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The Future of Work is Hybrid – Is Your Security Ready?

By Jonathan Andresen  |  June 29, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 

The Future of Work is Hybrid  – Is Your Security Ready

It wasn’t that long ago that most of us used to work in an office. Fifteen months into the global COVID pandemic it’s now certain that the future will not be a full return to the office or a continuation of the present remote working experience – it will be both.

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Now is the Time To Rethink Your BYOD Security Strategy: Q&A with Cybersecurity Insiders Founder, Holger Schulze

By Woodrow Mosqueda  |  June 29, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 

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As more companies embrace the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement to accommodate a rapidly evolving workforce, one question comes to mind: How are IT and security leaders handling this sudden wave of unmanaged devices that are now under their watch?

To find the answer and to get an accurate state of today’s BYOD security efforts within enterprises, Bitglass teamed up with leading industry research firm, Cybersecurity Insiders. We polled hundreds of cybersecurity professionals across industries to better understand how COVID-19’s resulting surge of remote work has affected security and privacy risks introduced by personal mobile devices being connected to corporate networks and resources.

The results were both surprising and enlightening. 

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Will New Executive Order on Cybersecurity Fast Track Zero Trust?

By Jonathan Andresen  |  June 8, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 

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On May 12, US President Biden issued a landmark executive order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity that signals the need for governments and enterprises alike to boost their cyber defenses around the principles of zero trust in their fight against cybercrime. In the wake of recent high-profile attacks such as the Colonial Pipeline incident and the SolarWinds breach, this expansive initiative lays the foundation for new cybersecurity best practices, increased communication between federal and private sectors, and new standards around cybersecurity incident handling.

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Malware in the Cloud: Odds Are You’re Infected

By Nate Springer  |  May 4, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 


SaaS and BYOD Malware or ATPMalware attacks increased by 358% in 2020, while ransomware attacks, in particular, increased by 435%. Additionally, malware is targeting cloud apps more than ever before, and, at any given moment, 44% of organizations have malware in at least one of their cloud apps. These are all numbers that should give everyone pause. What are you doing to protect your SaaS from malware? It’s critically important, because the odds are that you’re already infected. 

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