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Why are so many Businesses moving to the Cloud?

Why cloud computing – Cloud technologies are becoming one of the major investments for organizations to reduce costs; consolidate billing, availability, and disaster recovery; and enable BYOD and CYOD. Why are so many businesses moving to the cloud? Cloud computing...

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WannaCry: Are you safe?

A few days ago, an outbreak of the Trojan encryptor WannaCry started. It appears that the epidemic is global. We call it an epidemic since the extent of it is quite huge. We counted over 45,000 cases of the attack in just one day. In reality, the number is definitely...

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Sure Ways to Fail in Data Security

When it comes to data protection and regulatory compliance, most of the organizations are not taking into consideration all risk factors that could hinder the security process. The lack of awareness and preparation can lead businesses into failing to protect their...

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Ransomware, What is WannaCry?

What Is Ransomware? Ransomware, What is WannaCry – Ransomware is a malicious software that blocks access to user data or data on the user system until the person affected pays a ransom to the person or organization who has blocked the data. More advanced ransomware,...

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How to scan for specific vulnerabilities

If you do not need to perform a full scan, you may choose from the list of Scan Types to run against a Target. Scan Types are a logical grouping of tests that test for specific classes of vulnerabilities such as SQL injection or Cross-Site Scripting tests which you...

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Drawing the (red) line on trackers

Trackers are circling around your social media activities the way bees zero in on sweets: Both are incessantly circling around sniffing out the sweetest little details about you. But at least with bees, there is a recognizable buzz in the air when they come near. But...

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How to Approach Windows 7 EOL

Windows 7 EOL – With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft changed its consumer licensing policy, resulting in a quicker adoption of the new operating system. However, many businesses still have a number of workstations running on Windows 7. In fact, the analytics and...

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What are Injection Attacks?

Injection attacks refer to a broad class of attack vectors that allow an attacker to supply untrusted input to a program, which gets processed by an interpreter as part of a command or query which alters the course of execution of that program. Injection attacks are...

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PCI Compliance – Why It Is a Must

Financial institutions often deal with data breaches due to the huge value financial records hold for external attackers or malicious insiders. A data security incident in financial organizations can have multiple negative ramifications for both the organization and...

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What is Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)?

 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) – VDI enables organizations to run fully functional virtual machine-based desktops, allowing end users to access them regardless of device or location. Although VDI can help reduce the TCO, secure data, and enable mobile and...

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