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Mitigating Inside Threats to U.S. Federal IT Environments

Posted April 17, 2014    BeyondTrust Software

Recent high-profile cases have increased the perceived risks that go along with disclosure and usage of confidential information. One of the most difficult security threats to mitigate is an attack from the inside. When an over-privileged user, such as an unhappy current or former employee, contractor, or consultant, begins navigating your network, how will you…

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5 steps to securing the small business (that don’t cost a penny)

Posted May 1, 2013    Andy Clark

For many small businesses there are considerable restraints on both budget and personnel that can make implementing a good security practice feel like an insurmountable challenge. Recent news gives us a constant reminder of the threats we all face from hactivists, electronic espionage, and good old fashioned script kiddies out to cause damage. These threats…

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It’s not about the security, it’s about the people

Posted April 25, 2013    Jason Silva

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I’m a big fan of the Doctor Who series. I was watching a recent episode where they needed to hack into a computer system. The Doctor didn’t think Clara, the current leading lady, could do it because the security was too tight. She replied simply, “It’s…

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