What is SOC Compliance?

Quantifying and ensuring security and resilience is increasingly essential for many organizations’ operations. That includes the need for their suppliers, vendors, and partners to demonstrate a certain level of secure practices. While government regulations like GDPR in the EU or HIPAA for US Healthcare increasingly regulate and ensure certain security controls, other industry standards have become increasingly popular for […]

Security Misconfigurations

Managing cybersecurity can feel like navigating a minefield. Threats and attacks are just a misstep away. When you think your defenses are up to par, a new threat exploits an overlooked vulnerability. Unknown vulnerabilities remain a persistent blind spot in many organizations’ cybersecurity strategies thanks to the prevalence of misconfigurations. This blog explores the hidden […]

What is OT Security?

Ransomware attacks targeting oil pipelines, disrupting food production, or defacing sewage and wastewater treatment have one thing in common: They all target Operational Technology (OT) environments. Computers have become enmeshed in our lives, including factories, utilities, and industry. This provides many benefits but also allows threat actors to gain access and cause significant harm through cyberattacks. […]

What You Need to Know About the Linux XZ Utils Hack

Over the last week, there have been many reports of a major Linux vulnerability that some outlets have coined as an attempt to hack the world. Join us as we break down what happened and what we need to learn from the incident. What Happened: Andres Freund, a Microsoft software engineer, discovered a vulnerability in […]

Four More Common Types of Cyberattack

Could your next click be the one that unleashes chaos into your digital life? In the shadowy corners of the internet, cyber threats like Man in the Middle (MitM) attacks, XSS exploits, Zero-day vulnerabilities, and DNS spoofing are laying siege to the unwary. These digital predators are on the prowl, seeking to snatch personal information, […]

NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 – What’s New?

In the rapidly evolving world of cybersecurity, staying ahead of emerging threats requires vigilance and a framework that evolves with the times. The recent unveiling of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 is a pivotal shift in how organizations approach cybersecurity governance, risk management, and resilience. This update represents a holistic reimagining of cybersecurity practices, emphasizing […]

What is Data Classification?

In today’s data-driven world, managing and protecting information has become a critical challenge for modern organizations. The explosion of data, much of it unstructured and sprawling across diverse digital landscapes, has made traditional security measures increasingly inadequate. Data Classification is an essential process of data security, but many organizations struggle to do it effectively This blog […]

How to Reduce Alert Fatigue

What if your security tools are the biggest threat to your security posture? As ironic as that would be, that’s closer to the truth for many security teams than they would like to admit. With the continuous challenge of managing more complex security tools in larger, more complex environments, alert fatigue has become a critical […]

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