What are Enclaves and Why Are They Important for Handling CUI?

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One of our country’s more important assets is its information. The U.S. IT infrastructure carries private information covering things like financial information, private information, defense and military information or information that is critical to the operation of government agencies. Some information is classified, and some, while not deemed sensitive enough to classify, are protected as Controlled Unclassified Information, or CUI.

CUI is protected under government regulation, which means that if your business wants to work with federal or defense agencies, it must meet regulations to participate. 

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The Evolving Cybersecurity Threats During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Cybersecurity Threats Evolution During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently released a new report looking at the evolution of Cybersecurity threats during 2020, specifically during the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has impacted businesses and individuals across every industry and geographic region. One of the significant areas affected is day-to-day work life. Remote work became the new normal for millions across the nation. Even as restrictions were cut back in recent months, remote work remained an option for many jobs. With the rise of remote work, cybersecurity threats have also evolved

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Preventing Insider Threats

Preventing Insider Threats

No organization wants to think they have a problem with insider threats. However, Intel’s study found that 43% of data losses result from “internal threats” – and about half of these incidents were due to the intentional acts of malicious insiders, not accidents or carelessness. Plus, the average cost of an insider attack within an enterprise is now as much as $2 million, according to a new report from Bitglass.

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