Zero Trust is a cybersecurity ideology based on the core principle that users, devices, and systems should always be authenticated and verified. The name is literal—there are no trusted devices or users with unlimited, unfettered access. Everything is considered suspicious or a threat until proven otherwise. The philosophy of Zero...
With technology now easily accessible to almost every part of the world, more and more people are using the internet. Even with security advancements, breaches continue to be on the rise, and hackers do not seem to discriminate on whom they attack. Sometimes cybercriminals have even attacked some of...
The cloud is inherently more safe than on-premise storage solutions that are tied to a particular device. Having said that, there are ways to further enhance cloud security through better storage practices. Try These Cloud Security Tips By default, cloud storage offers far greater protection than storing on a physical hard...
Cybercrime is estimated to be more profitable than the global drug trade. The industry is believed to be worth around $170bn. At least 350,000 instances of new malware are detected every day. In recent years, ransomware has become a favorite tool for hackers. Depending on which report you read, ransomware...
The internet is a wonderful resource for a variety of things. It helps us connect with others, work remotely, entertain ourselves, further our education and so much more. As a result, it should come as no surprise that the internet is used by over 4.5 billion people and rising. However,...
Cabinets and gun safes for weapons and hunting rifles fall into the category of safety metal equipment. Cabinets of this type are used for the safe storage of firearms. They are made following the legal standards of holding weapons. Using them is both responsible and practical. You will always...
Fraud is a common enemy to businesses of all sizes worldwide. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) surveyed thousands of businesses in its most recent report in 2018 and found that, on average, organizations were losing around five percent of their turnover to deceit each year. So, what are...