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Today, the team and I are thrilled to build upon our February new UI release with new features to increase customer productivity and provide a seamless web experience when it comes to securing access to their cloud apps on the web.
The dust is settling on what has been an explosive week in digital security. Just 96 hours ago, Codenomican and researchers at Google announced they had uncovered a major security threat affecting more than 66% of the web. Making the Heartbleed Bug, one of the largest security threats the World Wide Web has ever seen.
So what does this means for your business and what are the actions you can take to secure it?
You’ve most likely heard by now the buzz surrounding Monday’s announcement by security firm Codenomican and Google researcher Neal Mehta – the Heartbleed Bug has been unearthed. CloudEntr customers can rest assured their accounts and credentials are safe.
And here's why.
It is important to instill advanced password management skills and abilities into staff members. In the event of physical device loss, this can keep the whole organization from having to go into extreme crisis mode.
There are strategies that users can leverage to make the most of their public cloud service while ensuring that stored content remains safe.
Sophisticated cyber incursions make the news a lot these days. In the months since the major Target breach occurred, attacks have only gained steam as cybercriminals learn how to better navigate the internal infrastructures of the enterprises they're invading. The popular department store Michaels is the most recent victim of such an attack.