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An unfortunate side effect of our global shift to remote work was the big influx of companies entering into a digital working paradigm, many of which weren’t prepared for the cybersecurity risks they would face.

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Since its advent about a decade ago, more and more enterprises have been turning to security information and event management (SIEM) in order to get a better handle on their data and mitigate security issues and breach events.

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If you’re like most people, you don’t even think about what cookie acceptance means, or the possible related security risks. You just click the button and move on.

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Learn about what SOC stands for (Security Operations Centers)— and how businesses all over the world count on them as part of a managed security service to expertly handle threat detection and incident response.

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Web hijacking of your URL isn’t as scary as it sounds, if you know what it is and how to avoid it, and improving your online security doesn’t have to be a hassle. Here’s a quick guide to help you identify and avoid URL hijacking.

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What is typo squatting? Typosquatting is a way to capitalize on the mistakes and misspellings users might make when typing a URL into their web browser.

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