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Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) “a solution that converges endpoint device security functionality into a single product that delivers antivirus, anti-spyware, personal firewall, application control and other styles of host intrusion prevention (for example, behavioral blocking) capabilities into a single and cohesive solution.”
The most comprehensive Endpoint Protection Platforms integrate with other security measures such as vulnerability, patch, and configuration management capabilities, resulting in more proactive protection
SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation and Response) is a solution stack of compatible software programs that allow an organization to collect data about security threats from multiple sources and respond to low-level security events without human assistance. The goal of using a SOAR stack is to improve the efficiency of physical and digital security operations. The term, which was coined by the research firm Gartner, can be applied to compatible products and services that help define, prioritize, standardize and automate incident response functions.
The role of AI in cyber security will become increasingly critical to mitigating threats. Why? Because of the increasing volume of data relating to this issue. This increasing volume of data is coming from increasing technology being interconnected and exposed. The more technology and interconnection via the internet, the more data and the more difficulty making sense of that data. The only way organizations can do this effectively is with AI.
AI can provide faster and more accurate benchmarking predictions and expected loss costs of cyber events to an individual and groups within companies, The technology is a key part of this quantification process.
Containers are popular because they make it easy to build, package, and promote an application or service, and all its dependencies, throughout its entire lifecycle and across different environments and deployment targets. Container security is the protection of the integrity of containers. This includes everything from the applications they hold to the infrastructure they rely on. Secure container is a lightweight, executable software package that has been isolated from other software or processes running on the same virtual or physical host.
Urban critical infrastructure such as electric grids, water networks and transportation systems are prime targets for cyberattacks. These systems are composed of connected devices which we call the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). An attack on urban critical infrastructure IIoT would cause considerable disruption to society. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems are typically used to control IIoT for urban critical infrastructure. SCADA as a software subclass holds unique risk attributes for IIoT. And there for need to be address
software or a service that manages the secure transfer of data from one computer to another through a network (e.g., the Internet). MFT software is marketed to corporate enterprises as an alternative to using ad-hoc file transfer solutions, such as FTP, HTTP and others.
MFT centers around the secure and efficient transfer of data, but most MFT software solutions offer additional features such as reporting (e.g., notification of successful file transfers), non-repudiation, audit trails, global visibility, the ability to automate file transfer-related activities and processes, end-to-end security, and performance metrics/monitoring.
Pairing digital rights management (DRM) with content-aware data classification (offered by most DLP vendors) ensures that highly sensitive information is automatically protected while less important information is not. Integrating DRM and DLP is critical to a holistic data protection and IT security strategy.
DLP was designed to identify sensitive data (in motion, in use or at rest) and then perform basic remediation/enforcement actions based on the data’s classification (e.g. allow, encrypt, block or quarantine).
DRM solutions historically focused solely on DRM-encryption and providing end users with controls over how data was shared and what recipients could do with it.
Failure to integrate DRM and DLP significantly handicaps both solutions at any organization.
Incident response software automates the process of and/or provides users with the tools necessary to find and resolve security breaches. Since Cyber security incident management is not a linear process; it’s a cycle that consists of a preparation phase, an incident detection phase and a phase of incident containment, mitigation and recovery. The final phase consists of drawing lessons from the incident in order to improve the process and prepare for future incidents. During this cycle communication with both internal and external stakeholders is of critical importance.
Many organizations may not have the necessary in house expertise and skills to respond adequately to a cyber-security incident. When they are facing an incident, they may need to call upon experts to contain the incident and/or to carry out forensic investigations.
Zero Trust is a security concept centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters and instead must verify anything and everything trying to connect to its systems before granting access.
The Zero Trust model of information security basically kicks to the curb the old castle-and-moat mentality that had organizations focused on defending their perimeters while assuming everything already inside didn’t pose a threat and therefore was cleared for access.
Cybersecurity regulation comprises directives that safeguard information technology and computer systems with the purpose of forcing companies and organizations to protect their systems and information from cyberattacks like viruses, worms, Trojan horses, phishing, denial of service (DOS) attacks, unauthorized access (stealing intellectual property or confidential information) and control system attacks. There are numerous measures available to prevent cyberattacks.
Regulation in cyberspace is an emerging challenge, the Israeli approach to cyber threats in the business-civilian sector is innovative and relatively decentralized.
The regulation of the business sector is in the hands of various regulators and is sometimes overseen directly by the relevant government ministry (such as in the case of healthcare), the relevant state authority (for example, the supervisor of the banks) or a private organization with expertise in the domain that is hired by the state as a regulatory intermediary (for example, in the case of the Ministry of Energy).
Cyber Intelligence can be defined as the tracking, analyzing, and countering of digital security threats. This type of intelligence is a mixture if physical espionage and defense with modern information technology. Cyber attackers leave traces (digital records) in digital world, just a like a normal criminals and they can be traced by the tools they use. These records are collected by different cyber security firms and shared/sold without any means of processing.
The cyber intelligence community provides security against digital threats such ad viruses, hackers, and terrorists that aim to steal sensitive information over the Internet. Cyber intelligence is the process of transforming the data, gathered by ‘traditional methods of intelligence’ from the platforms of the attackers, into an actionable report for the target institution.
Software applications are complex and can be vulnerable to a wide variety of security issues. Possible issues range from bad code and security misconfigurations to authorization failure. To solve these issues, every team member should consider the security implications of what they are working on. This is when you build security into the tools and practices in the DevOps pipeline, rather than adopting an incident response system, everyone is responsible for security right from the start, including in the planning stages. SecDevOps uses continuous and automated security testing even before the application goes into production. It implements issue tracking to ensure the early identification of any defects. It also leverages automation and testing to ensure more effective security tests throughout the software development lifecycle.
In a world of sophisticated threats and complex IT, visibility is becoming ever more crucial to security. Organizations need visibility across the whole attack continuum to protect themselves effectively – whether they’re assessing risks, detecting threats, protecting assets or responding to attacks. Yet, today, it’s often cyber-criminals that have the visibility advantage.
Without visibility, how can you know what assets to protect, and what weaknesses to bolster?
Security awareness is the knowledge and attitude members of an organization possess regarding the protection of the physical, and especially informational, assets of that organization. Being security aware means you understand that there is the potential for some people to deliberately or accidentally steal, damage, or misuse the data that is stored within a company's computer systems and throughout its organization. Therefore, it would be prudent to support the assets of the institution (information, physical, and personal) by trying to stop that from happening.
(SECaaS or SaaS) is a business model in which a service provider integrates their security services into a corporate infrastructure on a subscription basis more cost effectively than most individuals or corporations can provide on their own. Security as a service offers a number of benefits
is the process of making apps more secure by finding, fixing, and enhancing the security of apps. Much of this happens during the development phase, but it includes tools and methods to protect apps once they are deployed. The faster and sooner in the software development process you can find and fix security issues, the safer your enterprise will be. Because everyone makes mistakes, the challenge is to find those mistakes in a timely fashion.
is an IT industry term that covers the real time monitoring of all of your key IT assets, processes and data management. It requires a detailed understanding of how you use technology in your business so that monitors can be tailored to you needs. Some forms of proactive monitoring are always on.
Using the MSSP model, the Cyberdome service enables the customer to respond to a wide range of threats. It's a simple, monthly fee-based service model that gives you a live, breathable cyber solution that advances with security challenges and provides the most appropriate protection suit at the right moment. The Cyberdome service provides end-to-end solutions to the threat of information security in the organization. Unlike other services, this is not just a managed SOC, response team, or other security circle for the organization, but continually handling information security, a service that in fact becomes an integral information security team in the organization