Private equity firm Vector Capital invested $100 million in Malwarebytes a month after the antivirus stalwart laid off 125 employees to focus on smaller customers. The funds will help the vendor reduce clients' attack surfaces and accelerate momentum with MSPs and channel partners.
Learn how to ensure zero trust access to private applications in datacenters, Azure and multi-cloud environments. Leverage your Azure AD user store for Single Sign On (SSO) into any private resource, beyond just SAML-based web SSO.
When it comes to keeping your private apps private, on-prem VPNs lack the agility...
The basic idea behind zero trust is the assumption that all devices and users are untrustworthy until proven otherwise.
Often associated with an identity-centric perimeter, zero trust network access (ZTNA) architecture helps organizations reduce their attack surface by eliminating network-layer risks, but is not...
The demand for anywhere, anytime
access has grown as the workforce has
become more distributed and cloud
traffic continues to soar.
How can IT leverage a simpler, more
scalable method to securely connect
users to the applications they need?
By bringing network and security
functions closer to users and...
As the Federal Trade Commission focuses on data brokers that collect and share consumers' sensitive information, any company that participates in those activities needs to carefully review its practices, says attorney Daniel Kaufman, former acting director of the FTC's Consumer Protection Bureau.
U.S. Democratic senators are urging the Biden administration to update HIPAA to enhance privacy protections over reproductive health data in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion.
NortonLifeLock and Avast completed their $8.6 billion merger Monday, forming a $3.5 billion consumer cyber protection behemoth with expertise across security, privacy and identity. The fully merged company will have fewer than 4,000 employees and will initially go to market as NortonLifeLock.
InfoSec, IT risk and digital supply chain management professionals know the key to minimizing the risk of third-party breaches is to implement a comprehensive and efficient third-party security risk management (TPRSM) process.
Join this webinar where Dov Goldman discusses the increasing challenges surrounding...
California legislators passed a bill banning companies headquartered in the state that provide "electronic communications services" from providing records, information or other assistance to law enforcement in other states related to investigations of reproductive services, such as abortion.
The national network for connecting medical centers with donated human organs faces doubts about its ability to secure data amid concerns about its IT infrastructure. A federal watchdog has reviewed the Health Resources and Services Administration and United Network of Organ Sharing.
Clearwater has completed its purchase of healthcare cyber firm CynergisTek to give hospitals and physicians a broader range of security technology and services. Joining forces will give clients access to Clearwater's endpoint and logging technology and risk analysis and schematic services.
House Energy and Commerce Committee Democrats sent a letter Wednesday to Mark Zuckerberg asking the social media chief executive about his company's privacy and security practices following reports that the company released users' data in a Nebraska case involving an allegedly illegal abortion.
No secret: Public cloud provides the technical catalyst to the healthcare industry’s modernization and the keys to the kingdom in terms of globalization. The resulting access to usable swaths of data is invaluable - and high-risk. ClearDATA's Chris Bowen weighs in on mitigating the risks.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against Idaho-based data broker Kochava Inc., alleging the company collects and sells sensitive geolocation data, including information about visits to reproductive health clinics. Kochava's actions are an unfair marketplace practice, the FTC says.