November 2023

Implementing a Zero Trust Framework: Step-by-Step Guide

The traditional security model of trusting everything within a network perimeter has become obsolete. In its place, the concept of "Zero Trust" has emerged as a beacon of security resilience. With the global Zero Trust market projected to skyrocket to a staggering $60 billion by 2027, it's evident that businesses across the world are recognizing the urgency of implementing this approach.


October 2023

What Does the Future of Networking Look Like with SASE?

In 2019, Gartner predicted that the "future of network security is in the cloud." Fast forward to today, and it seems that the future of networking has already arrived in the form of Secure Access Service Edge or SASE. Driven by the growth of hybrid work, SASE technology will continue to post healthy growth rates in 2023 and beyond. The latest analysis reveals that the global market size for SASE will grow from $1.9 billion in 2023 to $5.9 billion by 2028.


October 2023

Crucial Components - The Key to macOS Security Lies in Its Drivers

In a software-driven world, device drivers are the workhorses that enable smooth communication between the operating system and the several pieces of hardware attached to a PC. Device drivers are quite critical since they facilitate smooth communication between hardware and software. Drivers, however, are usually associated with Windows PCs more than Macs. This is mainly because macOS doesn't rely on drivers for a variety of hardware.


September 2023

Building a World-Class Endpoint Security Product: Key Strategies for Success

Today, most endpoint protection products are developed based on the model of defense-in-depth — in other words, adding layers of protection to an attack surface. Unfortunately, this approach isn't going to cut it with cyber criminals becoming increasingly sophisticated. Building a world-class endpoint security product is no easy feat; it requires a robust strategy that hinges on many vital factors. Here's how you can go about it:


August 2023

Extending Security to Dynamic Workloads and Containers with Zero Trust (ZT)

As per a recent analysis, companies that had adopted a zero trust security approach paid $4.15 million on average for a data breach, compared to $5.10 million that companies with no zero trust policy in place had to pay. In an era where traditional trust models fall short, zero trust challenges the norm by refraining from relying on users or third-party applications within internal environments. And as we delve into the significance of zero trust for dynamic workloads and containers


August 2023

Building Advanced Threat Detection and Prevention Solutions

In 2022, there was a 38% rise in cyberattacks globally when compared to the previous year. As consumer demand continues to push enterprises to scale new heights in the digital realm, they must also be cautious about treading a safer path in achieving milestones of the journey. Endpoint protection is a critical aspect of fortifying the business's digital landscape from a wide range of threats and vulnerabilities that have the potential to destroy years of hard work in a matter of seconds.


July 2023

ZTNA: Enabling Secure Remote and Third-Party Access

For long, virtual private networks (VPNs) were the answer for secured access for remote working users. With the ongoing global shift to remote working, organizations can no longer simply depend on VPNs to manage their confidential data. For instance, VPNs do not enable granular control, thus increasing the vulnerability to data breaches, compromised credentials, and insider threats.


May 2023

Zero Trust Security - What It Is and Why Organizations Must Adopt It in 2023

For a long time, organizations believed that cybersecurity attacks occurred due to bad external actors. They functioned on the belief that everything inside the organization is safe. They formulated security strategies and invested in cybersecurity technologies based on those beliefs. However, a closer look at the patterns and the rise in cybersecurity attacks revealed that internal networks, endpoints, and assets could equally pose cybersecurity risks to organizations.


December 2022

What Makes macOS Development Complicated and Why It Makes Sense to Work with Experts

Getting trained software developers for macOS is difficult compared to PC-based Windows or Linux programmers. The macOS itself has several development platforms, which makes it even more difficult to get access to programmers on each platform. The question is not whether programmers know scripting or coding in C++; the issue of expertise arises as the whole architecture and environment of macOS is different from that of mainstream PC programming on Windows.


September 2022

The Role of AI and ML in Shaping the Future of Endpoint Security

As the world of work adopts new ways of working, the focus on endpoint security will only increase. AL and ML will provide critical insight about incidents, empower an organization to respond faster, and make the security perimeter more relevant to the new world.


March 2022

Why VPNs are becoming obsolete?

Why VPNs are becoming obsolete? Are VPNs a thing of the past? Hope this article helps you get an answer.


March 2022

Endpoint Security in The Age of Remote Working

The days when remote working was limited to sales teams and field agents are long gone! The pandemic has ushered in a new era of hybrid work, where almost every company today is offering some form of remote working.


February 2022

How Enterprise Security Products Can Achieve Faster Time To Market

Unlike consumer security products that require only a few security boxes to be ticked during the development phase, enterprise security products are extremely complex to develop and secure because they are susceptible to a wider range of threats and risks.


July 2021

How to securely store the credentials?

I am sure every developer has encountered this question ‘How to securely store the credentials?’. This article explains a method of securely storing & transiting the credentials and retrieving them when needed.


April 2021

Time to move from Kernel Extension to System Extension

So if you are a developer still working on Kernel Extension, it’s time to move to System Extension.


February 2020

Hello Wordl!

We are excited to announce our new venture Incrux Technologies Private Limited.