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Types of IT Security Audit

Types of IT Security Audit

Table of Contents What is ISO 27001? ISO 27001 Audit Types of ISO Audit What is ISO 27001? The International Organization for Standardization developed ISO 27001 as a standard. It is the foundation for an organization's Information Security Management System (ISMS). The standard is divided into two...

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How to start a career in Information Security

How to Start a Career in Information Security

Table of Contents Information Security covers three objectives Job description for an Information Security Specialist Starting a career in Information Security Consider obtaining a relevant degree Get one or more relevant certifications Unauthorized access is merely one aspect of Information Securit...

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How to become a Security Consultant

How to become a Security Consultant

A Security Consultant assesses risks, challenges, and solutions for security concerns for various businesses. A Physical Security Consultant or an IT Security Consultant who works with computers are two options for a person who desires to become a consultant. Whether you work as an IT Security or a Physical S...

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The DOs and DON’Ts of Passwords

The DOs and DON’Ts of Passwords

Passwords are the foundation of security and are required for almost everything. It's now essential for your email, bank accounts, and digital gadgets, among other things. It might be terrible if your personal or private information fell into the wrong hands. Always remember your password is as valuable as yo...

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Cybersecurity Vs. Information Security

Cybersecurity Vs. Information Security

Even among those in the security field, the terms "cybersecurity" and "information security" are used interchangeably. However, the two terms are not synonymous. Each of them addresses different kinds of security, and every organization investing in a proper security framework must understand each term, wh...

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Mysteries of the Dark Web

Mysteries of the Dark Web

There is only one place to go if you want to visit a website that is illegal under federal law, and that is the darknet anonymous markets. Since these pages are located in a secret section of the internet known as Tor hidden services, you won't be able to access them using a standard browser like Chrome or Ed...

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Privacy Management Program

With privacy becoming an integral part of every organization today, a much more robust approach is needed to handle it. This has resulted in the creation of the ‘Privacy management program,’ which is a much more holistic and unified approach for handling privacy that can be adopted by all organizations, c...

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Top Trends in Cybersecurity

The recent digital revolution has brought a significant change to our lifestyle by meeting all our needs at just one click. Cybersecurity is the backbone of this industrial transformation. The surge in the use of smart devices and social media interactions have unveiled many loopholes and vulnerabilities in t...

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Top 10 Cyber security attacks

In today's digital world, cyber-attacks are an absolute certainty. While the basic types of attacks are still prevalent, new types of attacks have also metamorphosized, creating more monetary and physical destruction.  Here are the Top 10 Cyber Security Attacks that are highly prevalent today. Brute...

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The Twitter Hack

With the intention of performing a Bitcoin scam, the twitter handles of 130 high profile people were hacked. The proceedings of the event began on 15th July 2020 at around 16:00 Hours in the US when attackers hacked and took over control of many high profiles and mostly verified Twitter accounts of those l...

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How to become cyber security expert?

The internet and mobile technology rule the world presently. It is practically impossible to achieve any task without the use of these. However, technological advancements always bring some setbacks in the form of security threats. As the number and varieties of cyber security threats increase every day, the ...

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OWASP TOP 10

What is OWASP? OWASP is the abbreviation of Open Web Application Security Project. It is an online forum which publishes articles, documentations, technologies and tools pertaining to web application security. How to define OWASP Top 10? OWASP Top 10 is the most looked up to a list of the top 10 most...

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Zero Trust Security

‘Endpoint security’, ‘Perimeter security’, ‘Security by obscurity’, ‘Layered security’ – these are some approaches that are present till date to safeguard business and personal networks. In spite of the different approaches, data breaches, ransomware attacks and other novel ways to gain pers...

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Zoom Security

With the Coronovirus pandemic locking almost every state, city and country in the world, professionals from every sector are working from home to achieve their business objectives.  ‘Zoom’ the video conferencing software, has been the leader in powering most businesses in this difficult time. ‘Zoom’ ...

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Coronavirus and security scams

The world is in the midst of the deadliest Coronavirus pandemic and we can see business slowing, transportation disruptions, schedules being uprooted, educational institutions closing and many other changes in our lives. Even as the nature of crisis is magnanimous and dangerous, there are quite a few who ...

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Cybersecurity career

Hey guys, I always write articles, share posts from some sites that I follow and find relevant. Among these various experiences that I have been exchanging with professional friends, the question that always comes to mind is: "Where do I start studying to migrate to safety?" I decided to write how I...

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Jeff Bezos Phone Hack

iPhones are more secure than Android phones? Think again… Jeff Bezos, the founder, President and Chief Executive officer of Amazon had his iPhone 10 hacked in 2018 and the details are still being revealed. Any connected device is vulnerable to a variety of hacks and attacks. With smart phones storing...

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Security Gazing into the year 2020!

The New Year is already upon us but who can forget the Capital Data breach, the Canva hack and the various ransomware incidents that shook the various organizations the past year? With so many hacks and attacks in 2019, what can we expect from 2020? Read on to see some of our predictions! Ransomware ...

