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Top 5 Most Commonly Used IoT Protocols and Their Security Issues

Top 5 Most Commonly Used IoT Protocols and Their Security Issues

What happens when devices meant to make your life easier become tools for intrusion? Your smart TV could become a surveillance device, your fitness tracker could

How to Use Git Secrets for Better Code Security

How to Use Git Secrets for Better Code Security

You know that sinking feeling after you hit “commit”? That moment when you suddenly wonder, “Wait, did I just accidentally expose an API key or hardcode

9 Benefits of Zero Trust Architecture

9 Benefits of Zero Trust Architecture

Your organization’s data and applications are scattered across multiple cloud platforms and on-premise systems. How do you guarantee security in this sprawling digital landscape?   Cloud sprawl

7 Steps to ensure compliance with the CJIS security policy

7 Steps to ensure compliance with the CJIS security policy

A high-profile case hangs in the balance. Suddenly, court systems are paralyzed. Evidence is locked away, replaced by a ransom demand.  Every law enforcement agency’s nightmare

What does IAM PassRole do and How to Set it Up

What does IAM PassRole do and How to Set it Up

95% of cloud security fails are due to internal slip-ups. One wrong password, one sloppy permission, and your sensitive data are out in the open. Thankfully,

What is SSPM and do you need it in your stack?

What is SSPM and do you need it in your stack?

SaaS adoption has skyrocketed, offering organizations undeniable advantages. But beneath the surface lurk overlooked configuration errors. Misconfigured SaaS settings create security gaps. Broad permissions, weak defaults,

What is the Dirty COW exploit, and how to prevent it

What is the Dirty COW exploit, and how to prevent it

Dirty COW, a seemingly light-hearted name, masks a severe Linux privilege escalation issue. This bug has affected many older Linux systems, which is concerning given that

5 Steps to Building a Robust Cyber Resilience Framework

5 Steps to Building a Robust Cyber Resilience Framework

The reality of cybersecurity is simple – breaches will occur – and reactivity will always be the losing strategy. Having a cyber resilience framework shifts the

top 10 linux vulnerability scanners

Top 10 Linux Vulnerability Scanners for 2024

As you step into 2024, do you have absolute confidence in the security of your Linux systems? The stakes have never been higher, and the risk

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