Cyber Security Articles & News

How to Prioritize Your Pentesting Report’s Remediation Recommendations

If you recently received a penetration test, you’re on the right track to improving your cybersecurity posture. However, you may be wondering what the next step is.

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Understanding Post-Inoculation Cybersecurity Attack Vectors

If you’ve recently improved your cybersecurity posture, you should know that the work to protect your company’s data is not over.

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Password Management Best Practices: How Secure Are Password Managers?

Password managers are convenient tools for storing, organizing, and accessing passwords. But are they safe from cyber attacks?

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Red Team Testing vs. Penetration Testing

As the cost of cyber attacks continues to grow — in 2023, the worldwide cost of cyber attacks reached $8 trillion and, by 2025, the total cost is estimated to hit $10.5 trillion — now is the time to prioritize cybersecurity testing for your organization.

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What Is Credential Harvesting and How Do Threat Actors Pull It Off?

Credential harvesting, otherwise known as credential compromising or credential theft, can be a highly devastating cyber threat. It also happens to be very successful, as over 79% of business accounts were compromised by threat actors using credential harvesting tactics, such as credential phishing.

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How Threat Actors Bypass 2FA and What Preventative Steps You Can Take

Two-factor authentication (2FA, or MFA) is a security layer designed to verify the identity of those logging in to accounts. By sending codes to the person attempting to log in, the goal of 2FA is to authenticate users, but that doesn’t mean it’s an impervious cybersecurity layer.

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Redefining Your Enterprise’s Cyber Security Posture During Mergers & Acquisitions

With 3,205 data compromises occurring in 2023 alone, fortifying your enterprise’s cybersecurity posture is more important than ever.

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Choosing a Penetration Testing Company for Mac-based Environments

Powering your business with Apple devices because of their reputable security and privacy features? You may be surprised to learn that while Apple devices are typically perceived as safer than Windows-based PCs, they are far from impervious to cyber attacks. In fact, companies such as Sony have been successfully breached by threat actors while using these products.

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AI in Cyber Security: Impacts, Benefits, and More To Be Aware Of

Artificial intelligence in cybersecurity has been a hot topic lately, especially with the rise of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. But does that mean it would make a great addition to your company’s operations?

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Remote Security: 5 Cyber Security Tips for Employees and Businesses

By 2025, 32.6 million Americans are estimated to work remotely. Additionally, 73% of executives believe employees who work remotely present more cyber security risks to their organizations. 

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