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The Dark Web. If there is a more obviously sinister sounding term in the IT world, I don’t want to hear it. It’s pretty safe to assume that most people have at least heard of the Dark Web.
Welcome to our “Threat Analysis” series of blogs! These posts cover a specific industry and the threats targeting them. The goal with this series is to raise awareness about cybercriminal threats, one post at a time.
Last month, we discussed the importance of practicing “defense-in-depth” within an organization.
The western front of World War I was initially highly mobile and dynamic. It wasn’t until the armies began to utilize basic entrenchments that the famous stalemate began. These basic defenses eventually grew to become a massive array of…
In the year 2000, people dreaded the “Y2K Bug” and believed that it would wreak havoc on the world’s technological infrastructure. These fears were founded off the belief that the applications and hardware would not be able to handle the date format…
Customer demands are evolving each day. New service models and technologies are pushing conventional service providers from their comfort zones. These innovations are redefining industries from the IT to the financial sector.
Today, social media activities, monetary transactions, and technology play important roles in the way organizations carry out their business and communicate with potential customers. These same vehicles can be targets for cyber attacks.
Organizations nowadays realize the necessity to sporadically perform cybersecurity assessment. The evaluation is generally executed by an external service provider (that is third-party assessor) alongside the organizations' team (e.g.
You should give SIEM (Security Information & Event Management) system and SOC (Security Operation Center) the highest priority in your business setup.
Disaster Recovery Testing is the process of going through each and every essential piece of a business or organization’s disaster recovery plan. The goal is to ensure that the existing is thorough enough to ensure that the business can recover in…
Ransomware is a very sinister computer virus. Many people have fallen victim to ransomware, and have been forced to pay large sums to regain control of their technology systems and data assets.
What is cybersecurity? Cybersecurity is a pretty broad term, and it refers to all of the technologies, operational procedures, and planning that makes up a system of protection intended to protect your systems and vital data from breaches or…
More and more, ransomware has emerged as a major threat to individuals and businesses alike. Ransomware, a type of malware that encrypts data on infected systems, has become a lucrative option for cyber extortionists. When the malware is run, it…
CFO's must cultivate a deep understanding of where this vital information is at all times. How it is secured. Who might want to steal it. And most important, how they might gain access to it.