Keeper Announces Automated Password Rotation

Regular rotation of passwords, keys and privileged credentials is a critical best practice that greatly reduces an organization’s risk of falling victim to cyberattacks. By limiting the lifespan of a...

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The primary benefit of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is that it keeps your information and identity private when using the internet to access sites or servers, download files and more. This is especially important when handling sensitive information on public networks, like checking your bank account at the airport or accessing work files remotely.

The Pros and Cons of a VPN

Customers of software vendors with multiple global data centers can more easily comply with regional data protection and privacy requirements by hosting their data in their preferred geographic region. The Benefits of Multiple Data Center Locations In today’s fast-paced world, software vendors need to offer their customers the ability to quickly and efficiently access the

Going Glocal with Data Hosting

Privileged Access Management (PAM) in cybersecurity is how organizations manage and secure access to highly sensitive accounts, systems and data. Without PAM, organizations are at greater risk of a cyberattack impacting privileged accounts.  Continue reading to learn more about PAM and its crucial role in cybersecurity.  What is Privileged Access Management? Privileged access management is

What Is PAM in Cybersecurity?

A hardware security key, also known as a security key, is a physical form of authentication that provides you with access to systems, applications and accounts. Hardware security keys are often used as a second form of authentication or as a Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) method. Read on to learn more about hardware security keys and

What is a Hardware Security Key and How Does It Work?

The main difference between 2FA and MFA is that 2FA requires you to use one authentication method in addition to your username and password, whereas MFA requires one or more additional authentication methods to your username and password.  Read on to learn more about 2FA and MFA, and how they differ from one another.  What

2FA vs MFA: What’s the Difference?

This article was written by the Center for Digital Government. How government agencies can protect against devastating cyber threats Research shows that most of today’s cyberattacks occur when a cybercriminal gains access to a system through stolen credentials. Users with extra privileges, particularly IT administrators, are often targeted by threat actors who steal those privileges

Keeping Data and Systems Secure With Privileged Access Management

Organizations are increasingly being held liable for breaches of employee data. But employers can take steps to mitigate the likelihood and impact of breaches.  Any organization using an electronic payroll and benefits system stores and processes sensitive employee data — which covers just about every organization in operation today. There are many risks related to

Employer Liability for Data Breaches: What Companies Should Know

The U.S. federal government is committed to implementing zero-trust cybersecurity across all government agencies. In 2021, the White House issued Executive Order (EO) 14028, directing federal agencies to adopt zero-trust network architectures. A few months later, CISA followed up with a draft Zero Trust Maturity Model. In early 2022, the Office of Management and Budget

What is SaaS? Hint: It Doesn’t Mean “Cloud”

Most password managers are very secure and safe to use. Depending on the password manager in question, some offer more security than others. To fully understand the security of password managers you’ll first have to understand what a password manager is.  What is a Password Manager? A password manager is a cybersecurity tool that aids

How Secure Are Password Managers?

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