Watch on Demand: Strengthening Remote Access in Healthcare with Zero Trust 

Recently, OpenVPN hosted a webinar for those in the healthcare industry to learn more about how zero trust can keep their patient data safe. If you missed the webinar, you can still catch the replay here. Network Security Challenges in Healthcare Healthcare organizations, especially those with remote employees or providers who travel between multiple sites, […]
June 12, 2024
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How The Great Resignation Weakened Network Security (and What You Can Do About It)

As the Great Resignation reshapes the workforce, organizations must confront the challenges it presents for cybersecurity. The departure of cybersecurity talent and the intensification of cyber threats demand immediate action. By cultivating a cybersecurity-focused culture, investing in upskilling, leveraging managed security services, and enhancing insider threat mitigation, businesses can navigate the uncharted waters of talent and risk.
March 27, 2024
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Navigating Cybersecurity: Choosing Between All-In-One Platforms and Point Solutions

The cybersecurity industry, and SaaS as a whole, is continually reshaping and changing through acquisitions. These deals have led to a boom in consolidated platforms offering multiple bundled solutions, and more companies attempting to satisfy multiple use cases through a diverse product portfolio.  However, these all-in-one platforms come with a cost (literally and figuratively). IT […]
December 15, 2023
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Minimize Your Attack Surface with CloudConnexa® Device Identity Verification & Enforcement (DIVE)

Cloud Connexa Device Identity Verification & Enforcement (DIVE) gives administrators the power to leverage one of the key principles of Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) — Least Privilege — granting access to only the resources a user should have, from only the devices they are authorized to use. When combined with the inherent Cloud Connexa micro-segmentation and identity-based access controls, DIVE further minimizes the attack surface.
April 18, 2023
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Three Ways to Integrate Device Posture Checks With Your VPN

In today's increasingly mobile and BYOD workforce, ensuring employees use secure devices when connecting to corporate networks is more critical than ever. Device posture information can help you identify and mitigate security risks in your business by ensuring that devices are updated with security patches, have antivirus software installed, and are not jailbroken or rooted.
April 4, 2023
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Anonymity, Privacy, and Security

Often, when I'm involved in discussions on various forums and discussion threads related to security and privacy on the Internet, I'm surprised how many people use the terms “anonymity,” “privacy,” and “security” interchangeably. These are actually three very different ideas, although they do have some overlapping aspects. Let's dive into the definition of each word to see how they differ.
March 28, 2023
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ZTNA — Beyond the Acronym

The traditional methods of ensuring secure communications across your organization can be overly complex and expensive for a myriad of reasons. ZTNA (Zero Trust Network Access) reduces the surface area prone to attack by following zero trust tenets to provide access to applications.
September 20, 2022
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SOX Cybersecurity Compliance

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is a federal act passed in 2002 following financial scandals at Enron Corp., Tyco International, and WorldCom. Here's what you need to know.
June 16, 2022
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What is LDAP?

In 1993, LDAP was introduced, allowing applications to access and authenticate specific user information across directory services. It also works on both public networks and private intranets. This user-friendly language is one of the easiest ways to access, modify, and authenticate information in virtually any directory.
June 7, 2022
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3 Current Phishing Techniques That Put Your Business at Risk

Phishing is a perennial cyber risk for businesses and organizations of every size, in every industry. It’s a popular social engineering method designed to fool recipients into clicking malicious links, providing hackers access to their networks, or divulging Personally Identifiable Information (PII) or sensitive company data like credentials or financial information. Phishing attacks exploit the […]
June 2, 2022
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