Threat Hunting Skills Can Boost Your Cybersecurity Career

Threat Hunting Skills Can Boost Your Cybersecurity Career

Every year, cybercrime continues to increase. Consider the annual Internet Crime Report released by the FBI’s Internet Crime Center (IC3) in March. The survey found that American citizens lost about $6.9 billion to cybercriminals and online scammers throughout 2021—a...
Threat Hunting Skills Can Boost Your Cybersecurity Career

Insider Threats: Why These Cybersecurity Incidents Continue to Grow

With the rising threat of ransomware and other attacks that originate from outside organizations’ networks, it’s easy to forget the damage that an insider threat—whether it’s employee carelessness or something more malicious—can cause in both money and resources....
Threat Hunting Skills Can Boost Your Cybersecurity Career

Attackers Exploit OMIGOD Flaw in Azure Despite Microsoft Fixes

Cybercriminals are targeting Linux-based servers running Microsoft’s Azure public cloud environment that are vulnerable to flaws after Microsoft didn’t automatically apply a patch on affected clients in its infrastructure. Read the full article here If you’d like to...
Threat Hunting Skills Can Boost Your Cybersecurity Career

Data Privacy: What Technologists Should Know in 2022

Ever since EU lawmakers enacted the block’s groundbreaking General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) framework in May 2018, data privacy laws have sparked conversations among IT and security professionals (as well as consumers) over how organizations can best secure...
Threat Hunting Skills Can Boost Your Cybersecurity Career

How Third-Party Code Makes App Development a Cybersecurity Risk

For years, cybersecurity-minded organizations have attempted to convince their development teams to bring more security into the application development process. This includes creating modern disciplines such as DevSecOps as a way to build better, more secure code and...