Deprovisioning

Deprovisioning What is Deprovisioning? Deprovisioning refers to the process of revoking access to resources and systems for a user who no longer needs them or is no longer authorized to use them. This is a critical aspect of computer security in the enterprise, as it helps to ensure that only authorized users have access to […]

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DevSecOps

Learn about DevSecOps, how it’s applied in business, and the difference between DevSecOps and DevOps.

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Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA)

Learn about the Federal Information Security Modernization Act (FISMA), requirements for compliance, consequences of non-compliance, and common FAQ.

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Level of Assurance (LOA)

Level of Assurance (LOA) What is the Level of Assurance (LOA)? Level of assurance (LOA) is a term used in the field of computer security to describe the degree of confidence in the identity of an individual or entity. This concept is particularly relevant in the context of online transactions, where it is important to […]

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Machine Learning (ML)

Machine Learning (ML) What is Machine Learning? Machine learning (ML) is a field devoted to understanding and creating methods and algorithms that leverage data to “learn” and streamline computing tasks. As a sub-field of Artificial Intelligence, machine learning algorithms use “training data” to build predictive models to make decisions without the need for programming. These […]

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Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI/DSS)

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI/DSS) What is the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI/DSS)? The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI/DSS) is a set of security standards designed to ensure that businesses that handle credit card transactions maintain a secure environment. The standard is maintained and managed by the Payment Card […]

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Protected Health Information (PHI)

Protected Health Information (PHI) What is the Protected Health Information (PHI)? Protected health information (PHI) is any individually identifiable health information that is created, received, used, or disclosed by a healthcare provider, health plan, public health authority, employer, life insurer, school or university, or healthcare clearinghouse. This information can include a wide range of data, […]

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Zero Standing Privilege (ZSP)

Learn about Zero Standing Privileges (ZSP), the Zero Trust Security Model, Just-in-Time Access, the benefits of Zero Standing Privileges, and common FAQ.

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Zero Trust Security

Explore Zero Trust Security and Zero Trust Identity, it’s implementation, architecture, and benefits of this groundbreaking security model.

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Zero-Day Attack

Learn about Zero-Day Attacks, the exploits that lead to them, how they work, and how to reduce your risk of a security breach.

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