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Posted by Tom Bain on February 20, 2019

As always, RSAC sneaks up and the rush is on! Get ready to look at the 700+ endpoint security vendors on the expo floor, engage with over 50K people descending on Moscone Center, and prepare yourself for the onslaught of the following:

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Posted by Tom Bain on February 13, 2019

You may have noticed something different about the Morphisec website. If so, thank you. That means you are helping Morphisec continue to climb in the Google ranks :).

But seriously, we have redesigned the new site, not just to look better (although we hope you find it as appealing as we do), or to reflect our brand better

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Posted by Tom Bain on January 17, 2019

Make 2019 the year you focus on the ROI of your cyber security initiatives.

By now you’ve heard all the 2019 predictions from cybersecurity vendors and practitioners. As every year, many are insightful and thought-provoking, some meant to invoke self-serving fear and doubt about the next big threat, others just repeats from the year prior.

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Posted by Tom Bain on November 23, 2018

Data Shows Careless Employee Behavior Make the Holidays the Most Challenging Time of Year for Enterprise Security Teams

The holiday season is fraught with consumer fraud. Holiday shoppers - both in-store and online - open themselves up to substantially higher risk without even knowing it.

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Posted by Tom Bain on November 1, 2018

Morphisec’s U.S. Citizen Threat Index Study Looks at Perceived Threats in the Run-Up to the 2018 Midterms

With the US midterm elections just days away, the team at Morphisec wanted to look at how American citizens feel about state-sponsored attacks and other cyber threats that could pose a threat to US election security, and ultimately, American democracy.

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Posted by Tom Bain on October 4, 2018

Its been a big week for Morphisec.

Yesterday Morphisec announced it has been awarded a contract by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the build-out and enhancement of cyber protection capabilities for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) systems. This is the first U.S. Federal initiative the company has pursued, and it’s a validation of how innovative and powerful its approach is with Moving Target Defense.

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Posted by Tom Bain on September 7, 2018

The cybersecurity attack landscape moves fast, really fast. Last year, not a week passed that didn’t bring about news on a new ransomware incident. Of course ransomware’s very nature lends itself to newsworthy headlines based on how incredibly damaging to businesses this class of attacks can be.

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Posted by Tom Bain on June 14, 2018

We all wish we were smarter. And I believe that the vast majority of people, in some way, strive to GET smarter.

As someone who has been involved in the cybersecurity industry for years, and watched it evolve, I see countless companies in this market using the aspect of intelligence to position themselves as being smarter than others. But if you have to proclaim your intelligence, are you actually smart? Or even smarter than me? Or than the next company?

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Posted by Tom Bain on June 11, 2018

After less than two years in the market, Morphisec has deployed its Endpoint Threat Prevention platform to over one million endpoints worldwide, making it the fastest subscription-based B2B cybersecurity company to reach this milestone.

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Posted by Tom Bain on March 20, 2018

Register for our webinar Dynamic Endpoint Protection for Virtual Environments on March 21, 2018.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) offers many advantages but it is not attack proof and highly advanced cyberattacks present an ever growing threat. IT and Security teams need to rethink the fabric, the costs and the risks inherent within virtual environments. Endpoint protection for VDIs has always been problematic as they are extremely sensitive to the performance impact of security products. The wrong security tools will consume resources, slow system boot up and impede productivity.

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