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Why You're Still Experiencing Cybersecurity Attacks: A Deep Dive
Learn why traditional cybersecurity fails and how to fix it. Deep dive into vulnerabilities and solutions.
Tue, 26.09.2023, 11:45 - 12:15
- Traditional detection-based security tools have limitations
- A cloud-based "air-gap" can isolate users and their browsers
- Air-gapping can offer a more robust zero-trust model
The session will introduce an innovative solution to this escalating problem: the Cradlepoint Cloud Security SaaS platform. By implementing a cloud-based "air-gap" approach, this platform isolates users and their browsers from internet and SaaS application access. This effectively prevents potential attacks from ever reaching user devices and your networks, virtually eliminating 70% of cyberattacks.
Furthermore, the talk will explore how this air-gapping and isolation principle also meets the growing demand for secure access by third-party business partners, customers, and contractors. Currently, Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and Virtual Private Network (VPN) approaches expose you to further attacks if a third-party device becomes compromised. Join us to learn about this transformative approach to enterprise cybersecurity.
Join this session to deepen your understanding on the following topics:
⚬ How can we remove users and web browsers from being the first line of defense in an organization's security strategy?
⚬ Why current detection-based security tools are inadequate in preventing unknown and zero-day exploits.
⚬ The differences between signature detection and prevention security models.
⚬ Why phishing attacks, credential theft, and malicious documents often go undetected.
⚬ The true meaning of Zero-Trust in the context of IT security. ... read more
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