The NIST Privacy Framework is a tool to help organizations identify, manage and mitigate privacy risks to data such as PII and PHI.
What is the NIST privacy framework?
What is a software bill of materials?
A SBOM is an inventory of metadata. It enables developers to track each of the components used to create their customized software.
Why you should never use default security settings…
If you’re using default security settings for your cloud applications, you should check that they set correctly for your unique business.
The MSP’s survival guide to supply chain attacks
Helping your customers secure their supply chain is vital to survival in this changing global environment.
The risks of unstructured data in financial services
Data is less structured and more distributed than before. People need new tools to prevent sensitive data exposure in this new SaaS reality.
The definitive guide to SaaS data protection for MSPs & MSSPs
With evolving technology and so many options what is the best solution for MSPs to offer their clients. SaaS DLP addresses the largest gap.
Lessons from USAA: Why compliance must be a cultural priority
USAA has been whacked with two compliance fines for failing to comply with anti-money laundering laws and insufficiently managing compliance risks
Can MSPs & MSSPs easily provision data security?
With the rise of automation and low-code platforms, MSPs have an amazing opportunity to transform the cloud future with No-Code SaaS DLP.
The Forgerock consumer identity report: our take
Data breaches revealing usernames and passwords rose by 450% from 2019 to 2020 enabling attackers to use these credentials for more stealthy, strategic attacks
Does SaaS require a new DLP?
With changing tech stacks and the introduction of SaaS, DLP has to be reimagined and adapted. There is a new breed of SaaS DLP.
How can MSPs keep up with evolving cloud security risks?
MSPs and MSSPs are under more pressure than ever to deliver data security all the time, on any device, from any location.