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What to expect from SASE certifications

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Secure access service edge (SASE) is a network architecture that rolls SD-WAN and security into a single, centrally managed cloud service that promises simplified WAN deployment, improved security, and better performance. According to Gartner, SASE’s benefits are transformational because it can speed deployment time for new users, locations, applications and devices as well as reduce […]

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You Can Now Ditch the Password on Your Microsoft Account

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Though a completely passwordless future is still a ways off, you’ll soon be able to take a big step in that direction by nuking the password on your Microsoft account. The company announced today that the password-free features it already offers to corporate customers will now be available to everyone. Over the next few weeks, […]

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It’s a Good Day to Update All Your Devices. Trust Us

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Another day, another nag from your iPhone and Mac that an update is ready. And from Chrome. And for Microsoft, it’s patch Tuesday, so that’s another round of installs on your plate. As tempting as it may be to kick these down the road—why not just wait for iOS 15 in a few weeks?—you’ll want […]

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What Is Zero Trust? It Depends What You Want to Hear

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Confusion about the real meaning and purpose of zero trust makes it harder for people to implement the ideas in practice. Proponents are largely in agreement about the overall goals and purpose behind the phrase, but busy executives or IT administrators with other things to worry about can easily be led astray and end up […]

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How to Find the Hidden Files on Your Phone or Computer

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Your phones and computers hold more than you might realize. The files that you can view by default on Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS are by no means everything that’s stored on those systems. These hidden files are typically used by the operating system and the applications you’re running to store data that you don’t […]

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Biggest DDoS Attack in History Hits Russian Tech Giant Yandex

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As the full implications of Texas’s SB 8 abortion law come into view, internet infrastructure companies have become an unlikely focal point. Multiple hosting and domain registration providers have declined to offer services to an abortion ‘whistleblower’ site for violating terms of service related to collecting data about third parties. The site, which aims to […]

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LA Police Are Collecting Detainees’ Social Media Information

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The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) instructs officers to collect social media account information and email addresses when they interview people they have detained, according to documents obtained by the Brennan Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law. The Brennan Center filed public records requests with LAPD and police departments from other major […]

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WhatsApp Fixes Its Biggest Encryption Loophole

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Few, if any, services have done more to bring secure messaging to more people than WhatsApp. Since 2016, the messaging platform has enabled end-to-end encryption—by default, no less—for its billions of users. No complaints there. But if you back up your WhatsApp messages to iCloud or Google Cloud, those chats no longer have that level […]

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ProtonMail Amends Its Policy After Giving Up Activist’s Data

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This weekend, news broke that the anonymous email service ProtonMail turned over a French climate activist’s IP address and browser fingerprint to Swiss authorities. The move seemed to contradict the company’s own privacy-focused policies, which as recently as last week stated, “By default, we do not keep any IP logs which can be linked to your […]