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Cindy Ng

The Difference Between SIEM and UBA

The latest 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report indicates that insider threats continue to be a top security concern. As employees go rogue, one effective insider threat prevention technology that...

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Why Law Firms Should Care About Data Security

An alarming 70% of large firm attorneys do not know if their firm has been breached, according to a recent American Bar Association (ABA) survey conducted by the ABA’s Legal...

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How Varonis Helps with PCI DSS 3.1

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) 3.1 is a set of regulations that govern how organizations manage credit card and other cardholder data. Many security professionals advocate that...

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The Difference Between Organizational Units and Active Directory Groups

Active Directory loves hierarchy. Domains, Organizational Units (OUs), groups, users, and so forth. Sometimes it can be confusing—how do I best structure my AD? We’ve written a bit about domains...

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How to Create a Good Security Policy

CIOs have taken note of the nightmarish scenarios data breaches can bring – remember Sony and Target? To combat this ticking time bomb, they’ve beefed up their security budgets. The Computer...

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Public Versus Private Cloud File Sharing: Pros and Cons

In 1994, TV journalists Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric famously didn’t know the difference between a web and an email address. Twenty-one years later, many of us have the same...

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How Varonis Helps with NIST

In 2013 the President directed the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop a framework for reducing cyber risks to critical infrastructure.  And on February 12, 2014, NIST...

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Someone Deleted My File. How Can I Find Out Who?

If you’ve ever been tasked with recovering a lost file or folder and had to explain exactly what happened (Who moved or deleted it? When did it happen? Why?), you...

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Going Back To SQL Server 2008 In Order To Move Ahead

Last year, Microsoft ended its support for SQL 2008/R2. Customers with an enterprise agreement are still supported, but it’s a good idea to start planning your upgrade. Upgrading your production...

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The Journey to File Permission Perfection  

More devices than ever. More platforms to choose from. An expanding universe of data choices that can be both exciting and confusing at the same time. Tablets, phablets, laptops, iOS,...

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