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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.

Empower Your Finances: Key Tips for Securing Digital Lending Platforms

Securing your digital lending platform has never been more critical in an era where cyber threats are as common as morning coffee. You can't afford to overlook cybersecurity. It's time to take charge, beef up your security measures, and protect your platform loan application process. Unravel the key strategies you must implement, from multi-factor authentication on mobile apps to regular security audits. Stay ahead of the curve and fortify your digital fortress now.

Fax vs. Secure File Transfer: A Guide to Choosing the Right Method

Amid rising concerns over cybersecurity due to recent significant breaches, a number of institutions have surprisingly resorted to the fax machine for transmitting confidential data. This move may appear unconventional in an age where email encryption has seen substantial improvements. It naturally raises the inquiry: does fax boast superior security compared to email?

Solving telecom network security challenges with Defensics

The telecommunications industry has undergone tremendous changes in recent years. From the days when consumers could only make and receive voice calls on a landline to the broadband internet era in which people use data and stream videos on the go, telecom networks constitute an important backbone of the national economy. Telecom networks have evolved from 3G to 4G and 5G technologies.

No More SuckOps: How Hyperautomation is Transforming SOC Analysts' Lives Forever

Today’s SOC analysts are drowning in myriad notifications. They’re trying to parse what’s real, what matters, and what’s a genuine threat to the organization. This exhausting daily routine is significantly contributing to job dissatisfaction and the high turnover rate in SecOps teams. But there’s a major new innovation that solves it: AI-driven hyperautomation.

Zero Trust requires unified data

It’s vital to have a common understanding and shared context for complex technical topics. The previously adopted perimeter model of security has become outdated and inadequate. Zero Trust (ZT) is the current security model being designed and deployed across the US federal government. It’s important to point out that ZT is not a security solution itself. Instead, it’s a security methodology and framework that assumes threats exist both inside and outside of an environment.

Third-Party Risk Management Policy Template (Free)

Organizations commonly rely on third parties such as vendors, suppliers, and other business partners to handle critical operations. While third-party relationships can provide many benefits, they also introduce a range of risks that can threaten data security, compliance, and business continuity. Therefore, it's crucial to recognize and manage these risks with a robust Third-Party Risk Management policy.

CrowdStrike Falcon Next-Gen SIEM Unveils Advanced Detection of Ransomware Targeting VMware ESXi Environments

CrowdStrike Falcon Next-Gen SIEM, the definitive AI-native platform for detecting, investigating and hunting down threats, enables advanced detection of ransomware targeting VMware ESXi environments. CrowdStrike has observed numerous eCrime actors exploiting ESXi infrastructure to encrypt virtual machine volumes from the hypervisor to deploy ransomware in organizations. Access to ESXi infrastructure typically takes place as part of lateral movement.

How to track and stop CVE-2024-3400: Palo Alto Networks API Exploit Causing Critical Infrastructure and Enterprise Epidemics

On Friday April 12, Palo Alto disclosed that some versions of PAN-OS are not only vulnerable to remote code execution, but that the vulnerability has been actively exploited to install backdoors on Palo Alto firewalls. A patch is expected to be available on April 14th. The advisory from Palo Alto is here. Palo Alto has marked this vulnerability as critical and NVD has scored it a 10.0 with CVSSv3. Wallarm currently detects attacks against this vulnerability with no additional configuration required.

[WARNING] FBI Issues Alert on Major Phishing Campaign That Impersonates US Toll Services

The FBI has issued an alert warning of a widespread SMS phishing (smishing) campaign targeting people in several US states with phony notices of unpaid tolls, BleepingComputer reports. The scammers are currently impersonating the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and E-ZPass services on the East Coast, but the FBI warns that the scam will likely expand to other states.