11 Feb

How to Build an In-House IoT Network

Companies that dare to build an in-house IoT network for the first time often make a grave mistake in underestimating how complex it will be, not only in terms of design, but also operation and management. On top of that, legacy network technologies and engagement models are still not able to support the requirements of large-scale IoT systems either, making things even harder.
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21 Jan

Internet of Things: 4 Biggest Fails of 2018

The concept of the Internet of Things – and its main advantage – is at the same time the biggest potential security risk for all those who have accepted it and have joined the circus, so to speak. Yes, people like having all the information all the time on all of their devices – neatly segmented and contextualized to fit their needs and situation. And yes, most of them haven’t given a second thought to providing access to their personal data to all kinds of services and systems in order to have everything they could ever want at the tips of their fingers – from comprehensive weather reports and traffic warnings to their own houses recognizing them as owners and turning the lights on upon entering. It is an interesting world we live in, with technology constantly at our beck and call, but are we also slowly starting to realize just how much we are allowing it to rule our lives? One could argue that every time the tech misbehaves or someone else takes advantage of it – and by proxy, us – it has failed us on some level. In that sense, let’s see the 4 times it did just that in 2018.

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17 Dec

Cyber Security: 6 Things That Will Happen in 2019

The cyber security landscape is wide and getting increasingly more complex with every year – even month. With big cyber attacks happening on a regular basis, it’s hard for businesses – big and small alike – to detect the attacks and keep their IT networks and data intact and unused against them and avoid devastating effects on the business.
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12 Dec

The 10 Steps of the Log Management Lifecycle (Infographic)

Implementing a log management system is a good way to keep your cyber security high-level, but it’s mostly done to analyze an attack after it’s happened. That is not when it’s best employed and just by looking at the 10 steps it consists of will you will know why.

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04 Dec

The Log Management Lyfecycle – In 10 Steps

Log management is usually – and with good reason – implemented in order to analyze network security events for detecting intrusions and forensic purposes. That is – to see what happened only AFTER a cyber attack has taken place. Granted, it is pretty hard to detect cyber attacks, but we’ve moved away from the traditional cyber security requirements onto auditing and compliance as the reason behind employing cybersecurity measures, together with slowly accepting the importance of logging systems and application management. The purpose of introducing logging into an IT network notwithstanding, the process itself has 10 distinct steps we have prepared here for you to get acquainted with in order to help you protect your company from cybersecurity predators. So, let’s get to it!

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26 Nov

12 Root Cause Exploits That Can Endanger Your Company’s Cyber Security (Infographic)

Identifying the underlying causes for potential cyber security attacks can prove to be of crucial importance for defending a company IT network no matter how secure it is considered to be. By creating a defense line that focuses on the basics first and foremost will help not only treat the symptoms of a cyber attack, but prevent it from ever happening. Take a look at the infographic to see the 12 resident guilty parties when it comes to root cause exploits that can destroy your company’s cyber security. read more

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22 Nov

8 Cyber Security Moves to Make to Protect Your Company

Cyber security is a fast-paced field unlike any other. With 15 potential leaks in a company security network every day, anywhere between 5.000 and 7.000 new software threats emerging on a yearly basis and tens of millions of unique malware programs attacking IT networks a year, the job is only becoming harder and harder. Moreover, a simple misstep from the people responsible for maintaining the appropriate security levels could compromise company assets, hurt revenues, destroy company reputation and cost people jobs. That is precisely why it’s paramount to know how to fight back and which moves you should make.

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12 Nov

5 Things That Make It Hard to Detect a Cyber Attack (Infographic)

The world of cyber security is hard to defend because of its very complex constitution. For the user, the multiplex nature of an IT network is its greatest advantage, but for the cyber security officer, it’s its greatest risk. With so many threat factors to pay attention to and prepare defense mechanisms for, detecting a cyber attack is quite challenging. Here are 5 things that make it hard to do.

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06 Nov

How to Respond Quickly to Cyber Attacks with SPEED (Infographic)

One of the most important things to do when experiencing a cyber attack is to detect and respond to it as soon as possible so as not to allow the attacker too much time inside your IT network. The less time they spend rummaging around and endangering the structure and all the data stored, the less damage to the company’s finances and reputation will be inflicted. Here is how to respond to cyber attacks quickly with SPEED!

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22 Oct

How to Detect a Cyber Attack

With the number of cyber threats, as well as successfully performed attacks, rising on a daily basis, businesses, regardless of their size, need to be more vigilant, prepared and quick to respond. Actually, small businesses have more at stake here since suffering a cyber attack for the majority of them means closing their doors.

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