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<![CDATA[Enterprise Cybersecurity]]> What is Enterprise Cybersecurity?

Enterprise cybersecurity is a more complex solution that takes the age-old premise of cybersecurity and extends it to all levels of modern-day business computing. Whereas the old methods of cybersecurity were conceived to protect data on the local front, enterprise cybersecurity strategies are designed to safeguard data as it travels between distant wireless devices and onto cloud servers.
This means that enterprise cybersecurity involves protecting your company’s on-premise and cloud-based infrastructure as well as vetting third-party providers and securing the expanding number of endpoints connected to your network via the Internet of Things (IoT).

Enterprise Security Checklist: What 5 Things Should Be Completed Now?

Define Your Boundary

To ensure the cybersecurity of your organization, you must have a set of boundaries in place at both the local and virtual levels. In your computing infrastructure, a boundary serves as the protective shield around an information asset, such as the vulnerable data that you would store on a local hard drive or cloud server.

Define Your Software Environment

The second component of enterprise information security that goes hand-in-hand with the definition of boundaries is the definition of your company’s software environment. Basically, you must define the purpose and policies regarding each type of software used within your company’s computer system. If a software program is out of date or serves no purpose within your company’s computing framework, it should be removed from the system

Harden Your Network Assets

After you define the boundaries and software environment of your computing network, the next step is to harden the assets within the network. This means that any hardware device or software program that physically or remotely connects to your system should be sealed off from possible interference, data leaks or unauthorized access.

Assess Vulnerability and Implement a Remediation Plan

Even in the most hardened and up-to-date networks, endpoint security can sometimes be compromised by vulnerabilities within a software program. This is largely due to the tenacity of cyber thieves, who are constantly looking for ways to find holes in the latest program updates and security patches. It is, therefore, crucial to beat these cyber thieves at their game and always stay several steps ahead.

Review Administrative Access Privileges Across the Enterprise

The fifth step to implement as part of your enterprise cybersecurity strategy is to seal off administrative access to all but the most vital functions of authorized personnel. In a company’s computing system, administrative access is the entrance point most sought after by hackers and cyber thieves. Therefore, it is crucial to review the current administrative access privileges among your staff and determine which individuals actually should have this type of access.
The source of the article: consoltech
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<![CDATA[Wordpress Staging Site]]> Wed, 25 Nov 2020 20:16:24 GMT <![CDATA[Wordpress Staging Site]]> I need to create a staged version of my Wordpress website so that a developer can make changes for me. I direct-installed WP years ago, so when I follow the instructions provided by my host to create a staged site via Softaculous, the current install is not seen by Softaculous. It simply says "You do not have any installations" in the Scrips installations section.

Is there a remedy to this so that I can use Staging for my wordpress site?

Wed, 25 Nov 2020 19:32:02 GMT
<![CDATA[Ammps won't start in macos Big Sur]]> Wed, 25 Nov 2020 12:31:19 GMT <![CDATA[Webuzo 2.8.7 Launched]]> ]]> Wed, 25 Nov 2020 08:46:41 GMT <![CDATA[Webuzo 2.8.7 Launched]]>
I worked hard to migrate to Centos 8 for having my server updated with the latest OpenSSL and since a year (when start the end of life of the OpenSSL version used by Webuzo) I'm asking and waiting an update.

I know you are facing some issues but I'm sure if your team focusing priority in upgrade this will be done. I have no idea how many time you can keep Webuzo with an old and no more supported OpenSSL version.

I see many modern website using now TLS 1.3 but with Webuzo I can't... seems like to be on an old system. I really hope and still remind you to upgrade.

Also RainLoop you are using in Webuzo is old, why do not keep software update? This is security issues situation if you don't keep software updated.
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