Due to the nature of certificate technology and the increasing security requirements of modern web browsers, this often creates a large workload for internal IT teams to deploy comprehensive Public Key Infrastructure technologies. Failure to properly implement them often results in poor user experience, broken web pages, and frustrated customers.
On October 28, 2020 the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued alert AA20-302A as a joint alert from CISA, the FBI, and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regarding ransomware activity targeting the healthcare and public heath sectors in the United States.
In a year of filled with concerns such as a global pandemic, murder hornets, and so much more, the crisis du jour for Americans is now…TikTok?
As organizations divert resources to other parts of their business, they may be leaving their infrastructure exposed. Even though other concerns may seem more important right now, the truth is that protecting your company’s assets has never been more important. The risk to digital assets during a time of crisis is greater than ever.
In January, we spoke about 6 trends to watch for in 2020, but for all of the predictions and hopes we had for the year, 2020 clearly had its own set of plans.