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The 6 Most Disturbing Data Breaches In 2018 So Far

July 31st, 2018

You could argue that all cyber-attacks and data breaches are disturbing, and you wouldn’t be wrong. But all too often a cyber-incident comes along that hits a whole new level of intrusion or includes an unsettling component of cyber security neglect that causes us to raise our eyebrows higher than usual. These data breaches stood…


Top 10 Cyber Security Experts to Follow on Social in 2018

July 3rd, 2018

Feel like you’re experiencing cyber security overload? As a cyber security expert you must stay ahead, but it can be hard when there is so much noise. And it’s not like you can turn a blind eye—your company is relying on you to keep everything operating efficiently. And if that’s not enough pressure, you are…


The Lockdown’s 10 Most Popular Blogs of 2017

January 10th, 2018

2017 was a record year for cyber security with breaches and hacks making headlines just about every day.  Thank you for following along with the 2017 chaos as we captured the biggest breaches, security nightmares, and attacks. As a recap, here are the “Top 10” posts from the blog, sorted in increasing order based on readership. Let the countdown begin! #10: How…


Cyber Security: What we’ve learned in 2017 to get ready for 2018

December 26th, 2017

Well, it’s been a very interesting year with a few surprises along the way, but as expected, cyber crime grew, financial impact was huge and many companies struggled to recover. Cyber attacks will be the biggest threat to every person and business on earth Cyber security is quickly becoming part of everyone’s daily life and…


5 Scary Data Breaches – What is your Nightmare Cyber Hack Attack?

October 31st, 2017

Bad stuff happens. Bad, b-a-a-d stuff. It happens in the real world, and now it happens in the cyber world too. And it’s only a matter of time before—gasp!—it happens to you. I’m talking about a gruesome hack-attack. You may get targeted directly by hack-monsters lurking online; or you may become the helpless victim of…


Cyber Security Awareness Month: 5 Predictions for Tomorrow’s Internet

October 18th, 2017

The matter of cyber security is rapidly becoming part of everyone’s daily life. But you can no longer keep your personal and work security habits and precautions separate. In the past cyber-attacks were usually only a concern in the workplace, but today cyber-attacks are so common they affect everyone connected to the internet. Cyber-attacks are…


6 Things Every CIO and CISO Should Know

September 12th, 2017

Guest column by SailPoint. Author: Darran Rolls The relationship between the CIO and CISO is often seen as one that is complicated by conflicting priorities. CIOs are under pressure to drive business solutions faster than ever, so the risk mitigation that the CISO seeks to achieve often creates an imbalance between the two – security…


5 Security Policies every CISO Must Enforce Now

July 20th, 2017

Chief Information Security Officers, CISOs, bear some of the heftiest weights on their shoulders of anyone in an organization. Single-handedly, depending on their security policies and the enforcement of them, they can be responsible for the success or downfall of an entire company. It is, literally, a thankless position because usually nobody says a word…


The Top 5 PAM Tasks IT Teams Must Automate Part 5: Compliance Reporting

July 19th, 2017

Automating Compliance Reporting: When privileged account management tasks are being done manually, compliance reporting gets complicated. Yet many organizations must demonstrate compliance and provide evidence to auditors and other reviewing bodies to prove that security policy requirements are being met. In this 5-part Thycotic educational series, we focus on five areas of Privileged Account Management…


The Top 5 PAM Tasks IT Teams Must Automate Part 4: SSH Key Management

July 5th, 2017

Automating SSH Key Management: Management of SSH keys can be tough, especially if best practices require the keys to be updated periodically, or when someone who possesses some of the keys leaves the company. Manual management is a daunting task, yet many SSH key management tools are limited in their capabilities. In this 5-part Thycotic…