Freelancers are increasingly becoming popular as more people seek to make money outside of traditional 9-5 jobs. This new way of working has many benefits, but it also comes with unknown cybersecurity risks that freelancers need to be aware of. Read a comprehensive freelancer cybersecurity guide on secure PC networks. Continue reading A Comprehensive Freelancer Cybersecurity Guide on Secure PC Networks
With so many cybersecurity threats looming on the horizon, it’s hard to know where to start your information security policy. This blog post will highlight all the top cybersecurity threats and how to fix them. What are the Top Cybersecurity Threats? Continue reading What are the Top Cybersecurity Threats?
Transferring cybersecurity monitoring functions to a third-party virtual contractor is not a new topic. Security Operations Center (SOC) functions outsourcing has become widespread practice not only for large companies but also for relatively small organizations. Key client questions have also changed. It is not about proving the need for outsourced SOCs per se. Customers are rather concerned about the actual technology stack and security guarantees. How do you select a virtual SOC solution for your business? Continue reading How Do You Select a Virtual Security Operations Center Solution for Your Business?
If security breaches emerge and get exploited by attackers, it would be unfair to blame only flaws in the source code. Network and server security plays an important and sometimes central role in protecting data and ensuring reliability. Therefore, attention should be paid to both the quality of software development and the protection of the infrastructure. What are common best practices for secure software development? Continue reading What are Common Best Practices for Secure Software Development?
Writing Information Security Policy must address the mushrooming size of the physical Internet, the ever-increasing volume of data being squeezed through it, and the wider range of information security. When you say “computer security”, what comes to mind most often are external threats: hackers, malware, viruses, botnets. But when you look at computer and IT trends, new technologies — mobile devices, social networking, and the like — pose a much greater threat to the integrity of your company. What should you write in your information security policy?
Advancements in technology have improved how organizations go about their daily businesses. Technology has made things a lot faster with maximum efficiency. Undoubtedly, that’s good news. However, on the other side of the coin, technology has its unique challenges — cybersecurity. How do businesses protect data from a data breach? Continue reading How Do Businesses Protect Data from a Data Breach?