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With the recent surge of remote workers, you will get a flood of new endpoints connecting to your network via VPN and a distracted remote user base wanting the latest coronavirus information. Cyber
Endpoints often store large quantities of corporate data – and contain virtually everything that attackers need to access your networks. There is a rapid increase in users working from home,
Your organization’s data – and the users who have access to it – are only as secure as your endpoints, which are increasingly susceptible to cyberattacks. Workstation users,
Are you getting maximum value from your SIEM? Probably not — 54 percent of cybersecurity pros say that their SIEM detects less than half of all security incidents, and many organizations have
Too many organizations limit the log data they collect because they can't afford to process everything their SIEM; it simply costs too much and generates far too many alerts. However, this decision
VPNs are overloaded due to the work from home surge, and the number of daily remote logon sessions is skyrocketing. Bad actors are taking advantage of this chaos by trying to exploit VPN vulnerabiliti
With the rapid increase of employees working from home, you will need to throw out your old baseline of normal audit activity – especially on the network plane. Users are working on insecure
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