Network segmentation helps not only to mitigate the risk but also to significantly lower the risk of a double extortion attack by containing and minimizing the “blast radius” of a ransomware attack.more →
Tag: micro segmentation
Why Financial Services Need Micro-segmentation
Those of you that are frequent readers of our blogs will know that we often talk about what a prime target financial services are for cyber crime. According to Forbes, cyberattacks cost financial institutions more to address than in any other industries.
In this blog we are going to look at why financial services need micro-segmentation.more →
Using Zero Trust Security to Ease Compliance
Data privacy in cyber-security is a hugely regulated sector. New regulations such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) have added to the list of compliance mandates that already included PCI-DSS for financial data and HIPAA for patient information.more →
Micro-segmentation and the Zero Trust Model
Traditional Perimeter Methods Are Not Enough
For organisations with perimeter-based security, a breach gives malicious actors access to your entire network, enabling them to move laterally to wherever they want as soon as they breach defences. This security model sees all applications and data equally and therefore security and access is the same for everything.more →
4 Techniques for Early Ransomware Detection
It’s predicted that a ransomware attack will occur every 11 seconds in 2021 and there is more is at stake than just your bottom line. The wide-reaching impact can be extremely detrimental. activereach have teamed up with Guardicore
to improve your security posture against attacks.
The First Agentless and High Performance Micro-Segmentation For High Speed Networks
Over the past months since the COVID-19 pandemic first entered our lives and work from home transitioned from being a tentative reality to a necessity, organizations are moving faster to the cloud, but there are still a lot of applications and workloads that must remain on premises.more →