Cybersecurity Awareness Month may be drawing to a close, but threat actors don’t care—their attacks aren’t constrained to a season. We asked a few of our experts for the top aspects of security awareness they would like organizations to keep in mind this awareness...
Zero trust is no longer just a theoretical security buzzword. Since the onset of the pandemic and the demise of the network-based perimeter, more organizations than ever have been moving to zero trust to more tightly lock down assets and resources. More...
As we celebrate the five-year anniversary of Converge’s first acquisition, it is with great pride that I reflect upon the amazing journey that has led to 35 acquisitions in five years and the creation of a world-leading software-enabled IT & Cloud Solutions...
There’s a recognized truth across the cybersecurity industry: you can’t protect what you don’t know. Added to that is the fact that you can’t know what you don’t know. Industry best practices and cybersecurity frameworks reconcile these two for productive outcomes and...
Prices are rising everywhere and the cost of a data breach is no exception. According to the new IBM/Ponemon Cost of a Data Breach report, the average global overall cost of experiencing a data breach is now at an all-time high of $4.35 million, a 13% increase...
Multi-factor can be implemented in many ways these days, but surprisingly, many organizations that have access to the MFA capabilities of Azure AD simply haven’t enabled it. Azure AD MFA has its limitations, but if you own the capability, any MFA is better than no...
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