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It’s been almost 3 years since the world changed and everyone learned what a pandemic is. Students were told to stay home, and school district IT teams were trying to figure out how to get everyone together so that learning continued. With kids at home, working parents now had to be home. While some organizations […]

We can all be thankful for so much of what’s going on this Thanksgiving. Very important things like good health, family and friends, and so much more. We can also be thankful for some of the stuff that we need to use every day to do our jobs and just get by in this tech-connected […]

What’s vendor lock-in? Vendor lock-in refers to your inability to easily switch from one vendor’s service or products to another’s. A quick reality check I’ve spent 25+ years as a practitioner and during that time I was responsible for delivering services to over 150,000 users across several companies and industries. Around a year ago I […]

Banyan Security is ecstatic to introduce phase 2 of our Granular Trust Scoring (GTS) feature set. Phase 2 includes the ability to create a Trust Profile. Trust Profiles allow an admin to assign trust factors to different groups of devices, with available assignment criteria of; user groups, serial numbers, operating systems, MDM management, and device […]

Zero Trust incorporates many security principles, and assessing device trust by using device identity and posture is one of them. So how is this done and what are some of the frameworks to keep in mind? While the concepts of device identity and device posture assessments have been around for many years, it really started […]

In this multi-part series, we’ll look at what organizations can do to better improve corporate security as part of October’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month. In this blog, our focus is on multi-factor authentication (MFA). Believe it or not, computers in the old days didn’t even require passwords to get in. The threat wasn’t obvious since computers […]