How Has Cyber Threat Challenged Modern Business Operations?

15 Feb 2019
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Modern businesses are daily facing different types of cyber threat attacks that are evolving day by day and getting more sophisticated.

5 Points to Consider to Avoid Cyber Theft

30 Jan 2019
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New technologies are emerging every now and then, in the same vein, cyber theft is increasing worldwide. From ransom ware to identity theft and credit card fraud as well as phishing, you could experience cyber theft as long as you are making use of computer in some of your daily activities, online shopping inclusive.

A List of Precautions to Maintain Cyber Security of Your Infrastructure

28 Jan 2019
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The rate at which the world is digitized, Virtually everything can now be done through the computer online. You can shop online with your financial details, consult online doctors with some of your important details as well, attend online classes and so on. And

What are SIEM and SOAR? Why They are So Important for Cyber Security?

25 Jan 2019
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Terms and abbreviations can get tangled in the regularly developing security marketplace. For instance, many use SIEM and SOAR reciprocally. In spite of the fact that security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) & security information and event management (SIEM) have capacities that supplement one another, they are not a similar thing.

Why Is Security Operations Center So Vital For IT Security Management?

9 Jan 2019
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In the era of advancing technology and sophisticated cyber attacks, businesses need to protect their sensitive data. So this article presents why security operation center is so essential for IT security management.

MSPs: Why You MUST Offer a Reliable Cybersecurity Solution to Grow in 2018

24 Aug 2018
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Cybersecurity and regulatory compliance are two primary reasons businesses turn to managed IT services these days, according to ResearchandMarkets’ Managed Services Market 2017 report. With the sheer number of high-profile security breaches and ransomware attacks striking corporations and government agencies recently, the demand for reliable IT security comes as no surprise.

Restore Deleted Logs Using Python Script

12 Dec 2017
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When the Shadow Brokers released numerous hacking tools and exploits designed by the NSA-linked Equation Group, a lot of attention was given to the EternalBlue exploit. This was particularly the case in May this year when the EternalBlue exploit was leveraged with the WannaCry ransomware. The event made news headlines globally and managed to shut down large sections of the British National Health Service. With last year’s release of NSA tools there was one particularly nasty piece of malware, DanderSpritz.

Uber Again Shows How not to Deal with a Breach

29 Nov 2017
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Uber, the popular ride-hailing company, has an impressive history of making the news for almost all of the wrong reasons. This has happened to the extent that investors forced co-founder and ex-CEO Travis Kalanick to step down, paving the way for the new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi to pick up the pieces from past indiscretions. In the most recent case of terrible news for the company, hackers stole names, email addresses and phone numbers of 50 million Uber riders around the world and the personal information of about 7 million drivers, including some 600,000 U.S. driver’s license numbers. The company has stated that no Social Security numbers, credit card information, trip location details, or other data were taken.

Terdot Banking Trojan

21 Nov 2017
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Hackers and malware authors have always been a crafty bunch. Specialists among them are skilled at flying under the radar and remaining undetected for extended periods of time. Part of their strategy is to keep their malicious intellectual property theirs. “Open source” malware is by no means stealthy, as everyone from professional to amateur has access to it. 

Communication to CIO/CISO in the Health and Finance Industries

18 Aug 2017
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In the wake of the WannaCry and the more sinister Adylkuzz cyber-attacks, those employed as Chief Information Officers and Chief Information Security Officers within their organizations will be at the front line of defending their organizations against cyber threats. Due to the highly regulated nature of both the Finance and Health industries, compliance requiring security monitoring is of the utmost importance in preventing and mitigating cyber threats. However, the cost of creating in-house continuous cyber monitoring is inhibiting for most organizations. What is required is a partner. A partner who can provide 24/7 monitoring with extensive correlation rules combined with the right technology and experienced staff. All of which if done in-house can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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