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Penetration testing basics: The why, who and what

Simulating an attack against your network is one of the best ways to remediate security holes before the bad guys find them. Here, learn penetration testing basics and how it can help keep your enterprise safe.

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DevOps security tools match speed with safety

There are a lot of moving parts to adding security into a DevOps environment. Using application testing DevOps security tools are key to the equation.

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Learn how to identify frameworks for cybersecurity

Not all frameworks for cybersecurity are equal. ESG's Jon Oltsik explains what attributes make a cybersecurity framework and how to go about choosing and using one.

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How to prevent a TCP port 445 exploit

The WannaCry TCP port 445 exploit returned the spotlight to Microsoft's long-abused networking port. Network security expert Kevin Beaver explains how to detect and defend against such attacks.

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    Penetration testing basics: The why, who and what

    Simulating an attack against your network is one of the best ways to remediate security holes before the bad guys find them. Here, learn penetration testing basics and how it can help keep your enterprise safe.

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    Wireshark tutorial: How to sniff network traffic

    Learn how to use the Wireshark packet analyzer to monitor network traffic, as well as how to use the Wireshark packet sniffer for network traffic analysis and inspection.

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    How to transition to DevSecOps

    To help transition to a DevSecOps model to protect enterprises, security teams need to identify key stakeholders, provide examples of specific company security events and work toward creating crossover teams.

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    Confidence in 2020 election security mixed at DEF CON

    Confidence in the security of the 2020 election spanned the gamut, depending on who you asked at DEF CON's Voting Village, with local officials more optimistic than technologists.

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    Microsoft finds more BlueKeep-like vulnerabilities

    Microsoft disclosed four remote code execution flaws in Remote Desktop Services that are similar to BlueKeep, as well as other vulnerabilities in RDP.

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    Google wants an open alliance of vulnerability research

    After five years of running Project Zero, Google wants to expand the scope to an open alliance of vulnerability researchers all working toward the same goal to 'make 0day hard.'

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