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What to Look for in Digital Forensics and Incident Response Experts

While it's true that the lines between cybersecurity roles have become blurred, some have more significant barriers to entry. The field of digital forensics and incident response (DFIR), in particular, is an altogether different beast. more

Why IT Security and DevOps Teams Are Often at Odds

Achieving an ideal organizational network means seamless development, operations, and security. Knowing and achieving that, however, is a great challenge. more

Mitigation and Remediation: Where Threat Intelligence Fits In

Mitigation and remediation are two words thrown around a lot in cybersecurity, often, interchangeably. While there exists a stark contrast between one and the other, both play a crucial role in security service providers' risk-related decisions. more

4 Cybersecurity Jobs Created in Response to Evolving Threats

Emerging malicious threats are driving the demand for new cybersecurity experts. The rise of ransomware and machine learning (ML)-driven attacks underscores the importance of having the capability to track and prepare to combat such threats. In response, the profession had to adapt quickly by employing staff with the necessary offensive and defensive skills. more

How Threat Intelligence Prevents Nameserver Takeovers and Their Far-Reaching Damage

In an ideal world, administrators should never run across threats to their web properties. However, human errors and vulnerabilities inevitably get in the way of cybersafety. Managed Domain Name System (DNS) providers, registrars, and services can sometimes put users at immense risk as well. more

Can Network and Threat Data Correlation Improve SIEM Solutions?

More and more businesses contend with rising cybersecurity threats. The mounting numbers are pressuring managed service providers (MSPs) to employ sophisticated tools to secure each of their client's systems, network architectures, and confidential information. more

Information Rights Management or User Access Management, Which One Is Better?

The current security landscape calls for intensive monitoring and analysis to effectively identify possible threats to applications, systems, and infrastructure. With millions of threats discovered monthly, security experts must revamp and update their cybersecurity measures and tools. more

Blacklisting or Whitelisting, Which Is Better?

Organizations in the cybersecurity industry must make crucial decisions to ensure they do the job right. One of these decisions includes whether to use blacklisting or whitelisting. more

Can Security Operations Centers (SOC) Benefit from Third-Party Threat Intelligence?

Businesses today have to deal with cybersecurity issues daily. Recent trends show an ever-increasing number of hacked networks and breached data. Studies also show that those victimized often have weak cybersecurity measures in place, forcing them to spend more on resources to combat oncoming attacks. more

4 Challenges in Digital Rights Management to Reflect On

Digital rights management (DRM) is undoubtedly a hot topic in today's connected environment. As over-the-top (OTT) media distribution channels fortify month after month, so do the risks that come with their use. Data theft, billion-dollar revenue losses, and compliance issues are just a few of these risks. As the year draws to a close, let's examine the persistent challenges in the DRM space and how IP geolocation can help in some cases. more