How secure is your company’s IT infrastructure? Whether your data centre is located on-premises, in the cloud or both, and whether your employees work on the internal network, on the road or at home: cyberattacks involving threats like ransomware and zero-day exploits always lurk around the corner. Want to know how you can prevent these viruses from harming your business and how you can adequately secure your network, mobile devices and servers? Read our bloggers’ tips and tricks.
As an official Zoom partner, we at Xylos want to support you, our customer, as thoroughly as possible to ensure that you’re using Zoom’s solutions in a professional, safe way. To this end, we’ve listed some tips to make your user experience as safe and smooth as possible.
The NSA has found a critical flaw in Microsoft’s CryptoAPI (crypt32.dll), which leaves the system vulnerable to spoofing. How can possible attackers exploit this issue? Is your company at risk? What steps do you need to take? We’ll cover what you need to know in this blog post.
Are you worried about data breaches or credential theft? Do you fear that hackers might misuse this information for financial gain? As an organisation, you can protect yourself against these types of hacks by deploying solutions that protect your data and your identities.
In this evolving corporate world, it’s important to make sure your end users can work in a secure cloud network. We’d like to tell you more about Check Point CloudGuard SaaS, a Software-as-a-Service solution that protects your cloud applications.
It’s crucial to secure cloud environments properly, but all too often, the security of these publicly available resources in the architecture remains just an afterthought. How do we remedy this?
Our IAM team believes a strong and secure identity policy is needed in today's digital world. Ready to discover our solutions?
The public cloud is used everywhere. In almost all businesses, employees share files through cloud services, teams use apps to keep track of lists and browser plugins regulate traffic to the world outside of the company. The downside is that the IT department can’t really manage this traffic. With these tips, we’ll help you keep your data under control – locally as well as in the cloud.