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Non-repudiation: Your Virtual Shield in Cybersecurity

In the digital world, where countless users communicate, share data, and engage in diverse activities, determining the origin and actions behind these interactions can be quite challenging. This is where non-repudiation steps in. Coupling other security factors, such as delivery proof, identity verification, and a digital signature, creates non-repudiation. This guarantees that the parties involved in the transmission are unable to renounce the execution of an action.

Comparing the tools used in MDR

Cyberthreats are advancing, and so must your security tools. Threats such as malware and denial-of-service attacks have been around since the earliest days of the internet, and the cybersecurity industry has created generations of threat detection and response tools to identify and remediate them. As cybersecurity threats continue to evolve and advance, the tools to identify and stop them need to evolve as well. The latest trend is to consolidate security tools onto a framework that incorporates AI to share information and speed threat identification.

MDR utilizes advanced security tools to extend defenses

Making the right choice on how best to detect, respond to and manage security threats is more important-and more complicated-than ever. To meet the demands of digital transformation and remote work, which have expanded the attack surface available to threat actors, organizations are scouring the market for new solutions that go beyond basic managed detection and response (MDR). They require a more versatile and flexible service that incorporates leading-edge tools such as XDR, MXDR, SIEM and SOAR.

Five worthy reads : Securing the connected world thru cybersecurity in the IoT era

Five worthy reads is a regular column on five noteworthy items we have discovered while researching trending and timeless topics. This week, we will be discussing the challenges of cybersecurity in the IoT era and how it can be secured. The Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the way we live and work, with hundreds of connected devices now integrating into our daily lives. However, this rapid expansion of IoT has also brought new cybersecurity challenges.

Email Deliverability: Finding and Fixing Issues with GlockApps

Are your email campaigns not producing the expected results? Do you have disappointingly low open rates, or worse, are your emails getting lost in the spam folder? If so, you're not alone because almost every marketer faces email deliverability issues. But there is good news, and it is that they're not impossible to overcome. In this article, we'll cover the ins and outs of finding and fixing email deliverability issues so that your messages are received by your audience and read on time.

Greening the Digital Frontier: Sustainable Practices for Modern Businesses

The push towards digital transformation has significantly improved efficiency, productivity, and accessibility for businesses globally. However, the environmental footprint of digital operations has increasingly become a focus for concern. As companies continue to leverage digital technologies, the need for integrating sustainable practices into their operations has never been more critical. This article delves into the environmental impact of digitalisation and outlines practical strategies for businesses aiming to achieve sustainability in the digital age.

Addressing the active exploitation of Ivanti VPN vulnerabilities (urgent advisory)

A recent advisory issued by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has shed light on vulnerabilities in Ivanti VPNs that are currently being actively exploited by malicious actors. Ivanti VPN solutions, widely utilized for their robust security features and efficient network management capabilities, have recently been identified as containing critical vulnerabilities.

Email-Based Cyber Attacks Increase 222% as Phishing Dominates as the Top Vector

Analysis of the second half of 2023 shows attackers are getting more aggressive with email-based phishing attacks in both frequency and execution. Until there’s a catch-all way to stop malicious emails from being an effective means of initial attack, phishing will continue to grow as the primary initial attack vector for cybercriminals.

Cybercriminals Sent 1.76 Billion Social Media Phishing Emails in 2023

As social media phishing reaches new heights, new data reviewing 2023 shows a massive effort by cybercriminals to leverage impersonation of social media brands. Cybercriminals are no longer just targeting your corporate network. Due to the rise of the cybercrime economy, there are a growing number of cybercriminal gangs strictly going after initial access (that can be sold to other cybercriminals).