While the GDPR and Schrems II mandates accelerated the need for external key management solutions in Europe, it is clear that these needs are expanding to become global requirements. Other countries and even states are jumping into the fray with clear specifications for safeguarding Personally Identifiable Information (PII). For example, Schrems-II doesn’t allow keys that provide access to the encrypted data, to be hosted outside of the European Economic Area (EEA). Privacy and compliance are calling the shots on the data protection lifecycle.
It’s no surprise that phishing and business email compromises, commonly called CEO Fraud, continue to flourish. Why? Because it is fast, easy, and despite security training, users still click on attacks. This 20/20 webcast looks beyond user training at how technology can address the challenges of modern phishing without reducing productivity or presenting users with potentially problematic emails.It’s no surprise that phishing and business email compromises, commonly called CEO Fraud, continue to flourish. Why? Because it is fast, easy, and despite security training, users still click on attacks.
The exponential growth of users, apps, and data has led to an increase in legitimate data access, complicating the task of determining whether data access is appropriate. Traditional security approaches tend to lock things down and limit data usage by deploying broad sets of security policies. Companies that take this approach, however, are still suffering from data breaches. In the meantime, security teams are often overwhelmed with a significant amount of alerts that don’t provide actionable insights.
Attackers are targeting Active Directory in nearly every type of attack, especially ransomware attacks. Unfortunately, organizations struggle with where to begin to secure AD, as well as what should be emphasized. The end result is a weak AD security posture that is easily attacked and exploited by attackers. There is a solution to securing AD to disrupt attackers. By prioritizing the most exploited settings, the attack surface of AD can be dramatically reduced. This approach of securing AD gives every organization a clear starting and ending point to get through a first wave of securing their AD environment.