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When a Security Breach Happens at Home

These days a security breach is all too common and happens fairly often, for the most part. For the most part, these breaches tend to happen in the workplace or are directed at certain high-end servers or security systems.

However, a lot of these systems that have been breached are also located in people’s homes. Unfortunately, despite a large number of breaches that occur today, many people have managed to convince themselves that it will never happen to them which can result in it being rather shocking when they do inevitably experience a security breach in their own life.

With that in mind, here are a few things that can CyberArk currently uses to help customers deal with these security problems.

Loosely Connected Devices

Employing a method of organizing files and computer systems that has the various parts of the network and file systems organized in such a way that it keeps the pieces only as connected as it needs to be rather than having every little piece of the system connected to every other piece will be extremely helpful. It will make it much more difficult for any potential hacker to access the data that they are after if you don’t have every single piece of data connected to each other.

Credential Theft

Regardless of what you do to try and prevent it, data thieves will find their way into your system eventually and you need to be prepared for when this happens.

The new Endpoint Privilege Manager can help with this by blocking the theft of vital data containing credentials and prevent hackers from gaining free movement across your network.

If a new spree of cyber security attacks have you questioning your ability to defend your data from hackers then contact us today to get the answers you need on how to deal with this problem.

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