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Hacked Through Phishing: An Ugly Security Awareness Lesson Learned

Hacked Through Phishing: An Ugly Security Awareness Lesson Learned

Given we’re a cyber security education company, we like to preach (maybe too much at times) about how darn important security awareness training for employees really is. So, we thought we’d share the hideously ugly lesson that internet authority company, ICANN, learned about security awareness not too long

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A Missing Piece That’s Hurting Your Company’s Cyber Security Efforts

Take a moment to consider your company’s cybersecurity efforts. Do you picture your IT and security teams devising proactive technical solutions and dealing with threats? If so, that’s a typical and valid response.   Yet, there’s another key piece that most companies don’t consider: business process. The

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CyberPop – Define Code Injection

CyberPop – Define Code Injection

CyberPop tests your knowledge and builds your strength as an Infosec pro. Today’s Question: Define Code Injection Answer: An attack or pentest that introduces malicious code into a software application, which executes the code when the application is opened. Examples include SQL injection, which can compromise or

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Sunday’s Cyber Security Fact: Startling Belief (May 29, 2016)

Sunday’s Cyber Security Fact: Startling Belief (May 29, 2016)

Despite almost daily reports revealing the contrary, 44% of organizations still believe they can keep attackers off their network entirely. – CyberArk’s 2015 Global Advanced Threat Landscape Survey

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CyberPop – What’s “Dwell Time?”

CyberPop – What’s “Dwell Time?”

CyberPop is a quick way to learn more definitions and facts about cyber security.   Today’s Question: What’s “Dwell Time?”   Answer: “Duration, usually in days, that a vulnerability or infection remains undetected within a network or environment. (Some also define it as the time between detection

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Sunday’s Cyber Security Fact: Breach Detection (June 5th, 2016)

Sunday’s Cyber Security Fact: Breach Detection (June 5th, 2016)

“The majority of data breach victims surveyed, 81 percent, report they had neither a system nor a managed security service in place to ensure they could self-detect data breaches, relying instead on notification from an external party. This was the case despite the fact that self-detected breaches

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CyberPop – What are Exploit Kits?

CyberPop is a quick way to learn more definitions and facts about cyber security.   Today’s Question: What are Exploit Kits? According to Wikipedia, “an exploit kit is a software kit designed to run on web servers, with the purpose of identifying software vulnerabilities in client machines

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CyberPop – What Does ‘Kill Chain’ Mean?

CyberPop is a quick way to learn definitions, terms and facts about cyber security.   Today’s Question: What does ‘Kill Chain’ mean? Kill Chain is a “military-inspired term encompassing the various stages of a cyber attack—reconnaissance, weaponization, delivery, exploitation, installation, command and control, and action. Applies mainly

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CyberPop – What’s Penetration Testing or Pentesting?

CyberPop is a quick way to learn more definitions and facts about cyber security.   Today’s Question: What’s Penetration Testing or Pentesting?   Answer: “Penetration Testing or Pentesting refers to techniques for actively testing an organization’s computer or network security, usually by identifying potential vulnerabilities and weak

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“Done for You” – Collection of Content on How to Prevent Ransomware

Today, most companies are deeply concerned about how to prevent ransomware. News stories abound and Infosec professionals are scrambling to keep themselves and their users out of the fire. Below, you’ll find a compilation of content to understand this important topic – from a 360 perspective. But,

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