What is Computer Forensics and How Is It Used In Investigations?
If you have watched enough crime shows on television, you've likely seen an actor or actress portraying a forensic investigator. On shows like CSI: Miami, the forensic investigators seem to be able to type a few keys into a terminal and boom— they have all the information they need.
There’s a notion that Apple products are unhackable, but no device truly is. While they aren’t as easy to breach as other devices, Macbooks, iPads, iPhones and other Apple devices are compromised by bad actors just like other operating systems.
In this post, we’re revealing nine ways penetration testers often find a way into Mac-based corporate environments to help you strengthen your defenses. If pentesters can do it, so can hackers. Let’s explore some of the top ways Macs are hacked:
The Top Hacking Techniques All CISOs Should Educate Remote Users About
There’s no arguing that 2020 was a challenging year for an overwhelming number of industries across the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic forced many companies to explore new business models, both in product and service offering and in the internal structure of operations.
Lessons from Penetration Testing: 7 Real-World Findings
The internet today is swarming with cybercriminals just waiting for the right opportunity to gain a foothold into your organization's network. One of the best ways to stay ahead is to find your organization's weak spots before cyber criminals do.
4 Lessons Learned from the Top Data Breach Lawsuits & Class Action Settlements
It’s always news when corporations have security breaches. This is especially true whenever malicious hackers gain access into a company’s internal databases to steal information— such as credit card or bank details, personal health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII), trade secrets of corporations or intellectual property. Often, these data breaches can lead to lawsuits and other legal action against the victim company.