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Cybersecurity is not a Technology Problem— It’s a Business Issue. These resources provide you security insights to protect your business from cyber threats and vulnerabilities.

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What Is Cyber Risk and How to Identify It

Risk is inherent in business and in everyday life. In a business context, risk is the possibility of some action or event exposing the business to negative outcomes. It is therefore important to identify and mitigate all possible threats that have the potential to harm your information assets and systems. In this article we discuss different types of cyber risks, and how to identify them through a cyber risk assessment and tips on mitigating them.
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Calculating the ROI of your Cybersecurity Investment

Lack of financing in the security department causes enormous monetary losses due to data leaks, breaches, and other security incidents. Businesses need to invest in security — but how can you justify this investment to your management and get their buy-in? And how much budget can you allocate? In this article, we go through the numbers and the formula for calculating the ROI of security investments.
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What is a Security Operations Center and Why is it Important?

Cyber attacks continue to increase in both volume and sophistication. Organizations are 24/7 targets of malicious lone wolf hackers and dedicated hacking groups looking to exploit their networks, applications, and endpoints. The onslaught of cyber threats faced by companies calls for continuous monitoring, analysis, and incident response. This article describes the central role played by a security operations center in improving cybersecurity defenses.
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Comprehensive Guide on Penetration Testing: Conducting Pen Tests to Augment Your Security Solutions and Policies

Data breaches lead to substantial losses for businesses and their customers. Preventing such damages is easier and cheaper than mitigating them. Understanding why and where security breaches can happen is crucial for the success of your company. Penetration testing can help you with this. It reveals vulnerabilities and allows fixing them before a malicious attacker (hacker) exploits them.
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6 Effective Ways Companies Can Avoid Becoming a Cybersecurity Victim

Ransomware and data leaks are causing havoc in the business world. Recently, each day brings news of a large-scale attack resulting in a ransom demand or data leak. The average cost of a data breach according to IBM is $3.86 million as of 2020 and ransomware damage costs are predicted to rise to $20 billion through 2021 as businesses fall victim to a ransomware attack every 11 seconds.
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Difference Between Vulnerability Scanning and Penetration Testing

When trying to strengthen your organization’s information security posture, it’s natural to turn to the latest tools and technologies to help combat the latest threats. Before jumping the gun and seeking out flashy new solutions, though, it’s critical that you identify existing vulnerabilities within your IT infrastructure.

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Medibank Data Breach: Actionable Advice For Protecting Your Organization From Similar Attacks

Organizations have become heavily reliant on digital solutions to run their business in today’s digital age. For organizations to work efficiently it’s imperative that they process and store sensitive customer and employee data. Failing to protect this data can put the affected organization against various legal consequences. The recent attack against Medibank is a clear example of this risk.
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Cloud Threats and Mitigation Strategies

Organizations of all sizes and across industries are moving their workload to the cloud to facilitate digital transformation and enhance work efficiencies. The cloud shift has witnessed a tremendous boost during the previous two years, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced organizations worldwide to adopt the remote working model. Accessing sensitive work resources through the internet will make them susceptible to cybersecurity threats.
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A Comprehensive Guide to Threat Hunting

Cybercriminals are working daily to invent new ways to evade detection. The expansion of the supply chain, and the increased dependence on third-party vendors to support core business functions have made the IT environments more open and complex, allowing threat actors to find different ways to hide. Threat hunting helps detect unknown and advanced cyber-attacks.

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