ThreatKey's latest update includes support for Microsoft Azure, making it even easier to keep your cloud infrastructure safe from attacks. With ThreatKey's Azure integration, you can now monitor and block suspicious activity in real time, keeping your data and applications safe from harm.
Our DIY SaaS security guide covers the basics of securing your SaaS applications, including tips on how to normalize your data, what fields you should be taking in, the various events that really matter for successful security logging, and so much more!
In today's business world, data is everything. It's what helps companies make informed decisions, understand their customers, and ultimately drive revenue. But as data has become more essential to business, so has the need to protect it.
ThreatKey, a provider of cybersecurity solutions, announced that it has achieved SOC 2 Type 2 compliance.
SOAR security is an automated approach to cybersecurity. Take a look at these 13 benefits of SOAR, including vulnerability management and runbook tracking.
Strategically manage your company’s cybersecurity and reduce your risk of a cyberattack by following these six stages of the vulnerability management lifecycle.
Security risk assessment tools can include user guides as well as vendor offerings. When finding a new assessment tool, consider these four categories.
Security logging and monitoring are critical security controls, but they can be effective only if you follow these six security logging best practices.
Security assessments are key to foreseeing security threats and keep your IT assets safe from cyber threats. Start building your assessments with these tips.
SaaS user management is the analysis of SaaS applications users and their activity. Making this process secure is key to protecting customer data.
Security logging and monitoring are key building blocks of a healthy cybersecurity strategy. Get insights into their basics, benefits, and challenges.
Securing SaaS applications can require a multi-pronged approach, requiring strategies for everything to access management, SaaS monitoring, and more.
Security automation can increase productivity, enrich data, provide better scalability, and decrease human error. Find out how it can help your business.
SaaS security risks include access management, compliance, and various disasters. Here’s how to address them with data protection, backup procedures, and more.
SaaS applications are critical to your business processes. Learn how you can efficiently keep them operational by using SaaS monitoring.
Prioritize SaaS application security by focusing on how to secure your deployment and access controls, keep a secure network, and prepare for disasters.
Capable SaaS application monitoring is essential for helping businesses to manage complex security implications of their SaaS usage and avoid cyberattacks.
When hiring for remote cybersecurity jobs, it's important to tap into internal talent, social media, and universities as well as job posting sites.
As you build a risk management process, you’ll need to create plans for risk identification, analysis, prioritization, control, and ongoing risk management.
Cyber risk management principles are fundamental ideas that should guide all decisions and actions of your cybersecurity risk management approach.
Discretionary access control is used widely in our connected world, from social media to smartphones. But how secure is it in reality?
It’s important to find a cybersecurity framework that fits your organization. Here’s how to tell which to use and how to implement it in a sustainable way.
Network infrastructure is everything that allows for access to the internet, operations, and communications. Here’s how it changed with SaaS and mobile devices.
Hiring a cybersecurity consultant can be difficult, as each company has specific needs. Check out these hiring tips and how an automated solution might help.
In mandatory access control, full system access is given to a single user with administrative permissions and limited for those with least privilege permissions.
Protect your company from cyber threats by incorporating cybersecurity risk assessment into your security protocols. Learn more with this overview.
A security checklist is a great way to make your startup more secure. Check out our concise cloud security checklist for startups.
To minimize your cloud computing security risks, look for these 14 essential capabilities in your cloud security posture management tools.
Cloud security best practices can include access management, endpoint security, and data protection. Get started with these seven action items.
To understand the SOC meaning, let’s look at who makes up a security operations center team, what outsourced SOC is, and how to implement SOC the right way.
Cloud security posture management is the process of monitoring and handling one’s cloud security state. Here’s why it’s key to every organization.
As you review cloud security posture management vendors, check how they measure up in these nine categories, including compliance and SaaS security.
To make your software asset management really count, follow these best practices on everything from lifecycle management to software inventory.
Cloud security managed services can help address security team labor shortages, regulatory compliance navigation, and threat intelligence.
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