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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.

Xalient Unveils MARTINA Predict 2.0: Revolutionizing AIOps with Advanced Anomaly Detection and Predictive Insights

Xalient is proud to announce the launch of MARTINA Predict 2.0, the latest iteration of its advanced AI Ops suite. This latest version introduces a pioneering cross-domain event correlation capability that not only enhances anomaly detection but also enriches the platform's predictive accuracy.

Revolutionizing Security: The Impact of EV Fleet Management Solutions

The global rise of electric vehicles (EV) fleet management solutions is unstoppable. Driven by a global push for sustainability, research shows 71% of U.S. fleet managers are now looking to add electric vehicles to their fleets in 2024. With billions of dollars invested heavily by governments and organizations in electric vehicles and their supporting networks, key critical flaws have emerged. Electric vehicle charging software, stations, monitoring systems, and unsecured internet networks have become access points for multiple cybersecurity threats ranging from unauthorized access to EV vehicles and data breaches of customer private information.

Building a Robust Data Quality Management Framework: A Step-by-Step Guide

Maintaining data quality is crucial for any business that depends on dependable data. Without a structure in place, organizations run the risk of making decisions based on flawed or incomplete information. To uphold data integrity and make informed decisions businesses need to establish a data quality management framework. In this article, we will delve into the steps involved in constructing such a framework.

What is SaaS Security Posture Management?

In a cloud-first world like today, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is becoming the everyday solution for organizations to operate and boost their efficiency. Still, this rapid uptake of SaaS apps brings new security problems. This is precisely where SSPM comes in-a vital tool to help organizations efficiently track, audit, and enhance their SaaS application security posture. What is SaaS Security Posture Management? How does it work? In this piece, we'll break down the fundamentals of SSPM, including its benefits, features, and how it sets itself apart from other similar solutions.

Bring Your Own Device: How to Educate Your Employees On Cybersecurity Best Practices

With the rise of remote and flexible work arrangements, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs that allow employees to use their personal devices for work are becoming increasingly mainstream. In addition to slashing hardware costs, BYOD improves employee satisfaction by 56% and productivity by 55%, a survey by Crowd Research Partners finds. Yet, cybersecurity remains a concern for businesses. 72% are worried about data leakage or loss, while 52% fear the potential for malware on personal devices.

Cloud Security Regulations in Financial Services

As the financial sector continues to adopt cloud technology, regulatory frameworks such as the updated NIS2 Directive and the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) are shaping the cybersecurity landscape. Every second counts in such a complex environment: attackers can move quickly in the cloud, so defenders must change their strategies and tools to keep up. The financial sector has always been a prime target for cyber attacks, with the average breach costing almost 6 million US dollars.

Detectify is now available on AWS Marketplace

We’re pleased to share that our External Attack Surface Management (EASM) solution is now available on AWS Marketplace through private offer. Our inclusion means that our customers can now more conveniently and easily purchase both Surface Monitoring and Application Scanning for comprehensive attack surface coverage.

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 the Use of LLMs in Generative AI?

Generative AI is a rapidly maturing field that has captured the imagination of researchers, developers, and industries alike. Generative AI refers to artificial intelligence systems adept at concocting new and original content, such as text, images, audio, or code, based on the patterns and relationships learned from training data. This revolutionary technology can transform various sectors, from creative industries to scientific research and product development.