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Reopening After COVID-19: Looking Back and Strategies Moving Forward

Businesses are eager to open their doors, many remote workers are ecstatic about it, but reopening will not be as simple as flipping a switch and returning to “business as usual”. A variety of social restrictions will continue to disrupt our...

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A Pen Testing Expert Shares the Secret Ways He Gains Access to Businesses

Steve Stasiukonis’ company, Secure Network Technologies, does all kinds of pen testing. When we say all, we mean it—Secure Network has even successfully “shipped” a person in a FedEx box to demonstrate the vulnerabilities of a company being...

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The Biggest Threats to Businesses from a Pen Testing Expert

Steve Stasiukonis started doing pen testing professionally in 1997, when a former classmate of his confided that his company was struggling to identify network vulnerabilities. Steve had been employed in document management and information...

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Best Practices When Trying to Protect Your Information While Working Remotely

Asaf Lerner’s work in the identity and access management (IAM) space has spanned 20 years and two countries. His first job was on the R&D side with a small Israeli startup called Aladdin. In that job and others, he designed many PKI and...

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5 Cyber Security Recaps from the Past Decade—And 5 Predictions for the Next One

While there's a heated debate about whether a new decade is actually beginning, the beginning of a new year is always a great time to look back, assess what has happened, and make predictions about the future. That's why we at Cadre conducted an...

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When the Next Recession Comes, Will Your Security be Ready?

Recessions stink. Business contracts, companies pull back and attempt to shrink inventories, employees lose their jobs. As revenues decline, it’s harder to fund the key aspects of the business. But recessions also embody the creative destruction...

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5 Mistakes Made In the Capital One Breach and How to Avoid Them

If an amateur hacker could bring down a Fortune 500 company, how can your company hope to avoid the same fate? Take heart - from what we know at this point, it seems that Capital One overlooked some very obvious safeguards and there are a...
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5 Lesser Known Impacts of Poor Security

You wouldn’t leave the doors to your business unlocked, would you? Of course you wouldn’t. In the same vein, companies go to great lengths – installing alarms and cameras and hiring security – to ensure their locations are physically secure. Yet...

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Security Trends and Takeaways for the Second Half of 2019

So much has happened in terms of information security and breaches in 2018 that it can be a little overwhelming. Now that we’ve had time to reflect on 2018, we can summarize important lessons and takeaways as we head into the second half of...

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