How Trustworthy is Your Wireless Environment?

Nearly half of Americans say they couldn’t get through the day without Wi-Fi, according to a recent OnePoll survey. We suspect the other half just don’t fully comprehend how much they depend on the technology.

Pandemic lockdowns that forced most of us to work remotely led to remarkable changes in network traffic patterns.

Due Diligence Is Key to Thwarting Third-Party Threats

Most businesses today are highly dependent on goods and services from vast networks of third-party providers. Studies find that the typical company has more than 500 supply chain partners, although large multinational brands often have 100,000 or more. While these relationships create economies of scale and operational efficiencies, they also create exposure to a variety of cyber threats.

Achieving the Benefits and Resolving the Challenges of Edge Computing

Edge computing has been around for the better part of three decades, but it only entered the mainstream technology conversation a few years ago when it became a key enabler of Internet of Things (IoT) projects. While it remains essential for facilitating IoT initiatives, the edge model now has far more broad appeal with important use cases in practically every industry vertical.

Managed Networks Increase Reliability, Efficiency and Innovation

Network reliability has never been more important. Organizations across all industry sectors are increasingly dependent on their networks to extend connectivity to highly distributed remote workers, cloud services, edge devices and IoT infrastructure. Meeting those demands often requires upgrading legacy hardware-centric networks to more cloud- and software-driven environments to accommodate growing volumes of users, devices and traffic.

Make Endpoint Security a Top Priority

Compromised endpoint devices such as laptops, tablets, mobile phones and printers have become primary access points for cybercriminals attempting to infiltrate networks. More than two-thirds of IT security professionals say their organizations have experienced one or more endpoint attacks that successfully compromised their data and infrastructure, according to research from the Ponemon Institute.

New Zero-Day Windows Vulnerability Requires Vigilance

Threat actors, including state-supported groups and cybercrime organizations, are actively ramping up attacks that leverage a recently discovered zero-day flaw in a Microsoft Windows support tool. The flaw, known as Follina, allows attackers to remotely take control of targeted computer systems through the use of altered Office documents.

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