Chrome Zero Day Exploit Gets Fixed With Latest Update

On April 20, 2021, Google released Chrome 90.0.4430.85, designed to address a zero day exploit hackers are currently taking advantage of, tracked as CVE-2021-21224. The patch also patches four other high severity security flaws that had previously been plaguing the...

The Barriers and Benefits of Zero Trust

There is a growing increase in interest on zero trust during the COVID-19 pandemic as several companies have accepted that their perimeter based security method creates vulnerabilities, especially when it comes to a remote workforce. In the past few years,...

What Is Zero Trust Security?

Zero trust security can be defined as an IT security model that needs stringent identity verification for each device and person who tries to access any resource on a specific private network, whether they’re inside or outside the perimeter of the network. There’s no...

Why should your company use zero trust network?

John Kindervag, of the earliest cybersecurity experts, created the term zero trust and introduced it into the market. It is based on the concept that every attempt to access the network, whether from the inside or the outside, is considered as a threat. You’re...

Secure Your Company With Zero Trust Network

CSOs can improve the network security of your company through a zero trust network. It is the first step in building a strong defense against internal and external attacks. Simply put, zero trust security limits access to confidential and sensitive data to only those...