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In today’s connected world there are too many devices and too many networks to protect and cyber criminals are more sophisticated than ever. The 2017 threat landscape proved that no one is immune to cyber attacks. But can we take the cybersecurity mistakes…

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SecureAuth and Core Security have been monitoring the evolving situation with “Meltdown” (CVE-2017-5754) and “Spectre” (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715) – the recently disclosed processor (CPU) vulnerabilities. Our team has not detected any current impact to customer implementations at this time. We have already initiated…

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We are preparing for our annual user conference and, unlike years before, this one will be bigger and better than ever. By now you’ve heard the news: SecureAuth and Core Security are joining forces to offer the industry’s first identity-based security automation platform…

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Today, we are excited to announce that SecureAuth and Core Security are merging to become one company. Core Security is a leader in vulnerability discovery, identity governance, and threat management, which is highly complementary to the identity security technology SecureAuth pioneered and continues to…

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It’s that time of year again where the air turns a bit cooler, pumpkins start popping up in your supermarket and your annoying neighbor starts posting daily “Only XX Days til Christmas” updates. Yes, it is almost holiday shopping season and if you’re…

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For several years the Department of Defense (DoD) has been focused on protecting controlled and unclassified information. Seven years ago, around November 2010, the White House issued Executive Order 13556 that established an open and consistent program across all civilian and defense agencies…

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**On Wednesday morning, Ashley was rushing to get a blog on Petya “ransomware” out to help our customers understand and defend against it. Meanwhile, I was in DC about to present at the cyber security for defense summit and watching the CISO from one…

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For the second time in as many months, organizations around the world are feeling the effects of a ransomware attack. No doubt, you heard about the WannaCry virus that spread rapidly, worldwide last month demanding bitcoin ransom for company data. This time, the…

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WannaCry may be the latest outbreak or ransomware to hit the news, but it is not the 1st or the last. In 2016 alone, it is estimated that $1 billion dollars in cyber ransoms were paid out to cyber criminals. If this widespread attack…

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Late last year the New York State of Financial Services (DFS) announced that New York would be proposing a "first in the nation" rule on cyber-security to go into effect on March 1, 2017 which would impact any bank, insurance company and anyone…

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