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How Identity Trends Will Define Cybersecurity in 2022

What will cybersecurity look like in 2022? Lots of things: A zero-trust state of mind taking hold among business-to-business and consumer organizations alike. A growing digital world, and people who are growing tired of jumping through hoops to engage with it. An increasingly bold population of cybercriminals targeting hard-to-secure unstructured data. Identity will be the […]

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Ransomware Crackdown Underscores Organizations’ Need for MFA

The crackdown on the REvil ransomware syndicate can help end a pervasive cybercrime. But it’s also a reminder that more organizations also need to step up and secure their operations: multi-factor authentication is a major asset in verifying that a user is who they claim to be, and a key defense against ransomware.

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Recommendations for Zero Trust

For week 4 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we’re focusing on putting cybersecurity first—an even greater concern in this era of hybrid workplaces and device proliferation. Zero trust is a pragmatic approach to authenticating, authorizing and validating all users, within and outside your network. Learn how SecurID empowers your zero-trust approach to cybersecurity.

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To Put Cybersecurity First, Put Identity First

For week 4 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we’re focusing on putting cybersecurity first. To secure business applications and databases, especially in the cloud, while protecting both users and information, you need an identity platform that delivers both authentication and identity governance—prioritizing cybersecurity with every access attempt, every day.

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Cybersecurity Best Practices that Break the Cycle

Cybersecurity Awareness Month provides us all with an opportunity to develop cyber hygiene and adapt to new challenges. But the fundamental problems and solutions remain the same. See these best practices for securing remote work, preventing ransomware and advancing zero trust security.

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What the World Needs Now is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Today, most of the world’s data is stored online, which makes cybersecurity—and Cybersecurity Awareness Month—more critical than ever. This month, SecurID is proud to be part of the annual worldwide effort to help people learn more about cybersecurity and how to practice it every day.

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The First Steps in Securing Hybrid Work

As a result of the pandemic, businesses everywhere made major investments in virtual private networks (VPNs) to secure remote work. But as the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack and the Fortinet breach demonstrated, VPNs fail when organizations use password-based authentication. Learn how to protect your VPN.

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