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What is File Integrity Monitoring (FIM)

What is File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) Today, most IT systems that store and process information use file-based architectures. The core operating system and applications binaries, system and application configuration data, organizational data, and logs are stored in files. These files ultimately: Determine how the operating system, its subsystems and hosted applications should operate; Track (in
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Differences in Red, Blue and Purple Team

There is some confusion about the differences of Red, Blue, and Purple teams within Computer Security. The purpose of a Red Team is to find ways to improve the Blue Team, so Purple Teams should not be needed in organizations where the Red Team / Blue Team interaction is functioning properly. Red Teams are external entities
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Defense In Red Team

Defense in red team isn’t just about finding holes but to continue the sports analogy, a good red team engagement will also provide a playbook to improve that defense in the future. Effective red teaming operations don’t end with the discovery phase. You want to work with a red team consultant that offers remediation assistance
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Monitoring the Performance and Diagnostics of Network, 15 Indicators of Compromise on your network
15 Indicators of Compromise on your network. Most people don’t like to compromise; people dislike it even more when it jeopardizes our network.  Below we highlight the ways you can see a compromise coming and perhaps even stop it before it becomes an incident. Unusual Outbound Network Traffic You may not be able to keep people
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5 Keys To Conquering Container Security

5 Keys To Conquering Container Security

Containers present a golden opportunity to take bake security into development and operation processes.When it comes to enterprise application development, security is still a concern, comes just before the release is used. The rapid application of software provides a rare opportunity for security to move upstream (or in conversation, to facilitate shift left) and to
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VMware Horizon 6 Product Overview by E-SPIN, Three Ways Indicators of Compromise Help SOC Teams
Three Ways Indicators of Compromise Help SOC Teams Threat Intelligence plays a major role in the modern Security Operations Center (SOC). This threat data can help analysts to detect security incidents earlier, take more informed actions, and implement security controls to defend against known threats. Threat Intelligence includes context about threat actors, their intentions and
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What is Software Defined Security for SDN?, Reasons why behavior based IoC enhance security
Reasons why behavior based IoC enhance security Attackers are tricky Today’s attacks are increasingly fileless, meaning they don’t rely on having to write or download a file to infect the target device/system. Instead, they use the services that already exist on the device/system to perpetrate their exploit.  There are no specific strings, names, addresses or
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Start with the beachhead. In most situation where there is long term breach, there is a beachhead; the system attackers use to get into and maintain access to the network. This is the primary thing you want to find. Hackers generally install an implant such as a Remote Access Tool (RAT), rootkit, or backdoor on
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Red Team

Red team is a group of white-hat hackers that attack an organization’s digital infrastructure as an attacker would in order to test the organization’s defenses (often known as “penetration testing“). Companies including Microsoft perform regular exercises under which both red and blue teams are utilized. The use of cyber red teams provides “real-world attack simulations designed to assess and significantly improve the
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Taking a Comprehensive Approach to Container Security
Potential attack vectors that threaten containerized applications can be grouped into several types: Threats to the Build Environment The built environment should be at the top of your security checklist, especially as developers can not expect all to be security experts. Developers have an interest in building products as quickly as possible, meaning that they
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15 Tips for a Run-time Container Security Strategy
There have been many recent discussions on container security, but mostly focus on image scanning or host security and OS. The lack of enterprise security tools for the former has led people to focus too narrowly. It’s like an old saying “when all I have is a hammer, it all looks like nails.” Security is
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Indicator of compromise, IOC
Indicators of compromise (IOCs) are “pieces of forensic data, such as data found in system log entries or files, that identify potentially malicious activity on a system or network.” Indicators of compromise aid information security and IT professionals in detecting data breaches, malware infections, or other threat activity. By monitoring for indicators of compromise (IOCs), organizations
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How to Secure Enterprise Container Stack?
The main reason why the overtaking of the container is challenging is that container containers involve many moving parts that are constantly changing. What do I mean by that? I think, firstly, the fact that there are plenty of container platforms out there. The variety of used platforms makes it difficult to build a safety device
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Types of IT Policy Compliance

There are various type of IT policy compliance can be introduced. IT Policies or ICT policies can be broken down into categories of policies, for example: IT Governance, Risk and Compliance (IT GRC) policies, like a compliance policy. Project and Change Management policies. IT Goods or Services Acquisition policies. Availability management policies, like disaster recovery (DR), business continuity (BC).
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10 Steps For IT Policy Compliance

This article provides 10 steps for IT policy compliance who work hard to find things their organisation forgot to do. IT policy compliance is the implementation and management of information technology in accordance with accepted standards. Using the right approach can help a company manage its IT policy compliance in order to reduce operational risks and protect valuable
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What is Container Security and Issues ?

