Security Myth Busters
In this series, Cerium’s Scott Nelson and Kevin Heide break down some of the most common cybersecurity myths and misconceptions.
Cybersecurity Myth – DEBUNKED: Cisco security solutions are too complex and too expensive for a company my size.
In the past, Cisco offered security solutions primarily for enterprise organizations, which made their offerings too expensive and complex for smaller companies. In recent years,
In the past, having multiple security vendors gave organizations more “depth of defense,” but with the number of vendors and solutions on the market today,
Cybersecurity Myth – DEBUNKED: Working directly with the manufacturer is the best way to get their security knowledge
Security manufacturers know their product intimately. We often work directly with them when talking to our clients. However, they don’t necessarily think about the realities
Cybersecurity Myth – DEBUNKED: Our remote workforce is secure because we’ve deployed endpoint security, and we require a VPN
Endpoint security and using a VPN are great steps, but on their own, they aren’t enough to keep your organization secure.
While cybersecurity insurance may help your organization recover financially in the case of a breach, it won’t necessarily help you repair the damage done. Additionally,
Many of us inherently trust our cloud service providers to protect our data. And many do their best to provide a very secure, robust environment.
Cybersecurity Myth – DEBUNKED: Outsourcing our threat detection and response is the only way we feel we can monitor our environment
If you have a lean staff, outsourcing your threat detection and response can be very helpful. However, threat detection firms may lack the same level
Smaller companies can now approach zero trust implementations in a realistic and cost effective way. In this episode we debunk the myth: Zero trust architecture
We have to accept that simply trying to keep the bad guys out is no longer good enough. In this episode we debunk the myth:
Enterprise agreements can provide a lot of access and flexibility, however there is a lot to consider before you should rely solely on your EA
In this episode, Scott and Kevin explain that while training employees can help prevent cyber attacks, organizations will still need a combination of robust technical
While some organizations may think of compliance as the desired end-state, it’s really the bare minimum for security maturity. In this episode we debunk the
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