Fighting Against Phishing Attacks: Top 18 Best Phishing Auditing Tools
Phishing is the most common type of social engineering attack, as well as one of the most frequent attack methods on the Internet in general. It’s a simple concept: creating a fake website that impersonates a legitimate one that the target frequents, and sending them a security notice that urges them to ‘click on the following link’—which then leads them to a fake website, where they’ll be prompted to log in.
What is DNS Intelligence?
We’ve written about the importance of IP addresses before, such as in our article exploring IP intelligence. In that piece we dived into how useful IP data is for the entire internet, as well as the critical role it plays in the cybersecurity industry.
Top 5 Cybersecurity Certifications to Kick Start Your Career
Many students interested in entering the cybersecurity field turn to certifications to improve their knowledge and hands-on skills, make them more competitive in the job market and get their resumes noticed. But there are many certifications out there focused on different roles in the cybersecurity space, and it can be hard to decide which one to choose, and in which order…it’s confusing.
Asset Discovery: Stay Ahead of Your Digital Fingerprint
How many services do you run within your infrastructure? Are you perfectly aware of what every one of them is doing? What about old services or decommissioned ones? Is your team aware of your services’ digital footprint?
Top 30+ Most Popular Red Team Tools
Organizations are having a hard time detecting new tactics and techniques employed by cyber criminals looking to breach their defenses. The only sure way to thwart possible cyber threats is to discover any unknown weaknesses and vulnerabilities in the systems and existing defenses. And what better way to do this than to rely on expertise of red and blue teams, and even adopting a security methodology of a purple team.
All Things Quantum - Quantum Security Series - Part 3
Secrets are no longer secret. Communications have been breached. Information exchange is no longer safe. Digital apocalypse has arrived on the scene.
New SurfaceBrowser™ Features: Company Activity & New Associations
Here at SecurityTrails we’re committed to doing our best, and it’s thanks to your constant support and feedback that we’re able to create amazing infosec-data based products to make your life easier than ever.
GOSINT: A Framework for Collecting, Processing, and Exporting Indicators of Compromise (IoC)
Tools are an important mechanism for any professional wanting to simplify their work and be more productive. As a chef might use a whisk to beat eggs faster and prepare more food in less time, information security professionals also depend on tools to make their work easier and quicker to complete.
DevSecOps: Ingraining Security in the Software Development Process
Software development has changed the way new products are created—and it’s at the heart of any successful business. The software development landscape itself, with its constant demand for new releases in a highly competitive market, is going through continuous changes as well.
Random and Mysterious - Quantum Security Series - Part 2
Last week we scratched the surface of what quantum information and quantum security are, saw how current encryption algorithms could be broken and explored how to secure a classical SSH protocol tunnel to make it quantum attack resistant.