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A Trojan horse is a program that appears harmless but is, in fact, malicious. Attackers have long used Trojan horses as a way to trick end users into installing malware. Continue Reading
A DROWN attack can occur through more than a third of all HTTPS connections. Expert Michael Cobb explains how DROWN enables man-in-the-middle attacks and mitigation steps to take. Continue Reading
Does PCI DSS 3.2 mark the end of major updates to payment security compliance standards? Expert Mike Chapple discusses the update and what it means for organizations. Continue Reading
Expert contributor Karen Scarfone takes a look at Voltage SecureMail for encrypting email messages in the enterprise. Continue Reading
Expert contributor Karen Scarfone examines Trend Micro's suite of email encryption software products for securing email messages in the enterprise. Continue Reading
Machine learning applications are beneficial to enterprises, but there are also several risks involved. Expert Judith Myerson explains five ways to combat them.Continue Reading
A honeypot is a computer system that is set up to act as a decoy to lure cyberattacks and to detect, deflect, or study attempts to gain unauthorized access to information systems.Continue Reading
In this excerpt of Managing Online Risk, author Deborah Gonzalez outlines the main steps of a risk management model.Continue Reading
In this excerpt of Information Governance and Security, authors John G. Iannarelli and Michael O'Shaughnessy offer tips for establishing guidelines for all departments or sectors of a business.Continue Reading
In this excerpt of Integrated Security Systems Design, author Thomas L. Norman explains the tools of security system design, the place of electronics in the process, how to establish electronic security program objectives and the types of design ...Continue Reading
A recent survey indicated an increased use of risk assessment frameworks among enterprises. Here's why it's important to choose the right framework for your organization.Continue Reading
Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol that secures data communications between computers on an insecure network using strong authentication and encryption. SSH also refers to the utility suite that implements the protocol, and which can be used ...Continue Reading
In this excerpt of Designing and Building Security Operations Center, author David Nathans reviews the infrastructure needed to support a SOC and maintain SOC security.Continue Reading
Security gap analysis is a strong, reliable technique for enterprises looking to assure HIPAA compliance. Expert Mike Chapple explains how to perform the analysis.Continue Reading
Malware writers are becoming more sophisticated, increasing the threats to data privacy and security. To counter the growing risks of unauthorized access to proprietary or confidential information, the very best antimalware tools are essential.