Learn about Zero Trust Architecture
Impenetrable cybersecurity without sacrificing usability
Gain detailed visibility into all your endpoints activities
Harden applications and hardware environments
Immediate and continuous response to incidents
Close the window of time your data could be exposed
Get your Comodo solutions setup, deployed or optimized
Control access to malicious websites
Defend from any internet based threats
Stop email threats before it enters your inbox
Preserve and protect your sensitive data
Keep your website running fast and malware free
Add encryption to your websites
Automated certificate mgmt. platform
Secure private intranet environments
Digital signature solutions for cloud apps
Encrypt emails for senders and recipients
Stay compliant with PCI DSS
Trusted authentication for IoT devices
Francisco Partners a leading technology-focused private equity fund, has acquired a majority stake in Comodo’s certificate authority business. Newly renamed from Comodo CA Limited to Sectigo Limited. Privacy Policies, Trademarks, Patents and Terms & Conditions are available on Sectigo Limited’s web site.
Meet the people behind the direction for Comodo
Get the latest news about Comodo
People are the key to achievement and prosperity
Stay up to date with our on-demand webinars
Worldwide: Sales, Support and General Inquiries
Schedule a live demonstration of our solutions
Need immediate help? Call 1-888-551-1531
Instantly removes viruses to keep your PC virus free
Experience true mobile security on your mobile apple devices
Secure Internet Browser based on Chrome
Chrome browser internet security extension
Submit a ticket to our support team
Share any product bugs or security flaws
Collaborate with research experts on data sets
Valkyrie Threat Intelligence Plugins
Valkyrie Threat Intelligence APIs
I was recently reviewing Verizon’s recently annual Data Breach Investigations Report for 2013, published earlier this year. It is must reading for anyone who has an interest in data security. Actually, if there is anyone who isn’t they should be!
There are a lot fascinating findings in this year’s edition, enough to inspire numerous blog articles. For today, I want to focus on two important findings as a warning for us all.
o 78% of initial intrusions rated as low difficulty
o 69% of breaches discovered by external parties
Now, think about this for a moment. A breach discovered by an external party, such as a customer or vendor, is extremely embarrassing. It can cost business and customers. The dollar cost of any financial loss from a breach pales in comparison to the impact of being exposed as untrustworthy to your stakeholders.
Yet, 78% of the time the intruder had an easy time of it!
Despite numerous high profile hacking incidents, most breaches occur because of a failure to use, or properly implement basic security measures such as firewalls and antivirus systems.
Point of Sale systems are a particularly rich target, accounting for 17% of all confirmed data breaches. I really believe that too many small and mid size operations still think of POS systems as cash registers. In fact, there is very little difference between a POS system and a desktop computer. They need the same type of protection.
A business needs to treat network and data security as if its reputation depends on it.
Clearly, it does
Sign up to our cyber security newsletter
Comodo Cybersecurity would like to keep in touch with you about cybersecurity issues, as well as products and services available. Please sign up to receive occasional communications. As a cybersecurity company, we take your privacy and security very seriously and have strong safeguards in place to protect your information.
See how your organization scores against cybersecurity threats