What’s next for cloud backup?

Cloud adoption was already strong heading into 2020. According to a study by O’Reilly, 88% of businesses were using the cloud in some form in January 2020. The global pandemic just accelerated the move to SaaS tools. This seismic shift where businesses live day-to-day means a massive amount of business data is making its way […]

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Network visibility critical in increasingly complex environments

Federal IT leaders across the country voiced the importance of network visibility in managing and securing their agencies’ increasingly complex and hybrid networks, according to Riverbed. Of 200 participating federal government IT decision makers and influencers, 90 percent consider their networks to be moderately-to-highly complex, and 32 percent say that increasing network complexity is the […]

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Russian Hackers Infiltrate U.S Government Networks and Steal Data

  In a recent cybersecurity incident, the U.S. government issued a statement claiming that state-sponsored Russian hackers attacked the U.S. agencies and successfully breached the government networks. CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) and FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) issued a joint report regarding the issue, confirm the U.S. government officials.  “The Russian-sponsored APT actor […]

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Most companies have high-risk vulnerabilities on their network perimeter

Positive Technologies performed instrumental scanning of the network perimeter of selected corporate information systems. A total of 3,514 hosts were scanned, including network devices, servers, and workstations. The results show the presence of high-risk vulnerabilities at most companies. However, half of these vulnerabilities can be eliminated by installing the latest software updates. The research shows […]

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