Cybersecurity Risk Management

Cybersecurity Risk Management in 2021

Cybersecurity risk management refers to the process of identifying, analyzing, evaluating, and responding to your organization’s cybersecurity threats. The process takes the idea of real-world enterprise risk management and applies it to the cyber world. This strategy, in turn, helps enterprises identify risks and vulnerabilities and apply comprehensive security solutions and administrative actions to keep … Read more

How cybercriminals plan attacks

How Cybercriminals Plan Attacks

How cybercriminals plan attacks is a basic question that every cybersecurity expert needs to know. Cybercriminals use various tools and techniques to identify the vulnerabilities of their target victims. The target can either be an individual or an organization. Most cyber-attacks aim at stealing valuable information or breaching systems. Criminals plan active and passive attacks. … Read more

Multi Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi Factor Authentication (MFA)

In recent years, more and more companies and private individuals have been looking for better ways to keep their data secure. No one is truly safe, with huge companies like Facebook, Ticketfly, and T-Mobile suffering from devastating data breaches in 2018. With data breaches happening so frequently, many individuals are understandably worried about exposing their … Read more

Incident Response

Incident Response

Incident response is an organized approach addressing and managing the aftermath of a security breach or cyber-attack, also known as a security incident, computer incident, or IT incident. A cyber-attack such as a data breach can cause havoc to an organization and, therefore, should be handled to limit damage and reduce associated costs and recovery … Read more

Ethical Hacking

Ethical Hacking

Ethical hacking is the science of testing your computers and networks for security vulnerabilities and plugging the loopholes you find before guys with malicious intentions get a chance to exploit them. Ethical, for the sake of professional security testing techniques covered in this article, has been used to mean conforming to accepted professional standards of … Read more

Virtualization Security

Virtualization Security

Despite being a concept born fifty years ago, virtualization has advanced and can satisfy complex applications currently being developed. Half of all servers run on Virtual Machines (VMs), and the IDC predicts that close to 70% of entire computer workloads will run on VMs by 2024. As virtualization components increase and the virtualized environment expands, … Read more

Cybersecurity Alliances

Cybersecurity Alliances

In the English Poet Jon Donne’s (1624) words, “No man is an island, entire of itself.” This statement is true for nations, corporations, and individuals. In an article about “The Importance of Alliances for U.S. Security” published on Heritage.org, Martin Murphy states that “states of roughly equivalent weights may feel emboldened to pursue riskier foreign … Read more

Cyber Threat Hunting

Cyber Threat Hunting

Cyber threat hunting is the process of proactively hunting for attackers or malware that are lurking in your network system and may have laid undetected. Just like real-life hunting, cyber threat hunting can be quite challenging and requires a uniquely trained professional with considerable patience, creativity, critical thinking, and a keen eye for sporting out … Read more

computer forensics

Computer Forensics

Introduction to Computer Forensics  Computer Forensics is used to answer two of the most commonly asked questions about hacking attempts and data breaches: How did the attack happen? Is there a possibility of recurrence, and can such threats be prevented from ever happening again in the future?  There are no specific answers to these questions … Read more

cyber threat analysis

Cyber Threat Analysis

Cyber threat analysis is the process of assessing the cyber activities and capabilities of unknown intelligence entities or criminals. A cybersecurity threat or “cyber threat” can be defined as a malicious act that seeks to disrupt digital life.  This act could be the disruption of a communication pathway, the damage of data, or stealing data. … Read more