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If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that trusting a device simply because it originates from inside a corporate network is not a good idea. If an endpoint is unmanaged, it leaves the company vulnerable to attack. The move to widespread remote and distributed workforces highlights this challenge. Unsurprisingly, the idea of zero […]

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US security researcher Zach Edwards recently tweeted about finding 250 company website names that had been taken over by cybercriminals. He didn’t name the brands, but insists that the organisations affected include banks, healthcare companies, restaurant chains, civil rights groups and more. The issue here is that the websites themselves haven’t been hacked, but their […]

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There are significant shortfalls in enterprise domain security practices, putting organizations’ internet-facing digital assets at risk to threats, including domain name and DNS hijacking, phishing, and other fraudulent activity, a CSC report reveals. Security shortfalls According to the report, 83% of Global 2000 organizations have not adopted basic domain security measures such as registry lock, […]

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