Feds Yell PATCH NOW over Windows AD ‘Zerologon’ Vuln

CISA sent an unusual warning late last week. The source of their fears? The Zerologon vulnerability, disclosed last week.
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Barracuda Networks Centralizes Security Across Azure SD-WAN

Barracuda Networks announced today it has extended the CloudGen WAN gateways that it deploys in Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN Hubs to enable cybersecurity teams to apply multi-factor authentication to remote users using policies enforced by Microsoft Az… Continue reading Barracuda Networks Centralizes Security Across Azure SD-WAN

Applying Enterprise Access Lessons From COVID-19

The pandemic showed that VPNs were no longer the gold standard when it came to network access COVID-19 is impacting our world in many ways. One likely consequence of the pandemic will be an increase in mergers and acquisitions as the strong take over … Continue reading Applying Enterprise Access Lessons From COVID-19

Encryption Requirements Driven by Data State

Have you ever had that feeling that something is amiss? While conducting research on when data encryption is required, I noticed something that seemed a little off. It is commonplace for regulations to require measures be taken to protect data. Many r… Continue reading Encryption Requirements Driven by Data State

WeChat Banned, TikTok Saved

The past few weeks have seen a flurry of activity surrounding two Chinese apps, TikTok (Bytdance) and WeChat (Tencent) and their ability to continue to have a presence in the United States. The activity hit a crescendo Sept. 18 when the Department of … Continue reading WeChat Banned, TikTok Saved

Combating U.S. Election Cyberthreats

Government elections across the globe face huge cybersecurity concerns, but no more so than the upcoming U.S. presidential election in November. The entire process presents numerous opportunities for cyber hackers to skew the electoral process or even… Continue reading Combating U.S. Election Cyberthreats

COVID-19 Leads to Greater Consumer Awareness of Data Security

It turns out that IT departments and business leaders aren’t the only ones concerned about the impact of COVID-19 and remote work on data security. The average American has a heightened awareness of the safety of their personal data, which has increas… Continue reading COVID-19 Leads to Greater Consumer Awareness of Data Security

U.S. Requires Servers to Ban TikTok, WeChat Traffic

On Sunday, Sept. 20, Chinese company ByteDance’s TikTok and WeChat die. President Trump’s executive order, which prohibits any “transactions” with ByteDance thereafter, has now been clarified to note that “transactions” include both the transfer of da… Continue reading U.S. Requires Servers to Ban TikTok, WeChat Traffic

DuckDuckGo: Crazy Name, Growing Crazy-Fast

The privacy lovers at DuckDuckGo, Inc. are pleased to say the business is growing fast. Plus, Apple have graciously allowed iPhone users to set DDG’s browser as the default on iOS 14.
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Patching in the Time of Remote Work

It’s imperative that employers implement a patch cadence, regardless of whether employees agree with it This may sound controversial, but unfortunately, my experience shows it to be true: When humans are prompted to do something without risk or reward… Continue reading Patching in the Time of Remote Work