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Lists of Major Myths in Zero Trust Architecture

Zero trust architecture is focused on what the business needs and to be functionally in organization systems by implementing network-centric date security that provides access to the only person who needs it. In a legacy network, organizations have little to no visibility or control regarding network and data usage, but with a Zero Trust Architecture,

Introduce of Zero Trust Architecture for IT Security

The organization that need to reliably prevent the exfiltration of sensitive data and want to improve their system to defend again modern cyber threats can consider a Zero Trust architecture. This Zero Trust is introduced by analyst firm Forrester Research that alternative architecture for IT security. So Zero Trust, Zero Trust Network or Zero Trust

Benefits of Zero Trust for Business and Security

The organization today operates differently a few years ago. Organizations are increasingly turning away from solutions that secure the perimeter and then trust everything inside and are instead moving to a zero trust security model to protect sensitive resources and data. Under the assumption that a Zero Trust solution dynamically and continually assesses trust every

How to Prevent, Detect and Recover Cryptojacking Cybercrime

This cyber crime will affect and give damages to mobile phone, machine and computer devices. Furthermore, it will give a bad experience to group or company because it will cause loss a lot of money to fix and replace the new machine. This article will help to explain on how to prevent, detect and recover

Impact of Cryptocurrency to Financial Industry

INTRODUCTION A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that is made by Bitcoin’s foundation and secured by advanced encryption method, cryptography and it related to blockchain technology. Cryptography also function as to  control the creation of new coins. Due to its strong and advanced security, it is impossible that this currency may be faked

Cryptojacking : Cryptocurrency and Hijacking

What is Cryptojacking? Cryptojacking word is a combination of word cryptocurrency and hijacking. It is one of the cyber criminal that will exploits vulnerability of computer system around the world. Cryptojacking also known as malicious cryptomining is accessing someone else’s computer, mobile device or Internet of Things devices without permission to mine the money digital

E-SPIN please to announce for the following latest round of the technology update and upgrade for the following related product lines compiled from the various technical resources for easy reading in one go: D2 Elliot Web Exploitation Framework 1.14, August 7 2018 D2 Elliot has been updated with 11 new web exploits. Payloads and workflows

Given today’s evolving threat landscape, it’s understandable that organizations want to take a proactive approach against threats, create an environment of continuous compliance, and have responsive IT operations processes. Organizations want to reduce risk exposure and the attack surface, detect and respond to advanced threats, and drive down security operations costs. CHALLENGE 1: THE RECOGNIZED

3 big application security trends of 2017

Do you think your small business is at risk of being hacked? An overwhelming 87% of small business owners don’t think so. But, your business might be at risk more than you realize. About half of small businesses experience a cyber attack. Small businesses are appealing to hackers. Small businesses typically have a moderate amount

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018

Ransomware It is no surprise that this features so highly after 2017’s headlines. In terms of evolution, it was predicted that after the mass distribution we would see more targeted attempts, with Eric Klonowski, senior advanced threat research analyst at Webroot, predicting the first health-related ransomware targeting devices like pacemakers. “Instead of ransom to get

How to WUG APM Create Multi Server Single Custom APM by E-SPIN, 6 Keys to Global Supply Chain Security

“E-Governance” or “e-Gov” means using electronic media, particularly the web, to deliver public information and public services. E-Governance applications empower citizens and businesses to transact Governance business on-line that might otherwise require “a trip downtown”. Agencies benefit, too, from reduced paperwork, improved databases, and increased efficiency. There are four pillars of E-Governance:- 1. CONNECTIVITY:-Connectivity is

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