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The 9 Most Significant Vulnerabilities Hackers Are Exploiting Right Now

The 9 Most Significant Vulnerabilities Hackers Are Exploiting Right Now

Keeping up with updates and patching may be something you hear cyber professionals harping on quite often. There is a reason for this. Unpatched vulnerabilities cause unforced errors when it comes to network security far too often. As many as 60% of organizations admit to being the victim of a cyberattack that could have been …

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Vulnerability Management vs Vulnerability Assessment (Why You Need Both)

Vulnerability Management vs Vulnerability Assessment (Why You Need Both)

One of the constant dangers that organizations need to have on their radar is vulnerabilities. These can be flaws in software code or misconfigurations of cloud tools that create an open door for hackers. Cybercriminals are continuously on the lookout for any loophole in the code of an operating system or software application that will …

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Which Security Framework Should you Adopt

Which Security Framework Should You Adopt?

Cyber-attacks and security breaches have become a constant occurrence all around the world. As these attacks evolve and become more rampant and unpredictable, organizations try to reduce the risk these attacks will bring to their operations and improve their online and network security.  However, an increasing number of organizations are realizing that their investments in …

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Multi-Factor Authentication is a Great Security Upgrade

Multi-Factor Authentication Is a Great Security Upgrade

MFA, occasionally called 2FA or two-factor authentication, is an internet security upgrade that enables you to provide two different pieces of information when you want to log in to your account. These pieces of information are like a security protocol that allows you to provide details that consist of what you know, such as your …

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There’s a Cybersecurity Talent Shortage – Outsourcing for Success

There’s a Cybersecurity Talent Shortage – Outsourcing for Success

Keeping your mission-critical facility safe from cyber threats has become much harder in recent years. First, the pandemic brought on an onslaught of cyberattacks, with threat volume increasing 600% during COVID.  There is also the rise of ransomware and Ransomware as a Service (Raas), which puts the tools to conduct this type of devastating attack …

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How to Handle the Global Supply Chain Crisis for IT Products

How to Handle the Global Supply Chain Crisis for IT Products

Ever since the beginning of the pandemic, the global supply chain has been in disruption. On top of a chip shortage that has caused delays in getting just about anything electronic, there are also logistics problems. Factories have shut down, opened, and shut down again due to the pandemic. Because many electronic components and chips …

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OT vs IT Networks - What's the Difference

OT vs IT Networks – What’s the Difference?

In any mission-critical facility, the definition of “technology” is more complicated than just saying it’s IT. Some components deal with data creation, transmission, monitoring, and storage, and they must work together to facilitate day-to-day work. There are also many mechanisms, such as manufacturing equipment, sensors, IoT, and the systems that are used to manage production …

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How to Get Started with Zero Trust Security

How to Get Started with Zero Trust Security

The way that antivirus programs and cybersecurity worked originally was to identify the bad actors, and then block them. This worked fairly well at the beginning of the technology age because there was usually time to identify and add certain viruses and scripts to a threat signature database. Various programs then tapped into that database, …

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