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The Difference Between Cybersecurity & Network Security
Datashield was recently featured on a legal podcast, The Rose Report. Our CISO David Norlin spoke with host Madelaine Braggs on new cyber risks and vulnerabilities targeting the real estate industry.
Datashield was recently featured on NPR, National Public Radio, on the local Arizona affiliate 91.5 KJZZ. The story covers the national rise in cyber-terrorism and cyberattacks, along with local news headlines from Datashield's home-state Arizona.
Datashield was featured in a recent story published by the Phoenix Business Journal. The story covers the cybersecurity landscape in the Valley and how we partnered with Bishop Fox to provide red and blue team defensive services.
The cybersecurity analyst has become the third most valuable job description in the technology industry. The increasing security incidents to IT infrastructure, the demand for accountability from end-users, and the financial cost of successful breaches are significant reasons enterprises and startups are taking cybersecurity seriously. Ambitious professionals who choose a career in IT security are reaping the benefits of securing operating systems and deployed IT infrastructure.
Did you know that March 5, 2021 is the National Day of Unplugging?
An organization’s choice to seek a managed security services provider (MSSP) to guard over its IT infrastructure is usually based on three major reasons.
Zero Trust security concept is a model and framework developed by former Forrester analyst John Kindervag in 2010. Since then, the Zero Trust model is widely adopted, with leading researchers at Gartner, Microsoft, and Google all developing and implementing their variations of Zero Trust frameworks while keeping the core concept intact.
Statistical data shows that over one-third, or 36 percent, of ransomware infections happen due to a lack of cybersecurity training across organizations across all industry verticals. Another 30 percent of the ransomware infections worldwide materialize because of weak user passwords, while 25 percent are due to poor user practices, according to managed service providers (MSPs) surveyed.