Global Threat Report Shows Malicious Actors Went Big Game Hunting in 2020

Earlier this month, the global cybersecurity firm, CrowdStrike, released their 2021 Global Threat Report, which provides a detailed, in-depth picture of the current threat landscape facing organizations today, an overview of threat activity from the past year, and recommendations for…

Work from home and neglected clouds – CrowdStrike Services Report shows 2020 was a virtual playground for hackers

Earlier this month, CrowdStrike released its annual CrowdStrike Services Cyber Front Lines Report, a report that outlines the trends that the firm identified from client engagements and key cybersecurity themes identified from the prior year. Candidly, it’s a report that…

31,000 potential targets – OU’s CISO describes the herculean task of protecting university networks

With an enrollment of approximately 31,000 young people – all raised on new technologies and clearly digital natives – you would think that a large university like the University of Oklahoma (OU) would have no problem keeping its networks and…

Zero Trust: Buzzword or hack-buster?

Trust but verify: a Russian proverb Ronald Reagan often used to characterize U.S.-Russia relations, especially regarding nuclear weapons. The Internet has made it clear that the “trust” part of the proverb may not work so well. Today, we may have…

With cloud migration rampant, it’s time to take cloud security seriously

There’s good reason why the cloud migrations are among the top priorities for government CIOs and IT departments today. The benefits of the cloud are numerous and impossible to ignore. The cloud gives the government increased scalability and flexibility in…