Posts Tagged ‘Duo Security’

We Don’t Always Go Lights and Sirens

Duo Security: Two-Factor Authentication Evaluation Guide

Every security incident is unique, just like every medical emergency. Regardless of the differences, the goals are very similar: identify the problem, prevent further damage and fix what has been broken. The disconnect from one event to another is the rate at which we respond, which should be based on severity, not category. There is…

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Information Security Impact of Brexit

Duo Security: Two-Factor Authentication Evaluation Guide

Some argue that regardless of whether or not Britain stays in the EU, the newest data protection guidelines will still affect all UK businesses. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes enforceable on May 25, 2018 after four years of negotiations, resulting in the finalized text in December 2015. The GDPR includes stricter rules than…

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4 reasons why organisations can’t “just patch”

Duo Security: Two-Factor Authentication Evaluation Guide

Now that most of us have dried our tears, it’s time to take a clear-eyed look at what the WannaCry debacle uncovered, and the most recent MaybeNotPetya attack. Taken by themselves, there were no new elements: ransomware; a known vulnerability; a worm spreading via a protocol that we knew should not be exposed to the Internet; abuse of operating system…

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Duo Security finds 36% of UK small businesses operate at or below the “Security Poverty Line”

Duo Security: Two-Factor Authentication Evaluation Guide

Duo Security, one of the world’s fastest growing cybersecurity companies, in partnership with YouGov, surveyed 1,009 senior decision makers in small businesses across Britain and found that 38 percent will spend nothing at all to protect themselves from cybersecurity threats this financial year. 30 percent of respondents have less than three percent of overall budget…

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