Attackers are looking beyond network systems and devices to target organizations via public-facing platforms and SaaS resources. An effective DRP service will identify threats across an organization’s digital footprint, analyze the credibility of these threats and remediate malicious activity on third-party platforms to minimize system and reputational damage.
Until March, there was a consistent narrative about supply chains and technology. Digitization had, gradually, come some way in the world of logistics. Manufacturers, shipping companies, and retailers — and the many other firms with solutions that represent the connective tissue between them — had been steadily integrating hardware and software technologies that leverage the internet (both “of things” and not).
Altice Europe, a leading player in the convergence between telecom and media in France, services 23 million customers through its SFR division—Société française du radiotelephone—providing voice, video, data, internet telecommunications and professional services to consumers and businesses. The business-to-consumer (B2C) IT division of SFR deploys dozens of major projects each year, including web, front-end, and office applications.
On Friday, August 14, 2020, the California Office of Administrative Law (OAL) approved the California Office of the Attorney General’s (OAG) final CCPA regulations and filed them with the California Secretary of State (SOS). The regulations were immediately effective. Notably, the final text of the regulations submitted to the SOS was modified from the one filed with the OAL. The OAG published an Addendum to the Final Statement of Reasons setting forth the changes. Many of the changes are stylistic and grammatical. However, some of the changes are substantive and will impact compliance efforts. The most notable changes are discussed below.
Whether you are a small enterprise, a large corporation, or something in between, phishing is one of the most damaging and vicious threats that you have to prepare for. It is so serious that security analysts predict it will be their topmost concern. As per Verizon 2019 DBIR, phishing has emerged as the leading cause of data breaches across companies, and there is a worrying rise in the number of phishing attacks. This is all the more reason for companies to step up their security to identify how to prevent phishing.
With a Private CA (or “Private PKI”) solution, you can brand the certificates for your servers, devices, and users. Since the purpose of this CA is to serve your organization only, it will provide a tighter control when its Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is used for internal user authentication. For this reason, Private PKI is immensely popular for deployment in enterprise IT, as well as cloud-native DevOps and Internet of Things (IoT) environments.