Cyber threat intelligence within the context of cybersecurity can appear to be somewhat difficult to pinpoint as a notion, particularly when you factor in the necessity of having to make strategic business decisions.
In the below article, we will examine the different ways in which hackers can approach their attacks, as well as their motivations for doing so, since not all malicious entities perform their actions for the exact same reason, despite common misperceptions of the opposite being the reality.
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Cyber attacks and online threats today are becoming increasingly common, more sophisticated, and more targeted.
The potential that your organisation may suffer financial losses, intellectually property theft, unwanted extraction of private and proprietary information, as well as irreparable reputational ruin cannot be ignored and left to chance.
Each type of penetration test approach has different attributes, although the crucial point to bear in mind here is that a manual penetration test, despite its higher cost and additional time necessary for its completion, is much more thorough and multifaceted than an automated penetration test.
Outsourcing the management of your SOC to external specialists can save your organisation both money and time by quickly reallocating this task to a team that has everything set up and ready to go and are invested in implementing best practices for their clients.
5G simply refers to the fifth iteration of mobile networks and is the latest standard following the original use of 1G all the way back in 1979. 5G’s advances in wireless facilitate the better interconnectivity of devices, machines and other network-enabled objects.
But what happens when an organisation, regardless of size and scope, does get infected by ransomware and all avenues of damage limitation, threat resolution, operational resumption, and data recovery have been exhausted?
Cynet and Boltonshield AG join forces to bring Cynet 360, the industry’s first all-in-one platform for protecting the organization. Boltonshield AG will now provide its customers with the Cynet holistic prevention, detection & response solution, enabling full security capabilities across the internal network.
It is a common misconception that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are predominantly immune to cybersecurity threats and targeted attacks because of their size.
SCD-DNA is an industry-sourced project which aims to provide a clearly-defined roadmap for businesses who wish to improve their cybersecurity capabilities. This initiative supplies small to medium enterprises with straightforward and unbiased instructions and advice so that they can better navigate this aspect of their operations.
In our previous article on web-based application security, we detailed the numerous ways in which your application can be compromised,
What is ransomware? While all forms of malicious software (malware) are unwanted for the potential harm they can cause to
In our previous articles, we have stressed the importance of not letting your data, devices and network become compromised by
Although an SOC can be set up by the organisation itself as another internal and integrated component of its IT infrastructure, the vast majority of cases involve the introduction of an SOC through an external provider due to the organisation lacking the knowledge and expertise to properly implement an SOC themselves.
Why it is important to separate your home network from your professional network, as well as how Boltonshield can enable you to get the best out of a remote working setup while minimizing the potential risks to your company and your employees.
While it can be crucial to business continuity to be able to quickly adapt to an external environment in constant flux, organisations and companies wanting to enable their employees to work from home should not rush into it. There are a number of aspects of remote working that need to be considered, including critical issues that must be addressed at the earliest opportunity.
Between the growth and refinement of cloud-based SaaS software, rising inner-city property prices in metropolitan areas around the world, progressively more affordable high-speed internet, and international team composition and collaboration, remote working has experienced a tremendous growth over the past decade.