Who likes people messing with their stuff? We’ve learned (or known) since we were toddlers, what is ours is OURS and we don’t want people messing with OUR stuff. Same is true for our organization’s data. Don’t let attackers mess with it!
Ugggh, malware. That common security issue that we’ve all known about since the dawn of computing still exists. Every company needs to handle it. Every personal computer needs to handle it. Every mobile device has to handle it. So let’s talk about common malware types and their impact!
The exponential rise in malicious activities and cybercrime has made companies pay more attention to application security. It has also sparked widespread discussion about the benefits and challenges of various application security testing solutions available in the market.
Today, insurance companies and investment enterprises tend to prioritize third-party risk management in the wake of several global trends. Namely, accelerated outsourcing in a milieu of increased prices, dependence on digital technology, and the awareness that many organizational breaches originate from trusted vendors who have themselves been compromised.
Data protection is one of the primary concerns of organizations around the world today. Information security (InfoSec), which is primarily about prohibiting unauthorized access to information, is what makes data protection possible.
You know what? People suck at passwords. We use weak passwords, we reuse passwords. Or we write down passwords or store them in equally insecure ways. These practices make our data very vulnerable. It’s no surprise then that attackers go after them.