Online shopping is the new norm in today’s world, replacing brick and mortar shops one transaction at a time.
With this shift in online consumerism, cybercriminals are taking notice. To mitigate the risks that come from online shopping, there are a few things you can do to better protect yourself.
Cyber criminals are clever and know how to evolve. They’ve proven this once again with their latest cyber-attack strategy, the Watering Hole Attack, which leverages cloud services to help gain access to even the most secure and sophisticated enterprises and government agencies.
Recognizing a watering hole attack and how it works is valuable in managing risk, as it poses a significant threat to network security.
In today’s application development landscape, cyber attacks have become more frequent and sophisticated. Security architects are looking for new ways to ensure their products are safe and working properly for customers.
Most of us have probably heard about cyber adversaries using methods such as Phishing, Spear-Phishing, Whaling, Pharming, Drive by Downloads and Watering Holes creative ways to steal users credentials.
These cleverly named attacks have been around for years but are still one of the most successful methods used to gain access to your network.
Most simply, cyber risk means any risk of financial loss, disruption or damage to the reputation of an organization from some sort of failure of its information technology systems.
Cyber risk attempts to measure, in dollars lost, the impact of events based on their probability and severity.
A “Red Team” is a group of people trained in the art of hacking, but using their skills for “good” (also known as an ethical, or white hat hacker).
This group challenges an organization to improve its effectiveness by assuming an adversarial role or point of view.
Users generate a lot of traffic, and the systems which you depend on are expected to be available 24/7. You need to be on top of the latest threats to your organization and limit any potential down time for your infrastructure.
Cyber ranges are virtual environments where cyber professionals can train and build cyber security skills in a persistent, on-demand way. Learn more about cyber ranges at https://www.circadence.com/solutions/topic/cyber-ranges/.
Have you ever received a suspicious email with a garbled subject line? Or ever held the door open for an unverified solicitor? These are just some everyday situations where social engineering and its tactics play a larger part in seeking out information otherwise not available to them.
The C.I.A. triad is a security model designed to balance the protection of your online information. It stands for Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability, but the way these terms are applied here might be a bit different than what you’re used to…