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Why You Need To Embrace User-Focused Security

Why You Need To Embrace User-Focused Security

Security of the workstations in your organization is paramount. However, you don’t want to sacrifice employee productivity for security, especially for users who require elevated privileges, such as developers. By embracing user-focused security, companies can empower users to take charge of their own workstation security, and increase company-wide compliance and productivity at the same time.

Deploying osquery for Windows Using GPO (Group Policy Objects)

Deploying osquery for Windows Using GPO (Group Policy Objects)

We are asked quite often if deploying the osquery agent is possible via Windows Group Policy Objects (GPOs). 

Best Intrusion Detection Techniques In Cloud Computing

Best Intrusion Detection Techniques In Cloud Computing

Intrusion detection is the practice of monitoring your network, servers, workstations, and other IT assets for any suspicious activity, malicious actions, or violations of some policy. This practice is an integral component of your company’s infrastructure security.

21 Best Linux Resources For Infrastructure Security

21 Best Linux Resources For Infrastructure Security

Infrastructure security at the server layer is a critical aspect of your organization’s overall security posture. When you know the best Linux resources to use, you can prevent attackers from taking over servers or compromising your databases.

Essential Knowledge On Endpoint Security For Linux

Essential Knowledge On Endpoint Security For Linux

Linux endpoint security is a more prevalent topic now than it was a decade ago. With the rapid growth of the SaaS industry, many significant applications in cloud environments now rely on Linux.

Endpoint Security For Mac: What You Need To Know In 2020

Endpoint Security For Mac: What You Need To Know In 2020

For a long time, Mac security threats weren’t a top of mind concern for security teams and vendors, who primarily focused on securing Windows where they had a much larger footprint. Now, many employees are using Macs to access production infrastructure, presenting new avenues for attackers to exploit.

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