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Connectivity Counts: Why Smaller FSIs Worry about Secure, Remote Access

Posted by James Locus on Oct 27, 2020

Nimble but Smaller FSIs Adapt to Change Quickly, but Have Fewer Resources 

Not every financial service institution (FSI) is the size of a global bank with hundreds of thousands of workers. Frequently, boutique investment firms, insurance providers, and regional or local banks have only a fraction of the workers of their larger counterparts.

 

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Tags: financial services, remote access, VPN, split tunneling, FSI

Five Cloud Security Considerations for CISOs

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Oct 8, 2020

Discover How You Can Protect Users and the Organization in Today’s New Normal

The past six months have been a whirlwind of change. Security teams across the world have scrambled to empower distributed users with the tools and information they need to keep businesses running. Now everyone is accessing everything from everywhere, with limited control and visibility into who is accessing what, where, and on what device.

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Tags: cybersecurity, phishing, spearphishing, cyberattacks, Web Security, HTTPS, SaaS, cloud security, VPN, email security, new normal, cloud apps, BYOD

Ensure DLP Protection and Visibility for Remote Workers

Posted by Mehul Patel on Jul 28, 2020

Secure Remote Worker Use Case 4: Data Loss Prevention and Visibility

Today’s workers have been flung to the far reaches of the Internet, forcing them to log in and gain access to critical business applications and data in the cloud from unsecured residential and public Internet connections. Understandably, this lack of control and visibility is keeping cybersecurity professionals up at night, wondering whether data is being exposed on the edge of this new network architecture.

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Tags: cybersecurity, security, Cloud DLP, SWG, VPN, split tunneling, data loss prevention, data visibility, remote application access

Open Access to the Internet with Protection

Posted by Mehul Patel on Jul 21, 2020

Secure Remote Worker Use Case 3:
URL Filtering, SaaS Access Control, and Visibility

A cloud-based secure web gateway (SWG) gives cybersecurity teams complete visibility and control over traffic that bypasses the VPN. Consider these two use cases.

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Tags: malware, phishing, security, spear-phishing, DLP, cloud-delivered security, visibility and control, URL filtering, VPN, SaaS access, remote users, acceptable use policies

Security and Visibility When Users Are Not in the Office

Posted by Mehul Patel on Jul 14, 2020

Secure Remote Worker Use Case 2: Security and Visibility of Data and Traffic

As we now accept the new norm, combating malicious cyberthreats comes down to two things: visibility and control. If you can monitor traffic flowing to and from users’ devices and control how that traffic behaves and is secured, a malicious actor would be hard pressed to infiltrate your network and do harm.

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Tags: phishing, security, HTTS, HTTPS, SSL Inspection, DLP, cloud-delivered security, visibility and control, security policies, URL filtering, VPN, secure web gateway

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