Starting a cybersecurity program can be confusing, particularly in organizations with limited security staff. Every team can use a few tips to avoid common issues. Our goal in this blog is to help IT and security professionals understand the fundamentals of a successful cybersecurity program.
Penetration testing is a proactive cybersecurity method that can be used to discover network and security weaknesses through simulated cyberattacks, across networks, systems, mobile and web apps.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) governs reporting requirements for public companies. As of September 5, 2023, significant events include cybersecurity incidents: so what does this mean for small and midsized organizations?
Just like adopting a fitness regimen, building a strong cybersecurity program requires discipline, dedication, and a solid plan. Get your security in shape with our cybersecurity bootcamp.
There is no magical answer to cybersecurity (despite what some vendors may claim). Even organizations with mature security programs can be vulnerable to user errors and sophisticated criminals. The goal is to be a harder target: making it more difficult for criminals to gain a foothold and have well defined containment strategy for a cybersecurity incident.
“How do I know if I need vulnerability scanning?” is a question that business owners, IT providers, and individuals alike have asked themselves and their security resources. Cybersecurity can seem complicated, and it can be difficult to understand which tools or solutions apply to your specific systems. The good news is, we’re here to give you the rundown on the 6 W’s of vulnerability scanning, so you can decide for yourself if vulnerability scanning is right for you (spoiler alert: it is!).
While there is no exact playbook on how to prevent a security breach in the workplace, there are certainly key tactics that can fortify your company’s defenses. Our approach is highly team-focused; read on for how to build your very own team of cyber-defenders.
The types of insider threats in cybersecurity might surprise you. You might be inclined to think that the greatest risks posed to your organization are the result of malicious intentions, when in reality, exposure caused by the negligence of partners and/ or employees can be equally or even more damaging.
Risks incurred by supply chain and 3rd party vulnerabilities are becoming increasingly common due to ransomware, zero-day attacks, and other cyber-threats. Learn how to protect your organization by creating a vulnerability management strategy.
Many cyberattacks originate from zero-day vulnerabilities, as they can become a race between threat actors attempting to exploit the flaw and manufacturers releasing a patch or users applying mitigating techniques.