DeCrypted Blog

Who holds the keys to your network?

By Clavister  /  2022-03-08
The doors to today's IT systems and networks are protected with advanced locks, such as firewalls and other cybersecurity solutions....
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Clavister’s NetWall 100V achieves ICSA Labs Network IPS Certification

By Clavister  /  2022-02-25
Following the latest ICSA Labs Network Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) security certification test cycle, we are pleased to announce that...
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Cyber battle is the new ‘ruse de guerre’ – are your military vehicles ready?

By Clavister  /  2022-02-04
Stefan Brodin, Head of Defence, and Neena Sharma, Product Marketing, explain why traditional armor is no longer enough and why...
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Data Privacy Day – Awareness is only the beginning

By Clavister  /  2022-01-27
Privacy is becoming an ever-present word in our vocabularies as we consider the magnitude of data that is now stored...
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2022: An evolving cybersecurity landscape

By Clavister  /  2021-12-17
As we move to the conclusion of 2021, CEO John Vestberg takes a look at the cybersecurity trends he sees...
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Another day, another data leak: Fortinet and the security lessons learned

By Clavister  /  2021-11-24
In September this year, network security solutions provider Fortinet, suffered a data leak which exposed VPN login names and passwords....
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The top three priorities companies should consider when planning a cybersecurity strategy

By Clavister  /  2021-10-20
If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that no corners can be cut when it comes to cybersecurity...
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John Vestberg’s thoughts provide a beacon of clarity through JBS ransomware attack

By Clavister  /  2021-08-05
In June 2021, JBS, the world’s largest meat production firm, was subject to a huge ransomware attack which impacted customers...
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The Devil’s in the Details

The 5G Huawei ban is not enough. To protect our networks and critical infrastructure from harm, far more needs to...
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The Art of Cyberwar

2 500 years ago, the general and military strategist Sun Tzu wrote the book The Art of War. It is a classic...
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World Password Day Signals Perfect Time to Reveal Clavister EasyAccess 3.2

Each year on the first Thursday in May, World Password Day promotes better password habits. Passwords are critical gatekeepers of our...
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How to Remote Work Like a Boss

By Andreas Byström  /  2020-04-15
With remote working becoming our new normal, there are a few things you need to do to be safe and...
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How Tech Will Beat COVID-19

With medical research desperately searching for a cure to the Corona crisis, what may be our best hope in the...
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How protected are you?

From the biggest banks to your company’s network, having an overview of security helps you see the obvious points of...
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Scorecarding in the Age of Threat

There’s no lack of cybersecurity scorecards, but before choosing one, consider the following. Cybersecurity scorecarding has been an aspect of the security...
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First You Secure, Then You Score!

You know the feeling—you put on your seatbelt and just pull it one quick time to make sure it locks....
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Looking Into The Future: Trends in Identity & Access Management

Identity & Access Management is a very hot segment of the market right now. Specifically access management—as everyone has truly...
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Authentication Is What You Do As Much As Who You Are

We're all entirely familiar with the idea of a password. We should, we have between 6-10 that we not only...
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The New Threat Is You

By John Vestberg, CEO  /  2020-01-14
How cybersecurity has Evolved: a View from the Trenches. Sometimes I hear the words ’20 years in the business’ and...
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Seeing the Wolf in the Herd: Analytics In the Age of Ransomware

In 2019, one of the most severe ransomware attacks ever reported happened to a Scandanavian aluminium supplier, costing almost €75...
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