Implement a zero trust strategy for your file transfers
The recent Kaseya ransomware attack is yet another reminder of the voracity of the war cybercriminals are waging on the business world. In 2020, scan-and-exploit became the top initial attack vector for surveyed organizations, surpassing phishing, according to the 2021 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index. The report goes on to note that manufacturing was the second-most attacked industry in 2020 for respondents, up from eighth place the year prior, and second only to financial services.
What’s behind these attacks?
The rise of zero trust
Blurred, Colorful Background
The newest trend on this list is blurring backgrounds with a gradient colour overlay applied on top of it. It started gaining momentum among UI/UX designers about a year ago and has been growing ever since then. We’ll see more of it very soon! Many websites already use different variants of it – mostly for their hero images – and we expect more to follow after receiving positive feedback from customers and coworkers alike.
This is another trend that we’ve already seen in many high-profile mobile applications such as the Prisma photo app, Uber, and Lyft. It’s about adding subtle touches of color patterns or gradients to backgrounds without overwhelming users with too much visual noise to prevent them from using your application.
Zero trust to protect your file transfers
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Electronic Banking Internet Communication Standard (EBICS) is an Internet-based communication and security standard that is primarily used for remote data transfer between your organization