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?
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.
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.
Top 5 Best InfoSec and Cybersecurity Certifications to Further Your Career
Predictions show us that by just 2021, there will be more than 3 million unfilled cybersecurity positions. It’s not a secret that organizations are, now more than ever, facing challenges when it comes to forming and staffing their cybersecurity teams, and data regarding the notorious skills gap further supports that as it shows a need for cybersecurity workforce increase of 145%.
A game changer technology - Quantum Security Series - Part 1
It’s 3 a.m. and there’s an odd latency increase that lags all your web services. Your cloud provider says “it’s all good”, your Internet Service Provider has no obvious issues, but something is wrong with the path… then after 15 minutes your entire traffic suddenly and magically returns to normal, latency dropped and somehow there wasn’t any service disruption.
Jok3r: A Framework for Automated Network and Web Penetration Testing
The use of tools is important in every industry. Finance professionals use spreadsheets and graphing tools to gather and visualize data. Software developers use a wide range of tools to create websites and applications.
APT Security: What Are Advanced Persistent Threats?
In November 2014, Sony Pictures publicly disclosed that their systems had been breached, and that large amounts of internal corporate data—including executive emails, the personal information of past and present employees, and previously unreleased movies—were made available for illegal download.
Is Your Company Part of a Scam Campaign? (Zoom Showcase)
“Our team was working like any regular day, drinking some coffee, checking emails, answering tickets, when suddenly a stunning bell noise was heard and a red alarm popped out in our dashboard… the AI-based script we launched last week detected several suspicious domain names being registered that looked very similar to ours…”