zero trust

Let me explain what zero trust is in very simple terms. We inherently trust too much in our environment and our inclination to trust too many things has really led to us relying upon forms of security which are really not helping us in the new world order. This is especially true when we allow employees and outside users certain access to our system, such as uploading a document to a @Salesforce org.

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helpful tips

5 helpful tips to help you talk to your boss about cyber security. Learn to manage upwards and get your security needs met. One of the hardest things IT workers deal with is talking to your boss about Cyber Security. Maybe you report to a manager, a director or even the C-Suite itself. Regardless, this […]

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oracle

Salesforce is developing its own alternative to Oracle’s database, sources told The Information, meaning that Salesforce is moving away from Oracle technology Amazon is moving toward open-source technology called NoSQL, the sources also said. Salvos from Oracle boss Larry Ellison have added fuel to the fire, according to the report. Amazon and Salesforce have long searched for alternatives […]

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uber paid hackers

Uber said that two people outside the company accessed the personal information of 57 million Uber users in late 2016, including names, email addresses and phone numbers.

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myTrailhead

myTrailhead is a massive update for the existing Trailhead product by Salesforce. Trailhead was first released in 2014, powering gamified online learning tools that would help workers succeed within the vast Salesforce Economy. Now, companies can customize the platform with corporate content and branding styles.

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Abode Flash security issues

The malware, known as FinSpy or FinFisher, is a commercial product typically sold to nation states and law enforcement agencies to conduct surveillance. @adobe

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Hacked Again?

The company has already been reeling from a breach that exposed the personal information of 145.5 million people. Equifax said it has disabled a customer help webpage while its security teams investigate.

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Making the right cybersecurity investments

We all understand the need for better cybersecurity. However, for most CISOs the next logical challenge is determining the best way to reduce real-world risk without exhausting or overshooting an already-strained budget.

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It’s time for all of us to play defense, because Equifax clearly did not. In the wake of the epic breach of as many as 143 million of our Social Security numbers, names and addresses from the company’s credit files, the company put up a website that attempted to make sense of things for consumers. #Equifaxbreach #cybersecurity

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Equifax said data on 143 million U.S. customers was obtained in a breach. The breach was discovered July 29. Personal data including birth dates, credit card numbers and more were obtained in the breach. Three Equifax executives sold shares in the company days after the breach was discovered. #equifaxbreach #cybersecurity

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