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FAQ: web isolation and the zero-trust maturity model

Nearly every organization is pursuing or perfecting zero-trust architecture. Web isolation can be a fast win in this sizable undertaking.…

Foolproof security of user web activity

Even the most security-aware users make mistakes and can accidentally expose their organizations’ networks to malware and other…

Remote work is just work: secure the new normal

In honor of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we examine the security and control issues that linger on as distributed workforces are here to…

Web isolation is an enabler, not just a controller

So much of security is focused on control that it severely limits usability. But web isolation gives user enablement equal focus.

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White House issues zero trust architecture transition strategy

Federal agencies must implement a zero trust architecture by fiscal year 2024  

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Overlooked: "The biggest risk of all"

How is it that global spending on cybersecurity totals more than $100 billion per year, and IT has so little to show for it? Authentic8's…

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Modern CTO interview: Flipping turtles

Things move fast at Authentic8, most of the time. And if they don’t? That’s when leaders shine as enablers and get things back on track.…

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"Almost like a virtual safe room"

Are you following Smashing Security, the award-winning podcast with "a helpful and hilarious take on the week's tech SNAFUs" (tag line)?…

The billion-dollar security blanket: a feelgood fallacy

Global cybersecurity spending is approaching $200 billion per year, "without actually preventing advanced persistent threats, ransomware,…

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