(Onalaska, WI) October 1, 2023 - Ironcore, Inc. today announced its commitment to cybersecurity education by participating in the 20th Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Founded in 2004, Cybersecurity Awareness Month, held each October, is the world’s foremost initiative aimed at promoting cybersecurity awareness and best practices. Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a collaborative effort among businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities, associations, nonprofit organizations, tribal communities, and individuals committed to educating others on online safety.
You may have heard the phrase, “Zero Trust Cyber Security” recently. However, most people outside of cyber security professionals, don’t really understand what this means. Ironcore would like to help change that.
When it comes to the security of your data, the importance of keeping your passwords safe is critical. Over 80% of hacking-related breaches are due to compromised passwords. Unfortunately, poor password habits are widespread. On average, a single password is used to access five different accounts; overall, 71% of accounts utilize duplicate passwords.
Recently, Ironcore was notified about undisclosed Microsoft Exchange on-premises servers being exploited by zero-day vulnerabilities.
Our data is collected daily. With security breaches as a common threat, it is important to take precautions in order to keep our data safe, but what about our children’s data? We commonly think of data collection as something that only happens on screened devices while interacting with websites. Your child might not have perused Black Friday sales online, but is there something else that may be collecting their data?
Upcoming Web Browser Changes May Put Your Company At Risk
Constant changes to the internet mean standards must be updated or created as needed. The primary organization responsible for forging internet standards is the Internet Engineering Task Force, IETF. Recently, IETF approved two new methods for encrypting DNS traffic to improve the privacy and security of DNS lookups. These are DNS over HTTPS or DoH and DNS over TLS or DoT.