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How to Import your Historical Controlled Documents into Egnyte

‍ If you’re a quality professional then you know that maintaining compliance, audit, and tracking of your controlled documents is critical. When you adopt Egnyte’s Controlled Document Management, you’ll have all of the tools to review, approve, release, and train your users on your policies, procedures, and other controlled docs. But what should you do about all of your existing controlled documents?

5 Data Center Security Threats Businesses Must be Aware of in 2023

As reported by CIOSEA News, global cyber attacks saw an increase by 38 percent in 2022. This is in comparison to the percentage of such attacks seen in 2021. It's an alarming situation, one that clearly shows that cyber security threats are constantly growing. In some countries, cyber attacks were more severe and greater in number than in others. DIGIT News reported that the UK saw a 77 percent increase in cyber attacks in 2022. These are astounding figures, and they all point to how dangerous cyberspace has become.

How to Bake Security into your CI/CD Pipeline

According to IBM Security's "The Cost of a Data Breach Report", the global cost of data breaches in 2022 increased by 2.6% compared to previous year, reaching $4.35 million. The source code of major companies like Nvidia, Microsoft, Uber, Slack, Toyota was leaked, often caused by usage of hardcoded secrets (you can see more details in the infographics below). In those cases, lateral movements were compromising software supply chain security. In their report Gartner claims about 45% of companies should expect to become targets of supply chain attacks by 2025.

Secure your organization with just-in-time access

Just-in-time (JIT) access is a cybersecurity feature where users, applications, or systems are granted access to resources only when needed and for a limited time. This approach limits the risk of privileged accounts gaining unauthorized access to sensitive data. JIT access is often used in conjunction with other security measures—such as multi-factor authentication and encryption—to provide a strong, layered defense against threats.


The State of the US National Cybersecurity Strategy for the Electric Grid

The distribution systems of the U.S. energy grid — the portions of the grid that carry electricity to consumers — are growing more susceptible to cyber-attacks, in part due to the advent of monitoring and control technology and their reliance on them. However, the magnitude of the possible consequences of such attacks is not fully understood.


Key Insights From the Guide to Cybersecurity Trends and Predictions for 2022-23

The cybersecurity landscape has become something of a battle royale: companies and cyber criminals are continually trying to outsmart one another in an effort to be the last one standing. Thankfully, many businesses are seeking a proactive approach, aiming to avoid the proverbial egg on their face when it comes to cybersecurity breaches. Learning from other organizations’ costly misfortunes, many businesses are ensuring that security features prominently in strategy and budget meetings.


Data Asset Classification: Why it's Important for Client-Side Protection

Web technologies are continuously evolving; both through growth and modernization. Modern web applications are becoming a must in enabling businesses to be able to sell online, acquire customers, and deliver the digital experiences today’s users want. Companies from various industries are increasingly relying on transacting sensitive Personal Identifiable Information (PII) digitally.

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How Much Does It Cost to Build a Security Operations Center (SOC)?

Having a security operations center (SOC) to protect and secure your data is no longer optional. As cyber criminals grow more sophisticated and modern complexities (remote work, the cloud, international operations) increase cybersecurity risks, a SOC becomes a critical line of defense. It works proactively and reactively and can help an organization advance their security posture while dealing with immediate threats.


Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Combat Hands-on-Keyboard Cybersecurity Attacks

With news headlines like “A massive ransomware attack hit hundreds of businesses” becoming common, concern about malware has never been higher. High-profile examples of malware like DarkSide, REvil have been profiled so many times that not only cybersecurity professionals are on edge — every organization that has on-premises or in-the-cloud workloads is concerned.


Windows Security Event Log Best Practices

If your company is like many others, it probably invested heavily in the Microsoft ecosystem. Microsoft has been around since the 1980s, focusing primarily on business technologies. It has a reputation for compatibility which gives you more purchasing options across devices and accessories. Unfortunately, this reach across corporate IT environments means that malicious actors target everything associated with Microsoft.