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Steps to Consider to Boost Endpoint Security

Arraya Insights| April 12, 2022

We’re living through an interesting time for the world of work. Digital security is now more important than ever, yet we’re working miles apart from one another and transmitting data all over the place. Employees are logging onto their company network through their personal WIFI, the same WIFI their teenager may be using to download […]

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Hackers Are Ready to Go This Holiday Season: Here’s What You Can Do

Arraya Insights| December 7, 2021

As always, the holidays have crept up and are now in full swing. Folks are busy working to close out the end of the year, finish their holiday shopping, and, hopefully, host safe gatherings with friends and family. While this time of year brings so much to look forward to, the rush of the season can lead many to let their guard down.   With several industries still feeling the […]

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Rightsizing Your VPN Without Sacrificing Remote Worker Security

Arraya Insights| August 24, 2020

Remember back in March, when workplace doors were closed and employees were sent home for a brief shutdown? Some five months later, it’s safe to say the shutdown has been anything but brief. While some organizations have made the move to reopen on a provisional basis, many others have kept their buildings shuttered. There are […]

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Cisco ISE Use Cases: Retaking Control of Your Network 

Arraya Insights| December 28, 2018

This is the fourth post in an ongoing, deep dive series into the subject of segmentation. Each post will be written by a member of Arraya’s technical or tactical teams, focusing on a specific piece of this extremely broad, highly transformational, topic.  In this week’s post on segmentation, we will cover Cisco’s Identity Services Engine […]

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Poodle Vulnerability Leads to More Digital Worries

Arraya Insights| October 23, 2014

It may not have an ominous-sounding name like Heartbleed or Shellshock, but the just-discovered Poodle vulnerability is still something that could cause problems for IT teams and end users alike. The vulnerability, which was discovered by Google researchers Bodo Möller, Thai Duong and Krzysztof Kotowicz, affects SSL 3.0 encryption software. Poodle (short for “Padding Oracle On […]

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