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Traceable Ids in Web3-based Metaverse

Traceable IDs To Revolutionize Cybersecurity In Web3-based Metaverse?

Lalit Ahluwalia is committed to redefining the future of Cybersecurity by helping large, medium, and small scale businesses build digital trust. Here, Lalit takes a critical assessment of traceable IDs and their potential significance on cybersecurity in the web-based metaverse landscape. The future is here, and it’s digital. The concept of the Metaverse, a virtual …

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Six Outcome-based Strategies to Build Digital Trust

Lalit Ahluwalia is committed to redefining the future of cybersecurity by helping large and small-scale businesses prioritize digital trust. Here, Lalit highlights six outcome-based strategies to build digital trust, plus, how DigitalXForce helps you achieve just that. Trust is a precious commodity. Whether you’re buying online as an individual or managing a business, building and …

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Enabling data protection with digital trust

Enabling Data Protection From a Compliance to “Digital Trust” Perspective

Lalit Ahluwalia is committed to redefining the future of Cybersecurity by adding a “T-Trust” tenet to the conventional C-I-A triad. In this expository piece, Lalit highlights the need for a shift in focus on the enforcement of data privacy laws from a compliance to “Digital Trust” perspective. Lalit strongly believes that this revolutionary shift will …

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Attack surface management: confined to the surface or beyond?

The Big Question: Is Attack Surface Management Limited To The Surface?

Lalit Ahluwalia is committed to redefining the future of Cybersecurity by adding a “T-Trust” tenet to the conventional CIA Triad. Here, Lalit addresses the question of whether attack surface management is only confined to the surface, and introduces “DigitalXForce” as a cybersecurity solution that goes beyond the surface to secure digital assets of organizations. Attack …

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Zero trust vs Digital trust

Digital Trust vs Zero Trust: Redefining Cybersecurity for the Future

Lalit Ahluwalia is committed to redefine the future of Cybersecurity by adding a “T-Trust” tenet to the conventional CIA Triad. Here, Lalit compares zero trust and digital trust security frameworks, highlights the key roles each framework plays in cybersecurity, and explores the potential benefits of implementing a security framework that considers zero trust as a …

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Shiny object syndrome - SOS

Shiny Object Syndrome: Addressing the Impact of SOS in Cybersecurity | DigitalXForce

Lalit Ahluwalia is committed to redefine the future of Cybersecurity with a “T-Trust” tenet. Here, Lalit takes a critical look at the often ignored subject of Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS) in Cybersecurity. In a world where cybersecurity is more important than ever, businesses must be aware of the risks posed by Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS). …

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Point-Based Cybersecurity Solutions are Doing More Damage by Creating “Blind Spots”

Cybersecurity is a complex and ever-evolving field. As new threats emerge, businesses and organizations need to be able to adapt their security measures accordingly. In the past, many organizations have relied on point-based cybersecurity solutions to protect themselves. However, point-based solutions can create “blind spots” in an organization’s security posture. This is because point-based solutions …

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Need to Redefine Cybersecurity – Adding “T – Trust” as a New Tenet to “CIA – Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability”

The digital world is rapidly evolving. As our reliance on technology continues to increase, so also does the cyber risks involved in using digital assets. Cyber attacks, data leaks, and vulnerability risks have had a fair share of “staining” the entire digital landscape. This begs the question: are we really adapting to these rapid changes …

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