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Cost Increases: Unless the organization pays the hackers, ransomware may restrict employees from accessing any IT systems. This imposes a significant financial burden. According to Hiscox, 6% of organizations paid a ransom in 2019, resulting in a loss of $381 million. In order to comply with cybersecurity requirements, businesses must also retain attorneys and other[…]

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Cyber attacks are dangerous business. Cyber assaults can result in power outages, the breakdown of military equipment, and the disclosure of national security secrets. They can lead to the theft of important and sensitive data, such as medical information. They have the ability to interrupt phone and computer networks as well as paralyze systems, rendering[…]

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The process of finding risks and vulnerabilities (Vulnerability Assessment) in computer networks, systems, hardware, applications, and other aspects of the IT ecosystem is referred to as vulnerability assessment. Vulnerability assessments give information to security teams and other stakeholders, allowing them to analyse and prioritize risks for future repair in the appropriate context. Vulnerability assessments are[…]

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ICONIS, a global cybersecurity services provider based in South Africa is proud to announce SentinelOne (S1) as their preferred platform as they are pioneering the future of cybersecurity with autonomous, distributed endpoint intelligence aimed at simplifying security attacks without forgoing enterprise capabilities. Their technology is designed to scale people with automation and frictionless threat resolution.[…]

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SIEM is an acronym that stands for security, information, and event management. SIEM technology combines log data, threat management, and activities into a central system to provide real-time security monitoring analysis. SOCs invest in SIEM software to improve visibility across their organization’s environments, analyse log data for incident response to cyberattacks and data breaches, and[…]

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A penetration test (pen test) is a legally sanctioned simulated attack on a computer system to assess its security. Penetration testers employ the same equipment, methods, and practices as attackers to identify and illustrate the business implications of system flaws. Penetration tests typically simulate a series of threats that could endanger a company. They can[…]

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An SSL certificate is required for any company website that handles sensitive or financial data, such as online transactions, submission forms, and login sessions. Why? An SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate encrypts data for secure internet transmission. If the online address bar has the letters “HTTPS” instead of “HTTP,” the site has an SSL certificate.[…]

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Every year more and new cyber threats enter the market always adapting and always changing however, this does not exclude old and established cyber threats from developing and becoming more dangerous, here are few new methods and types of threats to look out for in 2022: Social Engineering: Social engineering is still one of the[…]

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