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Addressing vulnerabilities and embracing cloud security

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has recently issued a binding directive highlighting the urgent need to remove internet-visible devices from government departments.

This blog post explores the challenges posed by internet-visible devices and the benefits of embracing cloud networking and security services (SASE) to enhance cybersecurity.

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    Ransomware attacks are resurging, and attackers are increasingly using AI to generate sophisticated phishing emails that evade detection. With dwell time trending down, chances of stopping attacks before damage is done are slim.

    Now, experts advise updating defenses but focusing more on minimizing damage via comprehensive backups and rapid recovery. New guidance includes air-gapped and immutable backups, isolated clean rooms, and real-time data scanning.

    Download this white paper now to learn how you can leverage modern recovery tools to strengthen ransomware defense for your business and restore data in hours, not weeks.

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    The current state of security in the internet of things makes the vastly expanding collection of devices the perfect candidate for DDoS attacks.  

    A series of potent, record-setting DDoS attacks hit several targets in 2016 using IoT malware to infect and leverage a large number of internet connect devices.

    Inside this guide, experts reveal 11 key takeaways for this type of attack and real-world examples of companies suffering from the aftermath including Dyn, KrebsonSecurity.com and more.  

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