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The Future of Transactions: Understanding Secure Subscription Payment Systems

In the age of digital commerce, subscription payment systems have gained significant traction, marking a shift in how businesses manage transactions. These systems not only provide convenience but are also pivotal in ensuring secure, seamless payments. This guide takes an in-depth look into secure subscription payment systems, focusing on their benefits, the technology behind their security, the rise of subscription models, and their role in the future of transactions.

Unravelling the TDIR framework: Conception, evolution, and categorization

Cybersecurity is a mix of both reactive and proactive approaches. In the past, enterprises were often limited to the reactive approach. With compliance and security strategies gaining prominence, the proactive approach is also getting the spotlight. Compared to other industries, cybersecurity is highly dynamic and cybersecurity teams adopt any new technologies that can help them optimize.

19 SEO Ranking Factors That Actually Matter in 2023

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a crucial digital marketing strategy for businesses seeking visibility in the vast expanse of the internet. SEO involves optimizing a website in a way that helps it rank higher on search engine result pages (SERPs). The ranking factors that affect SEO evolve constantly, primarily due to frequent updates to search engine algorithms. As we navigate through 2023, we caught up with a leading Australian agency Safari Digital to discuss the 19 most crucial SEO ranking factors to consider.
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A Broken Industry - 'Changing the narrative of the 'war on cybercrime'

The world is at war; But not in the way most people think. While traditional conflicts rage all over the world from Syria and Yemen to Ukraine, the murkier war against cybercrime rages all around us. This is a war where every corporate network, personal device or piece of software code is a potential battleground, and the casualties are not measured (primarily at least) in deaths, but in the associated cost to the end-user and the economic systems in which they work.

Compromised Credentials: Tactics, Risks, Mitigation

The theft of users’ credentials is a growing industry. The market for compromised credentials is vast and has huge potential due to: These factors have created a lucrative market for cybercriminals who are able to steal credentials and sell them on the black market. The stolen credentials can then be used to access personal and financial information, commit identity theft, or launch other cyberattacks.


API Security: Understanding Types, Challenges, and Best Practices

The digital world has brought advancements in all sorts of life. The applications communicate with each other over the internet to deliver effective service. API is an application language that interacts with the application server to extract the client’s intended information and produce it readable. It is estimated that the global API market will reach about 13.7 billion US dollars by 2027. This user-friendly software makes the business organization widely adopt it to enhance their growth.

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Security Competency and More - Deepening our Ties with AWS

Since a lot of our customers build and run their applications in AWS, our partnership and joint solution delivery with AWS provides enormous value. We’re excited to share that we’ve deepened our ties to AWS in two compelling ways, by achieving AWS WAF Ready Status and earning AWS Security Competency. Salt is the first and only API security company in both of these vital AWS programs.


Keeper Security Named Winner for Encryption in 2023 Fortress Cybersecurity Awards

We at Keeper Security are proud to announce that we’ve been recognized by the 2023 Fortress Cybersecurity Awards as the overall winner for Encryption. The Business Intelligence Group conducts the annual Fortress Cybersecurity Awards to recognize experts, engineers, people and products in the field of cybersecurity.


UK Security Policy Framework and Government Security Classifications Compliance

The UK government’s Security Policy Framework (SPF) outlines the expectations and requirements for security measures to be implemented across UK government departments, and external agencies handling government information and data assets. The framework covers various aspects of information security, including governance, risk management, technology and services, and culture and awareness.