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Why an outdated router can compromise your company's security

In today's digital age, where interconnectivity is the norm, routers act as custodians of business information. These devices, which can sometimes be undervalued, control data traffic between our devices and the global network. However, recent events have highlighted vulnerabilities that may affect a large number of routers, raising concerns about the protection of sensitive information handled by enterprises.

From Office to Remote: Adapting Endpoint Security Strategies

As remote work becomes the norm, organisations face new challenges in securing devices outside the office. This clip discusses the return to host-based security and the importance of robust endpoint security measures backed by logs and alerts. Learn how to adapt your security strategies for remote environments where device locations are unknown.

The Cyber Security Risks of The Remote Work Revolution

The COVID-19 pandemic kickstarted a seismic shift in how we work, transforming remote work from a niche arrangement to a mainstream necessity. While this shift has unlocked numerous benefits such as increased flexibility, reduced commute times, and enhanced work-life balance, it has also exposed organisations to a new array of cyber security risks. Cyber attacks were expected to have cost the world $8 trillion USD in 2023, with that number expected to rise to $9.5 trillion in 2024 and $10.5 trillion in 2025.

The 443 Podcast - Episode 292 - SSID Confusion Attacks

This week on the podcast, we cover a newly disclosed weakness in the 802.11 Wi-Fi standard that affects common enterprise Wi-Fi deployments. Before that, we discuss CISA's Secure by Design Pledge for technology vendors before ending with a Microsoft research post on Quick Assist social engineering. The 443 Security Simplified is a weekly podcast that gets inside the minds of leading white-hat hackers and security researchers, covering the latest cybersecurity headlines and trends.

Defender Fridays Wrap-Up: Cybersecurity in Space, Enterprise Security Monitoring, and more

This session of Defender Fridays highlighted the importance of enterprise security monitoring. As cyber threats become more complex, the ability to detect and respond to them is crucial for modern business operations. Wes discussed various tools that help collect and analyze data from both networks and user endpoints, clarifying the limitations of TLS interception and concluded by recommending a blend of network and endpoint visibility for a comprehensive and robust security strategy. Links.