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Endpoint Security vs. Antivirus: A Comparison  

Switching from Antivirus to an Endpoint security solution will offer you not only better cybersecurity but also a centralized and easy-to-handle security management system.These two may look the same to an inexperienced eye but take a closer look. Then you will realize that they use different ways to protect you from viruses, spyware, adware ransomware, and
Publish At:2023-02-10 12:11 | Read:111075 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint security Virus security

UEBA 101: An Introduction to User and Entity Behavior Analytics

In today’s digital world, it is more important than ever to be able to identify and assess any potential threats to your business. That’s why User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) is becoming such an invaluable asset for businesses of all sizes. In this article, we will introduce you to UEBA and how it can be used to provide better security and insights
Publish At:2023-02-10 08:13 | Read:116027 | Comments:0 | Tags:Cybersecurity Basics Endpoint security

SYN Flood Explained. How to Prevent this Attack from Taking over your Server

SYN flood is a type of denial-of-service (DoS) attack in which a threat actor floods a server with several requests, but doesn’t acknowledge back the connection, leaving it half-opened, usually with the purpose of consuming server resources, which leads to denying other users access to that server.In this article, we’ll explore how a SYN flood attack works,
Publish At:2023-02-08 12:11 | Read:118585 | Comments:0 | Tags:Cybersecurity Basics Endpoint security

Top 10 Endpoint Security Best Practices That Help Prevent Cyberattacks

Endpoints are one of the hackers` favorite gates to attacking organizations` networks. Check out our top 10 endpoint security best practices that will keep you safe and help prevent cyberattacks.Setting foot into only one of the connected devices can open the way for threat actors to deploy malware, launch phishing attacks, and steal data. Putting all your e
Publish At:2023-02-06 12:11 | Read:118890 | Comments:0 | Tags:Cybersecurity Basics Endpoint security security cyber

What Is Encryption as a Service (EaaS)? A Definitive Guide

Whether your company is subject to stringent cybersecurity regulatory requirements or you want to strengthen your overall security, encryption as a service is an effective way to protect sensitive data at rest and in transit.The thing is, many businesses need help properly encrypting all the data on their machines, servers, and the cloud. And this is exactly
Publish At:2023-02-03 16:09 | Read:330016 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint security Uncategorized

What Is Data Erasure?

One of the major topics of cybersecurity is sheltering your data against data breaches. And while many Internet users have in place measures to protect their information from hackers’ hands while using them, once they delete the data, they might consider themselves out of the hook.The truth is that important information can be restored or recuperated even af
Publish At:2023-02-03 12:11 | Read:111047 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint security

The Evolution of Antivirus Software to Face Modern Threats

Over the years, endpoint security has evolved from primitive antivirus software to more sophisticated next-generation platforms employing advanced technology and better endpoint detection and response.   Because of the increased threat that modern cyberattacks pose, experts are exploring more elegant ways of keeping data safe from threats. Signatu
Publish At:2023-02-02 15:37 | Read:135335 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint Risk Management managed detection and response (MDR

Server-Side Request Forgery Attack Explained: Definition, Types, Protection

A Server-Side Request Forgery attack (SSRF) is a security vulnerability in which a hacker tricks a server into accessing unintended resources on his behalf.An SSRF attack can lead to sensitive information being leaked or the attacker gaining control of other systems. If they succeed to make the server establish connections to random external systems, threat
Publish At:2023-02-01 16:09 | Read:119168 | Comments:0 | Tags:Cybersecurity Basics Endpoint security

What Is Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)?

DHCP, or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, is a network protocol that allows devices on a network to be automatically assigned an IP address. DHCP is used extensively in both home and enterprise networks, as it simplifies the process of configuring IP addresses for new devices.In this article, we will have a closer look at how DHCP works, what are its mai
Publish At:2023-01-31 12:10 | Read:99675 | Comments:0 | Tags:Cybersecurity Basics Endpoint security

What Is Spyware, What It Does, and How to Block It?

We are sure that you already heard of spyware, but are you curious to dive deeper into the consequences and types of this malware infection?This sneaky malicious software may be collecting your data as we speak, with only a few signs to give it away. Fortunately, there are ways to protect yourself, your data, your devices, and also software that can keep spy
Publish At:2023-01-27 12:10 | Read:221181 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint security Uncategorized

What Is a Brute Force Attack?

This post is also available in: DanishBrute force attacks are a persistent security threat that has evolved over the years as technology advances. In this article, we’ll explore what a brute force attack is, its modus operandi and variants, and what prevention strategies you can use to protect your data.What Is a Brute Force Attack?A brute force at
Publish At:2023-01-20 12:10 | Read:324868 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint security

Chainguard Trains Spotlight on SBOM Quality Problem

Software engineers tracking the quality of software bill of materials have stumbled on a startling discovery: Barely 1% of all SBOMs being generated today meets the “minimum elements” defined by the U.S. government.According to new data from software supply chain security startup Chainguard, SBOMs being generated by existing tools fail to meet the minimum da
Publish At:2023-01-19 18:28 | Read:730957 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint Security NEWS & INDUSTRY Email Security Fraud &

Exploited Control Web Panel Flaw Added to CISA 'Must-Patch' List

The US government’s cybersecurity agency CISA is giving federal agencies an early February deadline to patch a critical -- and already exploited -- security vulnerability in the widely used CentOS Control Web Panel utility.The agency added the CVE-2022-44877 flaw to its KEV (Known Exploited Vulnerabilities) catalog and set a February 7th deadline for federal
Publish At:2023-01-18 14:30 | Read:162265 | Comments:0 | Tags:Cyberwarfare Endpoint Security Network Security NEWS & I

Vendors Actively Bypass Security Patch for Year-Old Magento Vulnerability

Vendors and agencies are actively bypassing the security patch that Adobe released in February 2022 to address CVE-2022-24086, a critical mail template vulnerability in Adobe Commerce and Magento stores, ecommerce security firm Sansec warns.The CVE-2022-24086 bug (CVSS score of 9.8) is described as an improper input validation bug in the checkout process. It
Publish At:2023-01-18 14:30 | Read:263159 | Comments:0 | Tags:Endpoint Security Network Security NEWS & INDUSTRY Appli

Researchers: Brace for Zoho ManageEngine 'Spray and Pray' Attacks

Security researchers tracking a known pre-authentication remote code execution vulnerability in Zoho’s ManageEngine products are warning organizations to brace for “spray and pray” attacks across the internet.The vulnerability, patched by Zoho last November, affects multiple Zoho ManageEngine products and can be reached over the internet to launch code execu
Publish At:2023-01-16 18:28 | Read:238961 | Comments:0 | Tags:Disaster Recovery Endpoint Security Network Security NEWS &a


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