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Identify Malicious Code: Examples to Defend Your SDLC

A malicious code, commonly known as malware is simply a software created to harm computer systems and applications, make changes to networks, and the victim completely unaware. Unlike accidental security flaws and applications’ configuration failures, which are occurring because of irrelevant mistakes like coding mistakes or other mistakes during development activities, deliberate code is purposely designed in order to cause some harm.

What is HashiCorp Vault and How Does it Work?

With technological advancements, organizations are moving to the public cloud, which has resulted in a major concern: data security. Traditional methods of managing secrets and sensitive information are proving inadequate, especially when there is a high volume of private data. Here comes the need for HashiCorp Vault: a solution that offers a centralized and robust system to safeguard sensitive information. In this blog, we will explore HashiCorp Vault’s purpose, benefits, and use cases.

Azure Key Vault vs HashiCorp Vault: Comparison

With so many organizations moving to cloud-based infrastructures, the need for security management has become more essential than ever. Azure Key Vault and HashiCorp Vault are two leading cloud solutions for safeguarding sensitive information. While both of them are used for managing secrets, their approaches, features, and integrations can differ significantly, which we are going to discuss in this blog.

Azure Key Vault vs CyberArk: Comparison to Know

What comes to your mind when you think of a secret? To protect it in whichever manner you could, right? In the real-world scenario, it’s our nature and our self-control how we can manage our secrets and protect them but matter gets different when it comes to the virtual world. In the virtual world, a secret is anything that you aim to rigidly control access to, such as passwords, tokens, API & encryption keys, or certificates.

What Is Privilege Escalation? How to Detect and Prevent Privilege Escalation Attacks in Windows

Organizations usually rely on remote work capabilities, leading them to use cloud systems. But with increased use of cloud infrastructure, the vulnerability to cyberattacks increases. One such is the Privilege Escalation attack, a complex threat to any network. Multiple defense strategies are required to detect and prevent privilege escalation attacks, but understanding what this attack means is important even before that.

What is Azure IoT Security? Top Best Practices to Secure IoT Devices

IoT devices have become a vital component of worldwide business operations for different industries, including healthcare, IT, transportation, etc. Organizations that invest in IoT deliver more value to their consumers than others. According to a report by Statista, the number of IoT devices is estimated to be 17.08 billion in 2024, and the figure is showing no signs of stopping. But as its usage is continuously increasing, so are the security concerns!

What is a Software Bill of Material? SBOM and Supply Chain Security

SBOM and supply chain security help organizations stay on top of their information security and comply with regulations. In this regard, the SBOM (software bill of materials) can be an instrumentation. Meanwhile, the continually changing digital environment with cyber threats lurking in every corner, as well as the possibility of vulnerabilities, can lead to disasters; knowing the importance of software bill of materials (SBOM) is significant.

Software Supply Chain Attacks: Notable Examples and Prevention Strategies

Supply chain attack is a kind of cyberattack which targets the network that is made up of suppliers, vendors, contractors and other business partners that organizations rely on to provide goods and services. As opposed to directly attacking a target organization’s systems or infrastructure, attackers use supply chain vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access or compromise the integrity of products or services.

What is Infrastructure as Code Security (IaC) - Risk, Challenges & Best Practices

In recent years, Infrastructure as Code (IaC) has emerged as a game-changer for managing IT operations. By enabling teams to define and manage infrastructure using codes, IaC offers numerous benefits, such as increased agility, scalability, and consistency. However, along with the advantages, some unique security challenges also arise that must be addressed promptly. Here in the blog, we’ll explore the best practices to maintain the integrity and reliability of the Infrastructure.