Data Centric Security

10
Sep

8 Benefits of Implementing a Zero Trust Architecture

Zero Trust is gaining momentum. Organizations implementing Zero Trust architecture witness fewer data breaches. There are several benefits when you implement a Zero Trust Architecture, some are listed in the blog post.

24
Aug

7 Strategies to Keep Business Data Secure

Cyberattacks are on the rise. The growing number of internet-connected devices and the value of business data means cybercriminals have more to gain than ever from breaking into a company’s network. Here are the seven most important cybersecurity tactics for a business to use. Employing them will help keep company data secure.

4
Aug

The Achilles heel of IT Security Defensive Measures: Log File Manipulation by authorized personnel. “Trust is good but Verification is better”

Log file manipulation is a critical problem that many organizations face. Administrators usually have elevated privileges that allow them to access sensitive data. Learn more about how HALOCHAIN technology can be used to mitigate the risks related to log file manipulations.

26
Jul

Beyond Blockchain: An Introduction to HALOCHAIN

This is part of two-part blog series about HALOCHAIN technology. In this introductory blog, you will get a glimpse of SECUDE’s HALOCHAIN technology (Patent Pending) and how it will revolutionize the digital trading business.

14
Jul

Protecting the Supply Chain in COVID-19

Supply chain cybersecurity is important at all times, but arguably even more so during the COVID-19 crisis. Here are some proactive steps people can take to keep their sensitive supply chain data safe.

28
Jun

The Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack: The Fallout and Its Implications

This blog was written by an independent guest blogger. The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack is one of the most recent and high-profile cybersecurity events affecting a public or private organization. However, what’s most frightening about it is the implications it has for the future of digital technologies.

27
Jun

Security-First: Why It’s Right and What It Means

This blog was written by an independent guest blogger. Security-first, as the name implies, means considering cybersecurity at the center of every business decision. Being security-first is about restructuring your thinking, so cybersecurity is no longer an afterthought.

24
Jun

Why Data Security is Gaining Traction

The shift towards cloud storage has paved the way for more vulnerabilities and exposure risks. Cyber breaches and data cyber-attacks have increased the need for security measures. Moreover, new governmental and industrial norms have forced companies to think of data security.
Learn more about how SECUDE can help you to provide a Zero Trust security solution for data extracted from SAP environment.

3
Jun

How to protect your crown Jewels while working remotely

The crown Jewels, part of the Royal Collection, are the most powerful symbols of the British Monarchy. They are most valued and given tightened security protection to prevent from being stolen.

Similarly, Mission-critical, intellectual property is an organization’s ‘crown jewels’ and would cause major business impact if compromised.

Read more on how to protect your SAP crown jewels with a Zero Trust approach.

30
Jan

Management Musings 1: Pay attention to all data-centric security

What stops senior management from seriously considering data-centric security as an important aspect of their overall IT security paradigm? Are they misled? Or is it plain complacency that data breach would happen to them? This is what Dr. Heiner Kromer, CEO, SECUDE has to say.