not just a nice-to-have – it is an absolute necessity.  

 

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Prying Eyes Inside the Enterprise: Bitglass' Insider Threat Report

By Jacob Serpa  |  April 3, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 

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When words like cyberattack are used, they typically conjure up images of malicious, external threats. While hackers, malware, and other outside entities pose a risk to enterprise security, they are not the only threats that need to be remediated. 

Insider threats, which involve either malicious or careless insiders, are another significant threat to corporate data that must be addressed. Fortunately, Bitglass has the latest information on this topic. Read on to learn more.

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From coin-flip DLP to Next-Gen CASB

By Nat Kausik  |  March 11, 2019 at 2:15 PM  | 

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One of our customers replaced a first-gen CASB with Bitglass.  A few months later, they took a call from a prospective customer to speak about their experience.

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