Vetting Vendors: Xcitiums ‘Insane, Outlandish Claims’ About Security [YouTube Release]

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00:00 :arrow_forward: Xcitium & Overstated Security Claims

01:00 :arrow_forward: The 100% Secure Claim

02:56 :arrow_forward: Comodo History Of Bad Behaviors

06:32 :arrow_forward: Vetting The Vendors

Nothing can stop malware from infecting organizations’ computers.

Four words:

Mandatory. Security. Awareness. Training.

Repeat it after me:

Mandatory. Security. Awareness. Training.

Need I say more?

If we want zero trust, zero threats, and 0 breach, then turn off your computer, disconnect Ethernet cable from the computer, disconnect the power cord from your computer, remove the battery if you have a laptop that has a removable battery, and you are done. If you must have your computer on at all times, put your computer in a faraday cage and you are all set.

Until then:

Mandatory. Security. Awareness. Training.

I can say those words 10 times and I would never get tired of it. I would recommend a monthly mandatory security awareness training for every single employee who isn’t part of the IT department. But then even the people who work in IT can fall victim to phishing and malware as well… In that cae, all we can do is educate ourselves and follow common sense regarding protecting organization’s security and data.

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Training i9s not enough if policy with consequences is not in place.

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Hah… Didn’t think about policies when it comes to security incidents.