With all the extraordinary progressions that we have witnessed as an outcome of technological advancements in cybersecurity, there are still some gaps that daunt people and the work they are associated with. With the increasing number of thefts that we happen to encounter in a globally connected era, there is a much need of having a robust and authentic system to secure all the whereabouts.
When I started in the technology industry, virtualisation was the hot topic where I was located. Virtualisation enabled organisations to have fewer physical machines, to make use of cloud offerings, and in some cases to reduce the maintenance overhead involved with using software-as-a-service solutions. This is different than containers, which are those beautifully restricted, short-lived dynamic environments that are spun up to complete a sequence of data exchange and related work known as a transaction. The concept of reduced overhead for dynamic environments continues forward.
With all the extraordinary progressions that we have witnessed as an outcome of technological advancements in cybersecurity, there are still some gaps that daunt people and the work they are associated with. There is a higher need of having a robust and authentic system to secure all the whereabouts with the increasing number of thefts that we happen to encounter in a globally connected era.
Threat actors use vulnerabilities to launch their attacks. By exploiting vulnerabilities, attackers can gain access to systems, networks, and devices. Vulnerabilities enable attackers to steal and ransom sensitive and corporate information, as well as eavesdrop to confidential communication.
Vulnerabilities can be created as a result of software error, or as forced injections like SQL injection attacks and OS command injections. Other common vulnerability attacks are buffer and integer overflow, which involve the alteration of code by the attacker. Every day, more and more vulnerabilities are discovered. In 2019 alone, over 22,000 vulnerabilities were disclosed.
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If you are working from home and concerned about cybersecurity, then you are in the right place.
Freelancers and virtual assistants are working from home for decades and the concept of hiring distant employees is not new. But what is different in the current scenario of teleworking, is accessing the company’s database directly from a remote location.
From healthcare to the e-commerce industry, there is no more important focus than data security. A single introduction of destructive malware or the theft of a few records could be catastrophic as recent studies show that every single stolen file could cost a company $150. If you are a smaller organization, the total cost could be catastrophic.
With the progress of digital technology, there’s barely any industry that could progress without online applications, cloud data, and overall internet connectivity. However, the benefits that come with the internet service come with many threats that your workforce should be aware of. The risks for the security of your business data are just a drop in an ocean of threats that lurk in the darkness of cyberspace, and this article will show you 6 most common reasons why you should invest in employee cyber-consciousness.
Data leaks, online fraud, and constant network breaches are an indication that information security threats are real and present danger facing global business. It has become necessary to address this at the highest corporate management level. Every time security breaches happen, companies suffer the loss of resources and reputation sometimes irreparably.
Everybody knows the phrase “Who possesses information – that possesses the world”. And whoever possesses information about competitors gets unprecedented advantages in the fight against them. Progress has made companies dependent on information systems, and at the same time – vulnerable to hacker attacks, computer viruses, human and state factors to such an extent that many business owners can no longer feel safe. The issue of information security is becoming dangerous for organizations, but the same progress offers solutions that can protect data from external attacks.