How to Implement Policies to Secure Your Network

How to Implement Policies to Secure Your Network

Certain security basics used to be good enough to protect your network. You could roll out an endpoint security tool, implement a firewall, and use sandboxing, and at least sleep a little easier at night. But today’s attackers are more sophisticated, and that means security professionals have to be more sophisticated, too. 

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Types of Risky Communications You Should Watch Out For

Types of Risky Communications You Should Watch Out For

How do you know who your assets are talking to? If you don’t have visibility into risky communications your assets and employees are engaging in, you can’t secure your network and your data. Subsidiaries and strategic suppliers only make this more complicated, because while you don’t generally have direct visibility into their networks, risky behavior can still negatively affect your security posture.

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