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Nate is a Web Marketing Manager at Stealthbits and has worked in the IT Security industry for over 7 years.

What is a Data Breach and How to Prevent One

Data breach. There are fewer times that two simple words invoke so many fearful thoughts in the mind of a C-level executive. How did it happen? What was taken? What are we going to do? Who was responsible? There are many routes an organization may explore in terms of breach mitigation, but let us start […]

What is the Principle of Least Privilege (POLP)? – Definition and Best Practices

As part of a sound security structure, one of the most basic things a company can do is implement a principle of least privilege model within their organization. This blog will explain what this means and how this security model can up your security stature. Principle of Least Privilege Definition (POLP) The principle of least […]

What are Browser Cookies and How do They Work?

If you have ever surfed the web, you have almost certainly encountered browser cookies among your digital travels. Although for some they may be a nuisance, for the majority browser cookies are an essential part of the internet experience, often interacting with you without your knowledge. In this blog, I will take you through a […]

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2020

It’s that time of the year again! As we roll into 2020 we’re proud to present our 4th edition of “STEALTHbits’ Experts Cybersecurity Predictions.” We asked eight of our top industry voices here at STEALTHbits their thoughts on what’s to come in the world of cybersecurity in the next 365 days! Read on and come […]

Are Weak Passwords Putting You At Risk?

Credentials and data: two common denominators that are present in almost every breach scenario. Unfortunately for all of us, attackers are well aware that you can’t have one without the other. Getting to the mother lode is simple, really. Step 1: Crack the password. Step 2: Obtain credentials. And that’s why an organization’s password requirements […]

EU GDPR: Paving the Way for New Privacy Laws?

The May 25th EU GDPR deadline might have been less than 2 months ago, but it’s clear that the ripples from the groundbreaking act have already begun to make their way “across the pond” into the United States. This was evident just last month when The Golden State unveiled their “California Consumer Privacy Act” which sets […]

Amazon Echoes, Fitbits, and Fuzzy Handcuffs – Another Reflection on the Internet of Things

I’m Going to Start This Blog out With a Story The other weekend my roommate and I had some company over to our apartment. It was like any other Friday night – friends chatting, music playing, and a few adult beverages being passed around. However, as we were leaving to go out to the bars, […]

5 Cybersecurity Trends for 2017

It’s December, the holidays are upon us, and it’s that time of the year for the proverbial “2017 predictions” blog. Not to be left out of all the fun, we went around to a few of our resident industry experts here at Stealthbits to get their opinions of what trends will emerge in the New […]

5 Steps for Cleaning up Active Directory

For many organizations, Active Directory (AD) is the main hub for all authentications and authorizations to an organization’s IT infrastructure. The problem is, it’s become difficult to manage due to many reasons. For example, a migrated directory is inherited from another technology managed by a large number of people with no defined process for day-to-day […]

Has My Information Been Compromised? Probably!

It’s your worst fears come true. You try to log onto your LinkedIn account. Maybe it’s Tumblr or even your Dropbox profile. Perhaps you’ve been thawed out after being cryogenically frozen for the last 10 years and attempt to access a new, Tom-less Myspace. But all of them return an error. Your password has been […]



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