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3 Burning Questions About Mobile Security, Answered

You’re not alone if you feel pressure to improve the security strategies surrounding your organization’s mobile traffic. More and more frequently, our team at NuData is called upon to support clients in improving the security and user experience (UX) behind their mobile services, most often to complement existing desktop practices. Based on these interactions, we’ve curated a list of common questions that seem to be on decision-makers' minds — and potentially yours as well.  Consider these three questions and reach

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Device Intelligence Boils Down to A Cup of Coffee

Many-cups-coffee-wood-table-photoFor many of us, the day starts with a cup of coffee — but what actually ends up in our mug each morning varies. Maybe you prefer your latte with almond milk and vanilla syrup. Or perhaps you lean toward an iced coffee instead of a steaming hot cup of joe. Individual preferences matter when it comes to your morning pick-me-up — it’s what makes every cup of coffee unique. And that uniqueness follows you when you enjoy a coffee

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Risk management got a little messy in 2021; here’s what you can do in 2022

Cat Paper MessCOVID restrictions may have eased last year, but there was no letting up when it came to cyberattacks. By September 2021, the tally of data breaches had already shot past 2020’s numbers, and the year wasn't over yet. If these trends continue into 2022, the new year will bring even more risk. It’s a lot to take in, but don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. From sleeper accounts to phishing evolutions, we’ve summarized the major trends from 2021. Read

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Why fraudsters pretend to have better credentials than they actually do

Woman playing cards with poker chipsThe average login credential attack now has a nearly one in 10 chance of succeeding — a fivefold increase from just one year ago. But how do fraudsters do it and why does it matter? Our latest case study has all the details. The jump in successful login credential attacks poses a growing threat to organizations’ ability to guard their users’ accounts. But it also raises the question: Are bad actors actually using better credentials at login or are they

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Don’t get buyer’s remorse from your cybersecurity investments

Blindfolded business manThe regret you feel after buying an overpriced sweater is probably less intense than when you overpay for a car. And both of these feelings are negligible compared to the regret you feel when you invest in the wrong cybersecurity strategy for your company. Cyberattacks increased dramatically in 2021, leading many IT decision-makers and business leaders to invest more in their cyberdefenses. This year alone, worldwide security and risk management spending is expected to top $150 billion — a record

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