Is CASB Alone Enough? Long Live SASE

Applications moving to the cloud and increased user mobility are changing the way networking and network security services must be delivered. Palo Alto Networks founder and CTO Nir Zuk believes that the future of network security is in the cloud, and has been driving this change for the past few years, with the P...

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What is Ransomware

New Ransomware Egregor

A new ransomware strain burst onto the scene in September of this year (2020). Dubbed 'Egregor' by the research team at Digital Shadows who discovered it, it has already claimed more than seventy victims in nineteen countries around the world. Worse, the hackers controlling it appear to just be getting started. The ...

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Chrome will Notify Users of Weak Passwords

Is Google Chrome your browser of choice? If it is, then you've probably noticed some changes recently, with the browser offering to check the status of your saved passwords to see if they've been compromised. Google has made some excellent moves in recent months designed to bolster the security of everyone who uses ...

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Security Hack on iPhone Allows Remote Control

Apple iPhone became a device used by consumers but also by Small and Large Corporations. Recently, Ian Beer discovered an iPhone hack that allowed attackers to take complete control over a target device from a distance with absolutely no action required on the part of an unsuspecting victim. In virtually every ph...

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