Organizations worldwide are diligently seeking advanced cybersecurity solutions to combat all kind of cyberattacks and protect their data assets. It is imperative that organizations should seek out the right threat detection cybersecurity solution to implement. Here are 6 keys criteria to evaluate what cybersecurity solution will best protect your business.
8 Cyber Security commandments issued by CompTIA to outline not just cyber security tips but also reasons for each of them as revealed in survey of 1200 organizations. Keeping up with cybersecurity can feel like a full-time job. The technology we use every day is constantly evolving nd it seems as if the bad guys are always finding a way in. However, despite all the news of data breaches and cyber attacks we’ve seen, evidence suggests that end users aren’t adequately taking charge of their own IT security.
How can you make your business computers and devices as secure as possible? Cybersecurity remains at the front of many business leaders’ minds. As cyberattacks develop, so do awareness and defensive tools. To help you be more proactive in preventing cyber-issues, here are the list of best tips or applications to improve cybersecurity at your business.
Phishing refers to fake email messages that appear to come from a legitimate company. The messages are designed to trick the recipient into giving personal information to fraudsters. Some phishing messages including malware attachments.
Social Engineering refer to the art of manipulating people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. Cybercriminal uses different platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn or Email to spread malicious link. Social engineering attacks has proven to be very successful way for criminal to “get inside” your organization. Continue reading “Types and Impact of Social Engineering Attacks”
Network Security Checklist below was created with input from not less than a dozen technology consultants and security experts from Experts Exchange. This Network Security Checklist is not intended to validate a network as secure but as an INITIAL checklist to start from, covers many areas / items that consultants and admins often forget to check and set including business, user accounts, service accounts, file security, passwords, users, administrators, network, computers, firewall / router, email security, remote access, monitoring, devices and backups. The questions / items below may not be appropriate or applicable to all organizations for a variety of reasons due to the risk profile for every organization is different. Continue reading “Initial Network Security Checklist for IS Security Reference”
WannaCry / WannaCrypt ransomware attack has spread throughout the world. Affecting organizations in over 150 countries, tallied damage includes more than 200,000 people infected with the malware and roughly $28,463 paid in bitcoin to decrypt files. And that number may only increase unless companies act to mitigate the threat. Some reports indicate the ransomware attack has been slowed but there are fears we haven’t seen the last of the damage. Desk of EC-Council Group CISO has issued an updated cyber security briefing on standard precautions to protect your systems.
Enterprises are under siege from a rising volume of cyberattacks. At the same time, the global demand for skilled professionals sharply outpaces supply. Unless this gap is closed, organizations will continue to face major risk. Comprehensive educational and networking resources are required to meet the needs of everyone from entry-level practitioners to seasoned professionals. Continue reading “Cybersecurity Skills Crisis”
Security has been a key issue in the area of technology, and even more so when newer technologies are being introduced. Fear of the unknown is a human condition we have to recognize and live with. Hence, with the advent of the Cloud – together with mobility, big data and analytics – issues related to security seem to hinder the progress of technology adoption. These issues, however, can be addressed effectively. This article will look at how an organization can plan to build a secure cloud-based solution on the fly. Continue reading “Better Security Consideration for Cloud Solutions”
The Cisco 2015 Annual Security Report is divided into four areas of discussion and issues explored within them, may at first glance seem disparate, but closer examination reveals their interconnectedness: 1. Threat Intelligence 2. Security Capabilities Benchmark Study 3. Geopolitical and Industry Trends 4. Changing the View Toward Cybersecurity—From Users to the Corporate Boardroom Below are the Key Discoveries in Cisco 2015 Annual Security Report: Continue reading “Key Discoveries in Cisco 2015 Annual Security Report”
Your ability to detect and stop cyber attacks depends on the effectiveness of your security operations team. HP Security Intelligence and Operations Consulting has assessed the capabilities of 87 security operations centers worldwide. This updated 2015 report bring you the latest information. HP assessments of organizations worldwide continue to show the median maturity level of cyber defense teams remain well below optimal levels. Many of the findings and observations from the 2014 State of Security Operations report are still valid. Additionally, the following observations and findings have surfaced in 2015 report of capabilities and maturity of cyber defense organizations: Continue reading “Summary Findings of State of Security Operations 2015 Report”