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Yet another Whatsapp vulnerability:

Close on the heels of the ‘Pegasus’ spyware, the Internet was again abuzz with yet another Whatsapp vulnerability on Monday, 18th November 2019. This time: Hackers send a specially crafted .mp4 file to a Whatsapp user which could trigger a stack based buffer overflow. This could enable the hac...

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All about Pegasus!

It did happen again. Even as most of us were touting Whatsapp to be the most secure messaging platform, another attack on the world’s most popular messanging platform shook everybody…again! As an introduction, Whatsapp is end-to-end encrypted messaging platform that was supposedly the most secure commu...

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Cybersecurity Analyst x Pentester

Security professionals, tasked with protecting the information assets of an organization, typically think of their responsibilities in three realms: confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA). The adversaries/attackers, seeking to disrupt an organization’s security, have three corresponding goal...

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Dos/DDos Attacks

DOS Attack: A Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack is an attack meant to shut down a machine or network, making it inaccessible to its intended users. DoS attacks accomplish this by flooding the target with traffic, or sending it information that triggers a crash. In both instances, the DoS attack deprives legitima...

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DDoS Attacks: How They Are Evolving

With almost all businesses moving online, what would happen if it was unavailable even for a few hours in a day? Business would slump, leads would be lost, new business relationships cannot be forged, profits would fall and this may lead to other disasters within the organization as well. This is exactly what...

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Federated identity management

Federated identity Management

‘Federated identity management’ has its origins in the concepts of ‘Single sign on’ and ‘Identity management’. In order to completely understand ‘Federated identity management’ we have to skim through these concepts first. ‘Identity management’ is authenticating and authorizing differen...

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What is Firewall

Have you ever stopped to think about what it would be like to get home and discover had your property invaded? or you leave your car in a parking lot and upon returning to search you find out that it was broken into? This type of concern also occurs in information technology environments. Nowadays independent...

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How To Earn CompTia Security+

CompTIA Security+ certification is an assurance that a professional has mastered the latest skills and concepts that are the foundation to start a career in cybersecurity. IT professionals with Security+ certification are better prepared to sort out multiple issues when securing and fencing networks against c...

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Whatsapp vulnerability

Whatsapp vulnerability: What you should know

As most of us may be aware, Whatsapp is a free, popular cross-platform messaging service by means of which one can send text messages, voice messages, images, documents and make video calls. It is owned by Facebook and is currently used by over 1.5 billion people worldwide. The conversations that take place o...

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What’s New In COBIT 2019?

The launch of COBIT 2019 has created ripples in IT service management. Every organization irrespective of their turnover and size is talking about this upgraded version of COBIT 5. There is a mixed reaction to this upgradation from ISACA. Some believe that this new version was much needed in the present time ...

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Security Incidents that shaped the world in 2018

Social media, the restaurant industry, credit reporting agencies – it looks like none of the industries were spared the impact of breaches in 2018. With the year reporting lesser breaches than 2017, it was still a whopping 945 breaches that led to a leakage of 4.5 billion records in the first half of 2018. ...

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Social Engineering and its use cases

‘Social Engineering’ in the context of information security, refers to the manipulation of people to  execute an action or to release confidential information. It can be called a ‘method attack’, where one makes use of persuasion, sometimes abusing the user’s trust, to get information that can be u...

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Blockchain: The next generation of data security

  A critical element of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin is Blockchain technology. A blockchain is a digitized, decentralized, public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. Its foundational element, the block, records some or all of the recent transactions. A block goes into the blockchain as a p...

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Safeguarding your files from ransomware

Safeguarding your files from ransomware

      Ransomware was biggest online threat of 2017, overshadowing all other forms of cybercrime. It is a form of malicious software (or malware) that takes over your computer and threatens you with harm by encrypting all the personal data and documents and denying you the acc...

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All About BitCoin

Bitcoin was a nonexistent term in the past but now it is catching up really fast and grabbing everyone’s interest. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, well what is that? It is virtual money based on the technique of cryptography, not owned by any individual, corporation or government. It simplifies payments, m...

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CISSP Concentrations

Although Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification is a instant enhancement to a person’s resume, there are other CISSP concentrations as well which equip professionals in a better and more encompassing way. They not only provide better salaried jobs but also with lot more responsibi...

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Protecting your data from hack

Data protection the more passionate companies are towards protecting their data, the more determined hackers are in invading your space, your priority files and your chances of success. There are various anti-hacking techniques at work, but these don’t deter the hackers but that is because it is impor...

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KALI LINUX

Kali is a complete re-build of BackTrack Linux, adhering completely to Debian development standards. All-new infrastructure has been put in place, all tools were reviewed and packaged, and we use Git for our VCS. More than 300 penetration testing tools: After reviewing every tool that was included in Ba...

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Hamster Sidejacking

Hamster Sidejacking for eavesdrops

You know that everything sent over Wi-Fi is vulnerable to eavesdropping. A handful of hotspots now encrypt user data—usually with WPA—but the vast majority still expect customers to protect themselves. Sadly, many users continue to ignore even this simple threat. Those who know better often defend their d...

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