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  1. OpenSSL Patches “Critical” & “Moderate” Security Vulnerabilities

    Early this morning, the OpenSSL project team released two security patches—1.1.0b, and 1.0.2j—for two security vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL. These two new patches fix a “critical” severity vulnerability found in version 1.1.0a and a “moderate” severity vulnerability found in versions 1.0.2i. Neither of these bugs affect your SSL/TLS Certificates, and no actions are required related…


  2. A Strong Incident Response Plan Reduces Breach Severity

    A security crisis cannot be attributed to just one cause. Incidents may be the product of a complicated plan acted upon by malicious hackers or a simple employee mistake. Whatever the cause, results are detrimental and the ramifications of breach may effect enterprise operations, reputation, and trust. BakerHostetler states in their 2016 Data Security Incident…


  3. Battling to Stop Data Leaks from the Inside

    A new study released in June reveals the majority of companies don’t have the proper policies, education, and tools in place to protect sensitive information from being disclosed to insiders. The study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute called Risky Business: How Company Insiders put High Value Information at Risk, concludes there is a large amount…


  4. Protecting the IoT with Security Solutions Now

    The Internet of Things has become one of the most exciting developments for network connectivity. The number of IoT devices is predicted to exceed 40 billion by 2020, and their potential benefit to industrial success is limitless. However, the possibility of unforeseen damage grows by connecting multiple devices especially for business. IoT device security is…


  5. Three Challenges for the Industrial IoT

    Enterprise SSL Inventory Management

    The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a sublet of the IoT phenomenon, referring specifically to connected technologies in the manufacturing industry. IIoT technology captures data by monitoring and controlling production processes, which improves overall documentation and quality management. By 2020, revenues generated from the IIoT market will be about $225 billion. What’s more, companies…