Posts tagged with advanced persistent threats

2 Factor Authentication · Endpoint Management · Industry Commentary

The Target Breach: How Network Security Best Practices Could Have Prevented It

Who would have thought that an HVAC system could lead to the data of millions of people being compromised? Target surely didn’t. Recently, it has come to light that the Target breach hackers likely...

Encryption · Industry Commentary · VPN

Target and Neiman Marcus Hacks: The Network Security Lesson to Learn

Even if you’re not one of the tens of millions of customers that have had your credit card data stolen and sold on the black market, you’ve almost certainly heard about the Target hack that occurred...

Encryption · Industry Commentary · Rethink Remote Access · VPN

New Study Reiterates the Dangers of Advanced Persistent Threats for Network Security

When we last spoke about advanced persistent threats (APTs), the New York Times had just fallen victim to an attack that used malware to create new network patterns that allowed it to remain...

Endpoint Management · IT policy · Mobile · Rethink Remote Access · SSL

Developing a Comprehensive Remote Access Security Framework

As previously discussed, mobility and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs have become staples of today’s working world. As such, it is more important than ever to recognize that the overall...

2 Factor Authentication · Endpoint Management · IPsec · Posts · Rethink Remote Access · SSL · VPN

Countering Advanced Persistent Threats with Comprehensive Network Security

The technological savvy and tenacity of cyber criminals has never been greater, and IT administrators trying to prepare for impending attacks are often left backpedaling. With all of the different...

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