An Overview of the 2021 Vulnerability Researchers Hack
If you thought 2020 was a big year for social engineering schemes— watch out! Twenty twenty one is coming in hot.Read More >
When it comes to penetration testing, the quality of the assessment depends on the quality of the team performing the test. However, not all pentesting teams are created equally.Read More »
Here we are: another year in the books. Twenty twenty however, has been one unlike any other… to say the least!Read More »
The right speaker for your cybersecurity webinar can help you capture higher-quality leads by building trust between your audience and your company. On the other hand, the wrong speaker can bring in the wrong types of leads or cause the right ones to lose interest in your brand.Read More »
While you’re out looking for incredible shopping deals this holiday season, cyberattackers are hunting for clever ways to trick unsuspecting users.
These bad attackers know that the holidays are a busy time for corporations— and while some tech-savvy breachers leverage the chaos to target a company’s technical vulnerabilities, many capitalize on human security weaknesses.Read More »
Here at Mitnick Security, we pride ourselves on our passion for cybersecurity, keeping a close eye and ear on new threats and vulnerabilities— every. day.Read More »
As a CISO, you're always looking for the next big breakthrough to increase your organization's overall security posture.
Next-generation firewalls (NGFW), intrusion prevention systems (IPS), and sophisticated anti-virus software are great, but the answer to strong cybersecurity starts with your weakest link: your employees.
In fact, untrained employees are far more likely to lead to a breach than DDoS attacks or any other hacking technique.Read More »
While there are different types of pentests, with every pen test consisting of four main phases— planning, pre-attack, attack, and post-attack— few realize the extent of work that goes into the pre-attack phase. Just as even the best-built house will crumble without a solid foundation, penetration testers must do their due diligence in the beginning to sell successful exploits.Read More »