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  • How Federal Agencies Can Secure Secrets in Automation Environments at Scale

    How Federal Agencies Can Secure Secrets in Automation Environments at Scale

    IT modernization in the federal government sector is more than just plugging in new technology. It’s about changing the way government workers operate to be more efficient, effective and...

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  • Impact Live 2021: Advancing Zero Trust IT with PAM and IAM

    Impact Live 2021: Advancing Zero Trust IT with PAM and IAM

    During its virtual CyberArk Impact Live 2021 conference this week, the company showcased a broad portfolio of security solutions that are central to any Zero Trust approach to securing an IT...

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  • Least Privilege in The Cloud (and Everywhere Else)

    Least Privilege in The Cloud (and Everywhere Else)

    Mark Twain once wrote that “History never repeats itself, but it often rhymes.” This is especially true in the world of cybersecurity. By examining some of the major breaches over the past decade,...

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  • Live from Impact 2021: Shaping the Future of Identity Security

    Live from Impact 2021: Shaping the Future of Identity Security

    In the spirit of looking forward with renewed confidence and optimism, thousands of cybersecurity professionals joined us today to kick off CyberArk Impact Live 2021, the world’s largest virtual...

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  • Best Defense? Our Red Team Lead Reveals 4 MFA Bypass Techniques

    Best Defense? Our Red Team Lead Reveals 4 MFA Bypass Techniques

    Digital transformation, widespread remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ever-increasing reliance on cloud services and infrastructure have all contributed to new enterprise access...

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  • Why Cybersecurity Executive Order Takes Big Steps Toward Marshaling US Cyber Defenses

    Why Cybersecurity Executive Order Takes Big Steps Toward Marshaling US Cyber Defenses

    Sometimes, it takes a significant event — a “forcing function” — to catalyze significant change. It can even take more than one. A series of cyber attacks with real-world implications and...

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  • How to Communicate the Identity Security Imperative to Your Board

    How to Communicate the Identity Security Imperative to Your Board

    Despite numerous business-level issues jockeying for space on the board agenda, there isn’t an executive team on the planet that isn’t talking about cybersecurity today. The SolarWinds breach,...

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  • RSA 2021: How CISOs Can Build Cyber Resilience for the Road Ahead

    RSA 2021: How CISOs Can Build Cyber Resilience for the Road Ahead

    From captivating keynotes to impromptu coffee line chats to networking party hopping, there’s nothing like being together with thousands of industry peers for the RSA Conference. But while we...

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  • Hack(er)-of-All-Trades: Q&A with CyberArk Technical Evangelist Andy Thompson

    Hack(er)-of-All-Trades: Q&A with CyberArk Technical Evangelist Andy Thompson

    We can’t help it. We hear the word “hacker” and our minds instantly go to shadowy figures in dark rooms frantically causing as much malicious digital mayhem as they can. It’s a misconception that...

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  • Breaking Down the Business Benefits and Cost Savings of CyberArk Privileged Access Management as a Service

    Breaking Down the Business Benefits and Cost Savings of CyberArk Privileged Access Management as a Service

    By now, most organizations understand the importance of Privileged Access Management (PAM) in reducing risk and protecting critical assets from inevitable cyber attacks. But what may be less...

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  • Attacking Kubernetes Clusters Through Your Network Plumbing: Part 2

    Attacking Kubernetes Clusters Through Your Network Plumbing: Part 2

    In Part 1 of this blog post, we discussed attack vectors that utilize the different features of the devices that network plugins use, such as bridge devices and tunneling devices (VXLAN in...

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  • Virtual Cloak: Virtualization as Malware

    Virtual Cloak: Virtualization as Malware

    Virtualization is a double-edged sword The glorious rise of the cloud in recent years could be attributed to the gradual advancement of many different technologies, both hardware and software...

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  • Opportunistic vs. Targeted Ransomware Attacks

    Opportunistic vs. Targeted Ransomware Attacks

    The critical infrastructure systems we rely on to deliver water, electricity, fuel and other essential services are under siege. Increasingly, ransomware is becoming cyber criminals’ attack method...

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  • Video: What Nightclub Security Reveals About Privileged Access Management

    Video: What Nightclub Security Reveals About Privileged Access Management

    Let’s face it – we’re collectively ready for a night on the town. And while nightclubs may not be everyone’s bag, we predict they’re going to be bustling soon, with both regulars eager to again...

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  • Put Your Best Foot Forward: Secure MFA Starts with the First Step

    Put Your Best Foot Forward: Secure MFA Starts with the First Step

    When attempting to implement a Zero Trust security model, that first step is the most important… but maybe not for the reasons you think. We don’t mean this in a symbolic sense – it’s not...

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  • Can You Stop a Cyborg Attack? Get Inside a Biohacker’s Mind at RSA 2021

    Can You Stop a Cyborg Attack? Get Inside a Biohacker’s Mind at RSA 2021

    With a consuming curiosity, obsession with lock picking – both physical and abstract – and sharp technical mind, Len Noe has been breaking and building things nearly all of his life. Hacking, as...

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  • Breaking Down the Codecov Attack: Finding a Malicious Needle in a Code Haystack

    Breaking Down the Codecov Attack: Finding a Malicious Needle in a Code Haystack

    Earlier this month, San Francisco-based technology company Codecov discovered that attackers had compromised its software platform — used by more than 29,000 customers worldwide to test software...

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  • Codecov Breach Learning: Engage Developers to Protect the DevOps Pipeline

    Codecov Breach Learning: Engage Developers to Protect the DevOps Pipeline

    Regardless of what industry you’re in, software is a driving force behind digital innovation. But what happens when the software your organization builds and uses to innovate isn’t secure? It’s a...

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  • Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The IT Help Desk Manager’s Password Dilemma

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The IT Help Desk Manager’s Password Dilemma

    Long-time Saturday Night Live fans will likely remember Nick Burns – a.k.a. “your company’s computer guy” – a popular recurring character played by Jimmy Fallon in the early 2000s. Sporting a...

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  • Cloud Identity and Access Management Alphabet Soup: A Definitive Guide

    Cloud Identity and Access Management Alphabet Soup: A Definitive Guide

    Successful digital transformation depends on the security of your cloud environment. Modern organizations recognize the importance of securing identities in the zero-perimeter, Zero Trust world of...

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