We are proud to announce that Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading information security research and advisory guide, has named Ntrepid a winner in the 14th Annual 2018 Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards® in two categories. Nfusion 2, our secure virtual desktop, was named the Gold Winner of Deception Based Security, and the Silver Winner for Security Products and Solutions for Government.

Nfusion Awarded Gold and Silver in 2018 ISPG Global Excellence Awards

We are proud to announce that Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading information security research and advisory guide, has named Ntrepid a winner in the 14th Annual 2018 Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards® in two categories. Nfusion 2, our secure virtual desktop, was named the Gold Winner of Deception Based Security, and the Silver Winner for Security Products and Solutions for Government.

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Data is a Toxic Asset

Don’t keep data that you don’t need on your network. It seems simple, yet it is not put into practice by many organizations worldwide. By regularly purging unnecessary information you can greatly reduce the relative degree of the toxicity within your network. If you don’t need immediate access to your confidential information, limit your risk of exposure by following the suggestions in this blog.
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Did You Know: Browsing the Internet is a Risk to the M&A Process?

While mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are generally known for bringing economic growth and opportunity, people are beginning to realize that the process also brings serious cybersecurity risks. For example, along with the acquired company’s valuable assets, buyers also inherit all previous and current vulnerabilities and breach history. But there are also risks that exist for buyers before they sign on the dotted line or take action to merge technologies, processes and resources – during the M&A process, an organization is vulnerable from the moment they set out to do online research.

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Online Privacy vs. Anonymity: How Will GDPR Affect Online Tracking?

In May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect, applying to the vast majority of organizations across the world and signaling one of the most significant changes in data protection regulation to date. The GDPR, focused on notice, consent, control, and security, will mean that websites are obligated to A) let users know what information is being collected, B) protect the user data they collect, and C) delete a user’s information at their request. We are likely to see a heightened awareness that organizations are collecting all kinds of personal data online as a result of GDPR, similar to what is now occurring under existing EU privacy rules.

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