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Understanding Data Loss Prevention - DLP.
SecurityTrails Blog · Nov 03 2020 · by Sara Jelen

Understanding Data Loss Prevention - DLP

Data loss has long been a serious issue for businesses of all sizes. Yet despite growing awareness surrounding the issue — and the security measures taken to prevent it — the number of data breaches continues to grow every year. Even worse, losing data isn’t only just losing data: it also brings with it financial impact, loss of customer trust, corporate liability, loss of current and future business, and often some very hefty legal fines.

Risk Assessment vs. Risk Analysis vs. Risk Management: When Being Optimistic Isn't Ideal.
SecurityTrails Blog · Aug 25 2020 · by Sara Jelen

Risk Assessment vs. Risk Analysis vs. Risk Management: When Being Optimistic Isn’t Ideal

Life is about taking risks. Business is about taking risks. Heck, anything you do involves taking risks. But you wouldn’t jump right off a cliff into unknown waters, would you? You’d want to know: How deep is the water? Are there sharks? Is there anyone around you who could help if you needed it? Are you even ready to make the jump?

Insider Threats in Cybersecurity: The Enemy Comes From Within.
SecurityTrails Blog · Aug 18 2020 · by Sara Jelen

Insider Threats in Cybersecurity: The Enemy Comes From Within

People, process, and technology are the pillars of cybersecurity. And while people are every organization’s best asset, they are also its biggest weakness. Security technology continuously evolves to counter emerging security threats and new techniques, but there is one threat that can’t be thwarted by merely employing new tools and processes. The biggest security threats of today are not the result of malicious attackers, advanced persistent threats, or malware. They come from within.

Zero Trust Model: What's a Zero Trust Network in Cyber Security?.
SecurityTrails Blog · Jul 28 2020 · by Sara Jelen

Zero Trust Model: What’s a Zero Trust Network in Cyber Security?

We often highlight an important philosophy, a particular mindset that should be taken when dealing with security. Organizations shouldn’t sit around wondering whether or not they’ll fall victim to a cyber attack or data breach. Instead, it’s important to actually anticipate one. Don’t ponder the “if” but ask yourself “when.”