Container is a solution to the problem of how to obtain reliable software when moving from one computing environment to another. This may be from a developer’s laptop for testing environment, from staging environment to production, and possibly from a physical machine in a data center to a virtual machine in a private or public
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What is Policy Compliance?

Policy Compliance means conforming to a rules course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual. Regulatory compliance describes the goal that organizations aspire to achieve in their efforts to ensure that they are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws, policies, and regulations. Due to the increasing number of regulations and need for operational
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What is a Data Center Automation?

Data center automation is the process of managing and automating the workflow and processes of a data center facility. Data centers are simply centralized locations where computing and networking equipment is concentrated for the purpose of collecting, storing, processing, distributing or allowing access to large amounts of data. They have existed in one form or another
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In some organizations these terms are used interchangeably to identify processes meant to root our weaknesses in applications and infrastructure. That is for generic consumer or beginner user perception and way for express need relate to that domain of requirement. For the industry and professional who carry out the VAPT with extensive of working knowledge
E-SPIN DevSecOps and Application Security Technology Briefing
E-SPIN are please to organize a technology briefing event for the existing customer that complete complementary by E-SPIN for existing customer. The event theme and topic focus on DevSecOps, the modern and future standard for accelerate traditional application development to production 30x to 100x faster thru the automation, integration and eliminate unnecessary human intervention. The
IT operations and IT Applications differences
IT Operations and IT Applications is different, generally speaking. Yet, some functions overlap in some area. IT applications is usually in charge of business analysis, design, coding, testing, and custom software deployment and IT Operations is not. The two functions overlap in the following areas: Off-the-shelf software installation and configuration for business applications support Database maintenance
impact of digital on IT operation management
Digital — through the cloud, mobile and social — accelerates the cadence of application development while fine-graining IT and exposing it to the open web. Without deeper automation to monitor and resolve recurrent incidents, the scale of complexities and the volume of repeatable workload resulting from the emergence of digital may be too much for
Next generation
A company’s digital strategy not only has to be based on a next-generation technology platform designed for the digital enterprise, but it also needs to successfully converge with the company’s legacy systems. As with the fourth generation of manufacturing — Industry 4.0 — whereby robots and connected machinery are digitizing production processes, the next generation
Difference between Rugged DevOps and DevSecOps
DevSecOps vs. Rugged DevOps DevSecOps and Rugged DevOps are critical in the market where software updates are often performed several times daily and old security models can not be maintained. DevSecOps adds a robust security tool to traditional DevOps practices from Day 1. DevOps engineers are prudent to safeguard measures to all levels of software
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DevSecOps Best Practices: Automate Early and Often
1. Check your code dependencies Separate audit performed by companies on over 1,000 commercial applications indicates that 96% of them include open source components. More than 6 in 10 applications contain known security vulnerabilities in the component, and some have been there for four years. However, only 27% of respondents said they had a process
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What is the meaning of DevSecOps?

What is the meaning of DevSecOps?

The meaning of DevSecOps is a philosophy of integrating security practices in the DevOps process. DevSecOps involves creating a ‘Security as a Code’ culture with continuous, flexible collaboration between release engineers and security forces. The DevSecOps movement, like DevOps itself, focuses on creating new solutions for complex software development processes in an agile framework. In
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IT Operation Management(ITOM)

IT Operations Management (ITOM)

IT Operations Management (ITOM)  involved technology infrastructure components and requirements of individual applications, services, storage, networking and connectivity elements within an organization. In other words, IT Operation Management responsible for smooth functioning of an infrastructure and operational environments that support application deployment to internal and external customers, including network infrastructure; server and device management; computer operations; IT infrastructure library
Accelerate government transformations success rate
The whole world in the process of digital transformation (DT), every company in every size, all is attempt to accelerate their digital transformation before their competitor did. Digital transformation (DT) also be the global trend for government, and government transformations if you read in the global news, it take place every country in the globe.
How NOC Improve Data Center Availability
Network Operation Center (NOCs) is a central location where organizations support computer networks and telecommunications infrastructure, track and resolve IT infrastructure incidents, and ultimately ensure availability of data centers. Sometimes they are located in the data center, sometimes externally. They are usually connected to a high-speed internet connection or directly to the internet’s backbone to
Network Operation Center Best Practices
A Ticketing system The ticket system will allow you to keep track of all open, urgent issues and people assigned to handle each task. Knowing all the issues that are pending will help you prioritize transitional tasks and provide the best service to your customers. Knowledge-base system Keep a central resource for all the knowledge
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