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  1. How to Convince Your Boss to Take Security and Compliance Seriously

    How to Convince Your Boss to Take Security and Compliance Seriously

     
    In this digital world, it is believed, one of the hardest things that IT experts do - is talking to their boss about security. You can report to the director, supervisor, or even the C-Suit itself. Either way, it can be tricky because your boss probably doesn’t know it, let alone many of the concepts being discussed. Time is precious to add things even more, so you have to drive upside down. You may need to show up in a few minutes, which can confuse people. And even if your organization has a specific goal, your boss is likely to manipulate someone. On the other hand, one must make sure about the below-mentioned facts before heading towards the boss:
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  2. Top 5 Email Security Best Practices to Prevent Malware Distribution

    Top 5 Email Security Best Practices to Prevent Malware Distribution

     
    With time, the occurrences of malware attacks have significantly increased as compared to the previous times. Not surprisingly, many organizations are high on the 2021 list of priorities for prevention and response planning for ransomware. And those who aren’t thinking about what else they can do should probably seek help, and better prepare their organizations for this type of attack.
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  3. What Are the First Steps in Navigating Your Hardware Security Journey?

    First Steps to Navigate Your Hardware Security Journey

     
    It is believed that every journey begins with the first step. The road to hardware - security is no different, but it may give a daunting impression, especially when you think about the constant and dangerous monitoring of cybercrime data. As security technology has become more sophisticated, cybercriminals have expanded their approach to targeting more secure targets, many of which exist at the hardware level. From individuals to government groups, security threats today and tomorrow are felt throughout the ecosystem, from the first vendor to the end-user.
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  4. Why You Should Be Spending More on Security

    2021's Importance of Spending More on Security

     
    It is natural for companies to focus on resilience, investing time, effort, and resources to improve their security to withstand the ever-changing threatening landscape. While not yet a significant portion of total business outflow, spending on security is growing in many organizations in hopes of protecting digital assets. However, investing is no longer a cure and does not guarantee greater resilience in the organization. Reasonable and appropriate spending is indeed a challenge to maximize return - on - investment.
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  5. CCNP Cheat Sheet

    CCNP Cheat Sheet - 2021 Edition

    Categories: Cisco , Cheat Sheet
    Cisco Certified Networking Professional (CCNP) is a group of certifications that prepares you for professions in the IT field. They explore the core concepts and knowledge you need to excel in your IT career. Since there are seven CCNP certifications, there is a wide range of selections for those seeking more experience, knowledge and preparation in the work force. The current CCNP certifications are:
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  6. ACCESS CONTROLS: MODELS AND METHODS

    What are Access Control Models and Methods

     
    Access control is a way of ensuring that customers are who they say they are and that they have the right access to company information. Access control is, at a high level, a selective restriction of access to data. It consists of two key components: authentication and authorization, says Daniel Crowley, head of research focusing on data protection for IBM's X-Force Red.
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  7. THE MOST COMMON SOCIAL ENGINEERING ATTACKS

    The Most Common Social Engineering Attacks

     
    Generally speaking, Social engineering, is the method of manipulating people into giving up confidential data. Social engineering assaults, like a burglar who dresses up as a delivery man to urge buzzed into a house, may happen face to face. The word social engineering is used for a wide variety of malicious behaviors done by human interactions. To trick users into making security errors or giving away confidential information, it uses psychological manipulation.
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  8. QUANTITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS

    Everything You Need to Know About Quantitative Risk Analysis

    Categories: Risk Management
    Effective risk identification and management are important to the success of projects. Regardless of the size or scale of your project, if you have not taken the time to define, categorize, prioritize, and evaluate the effect of external threats before work starts, achieving it on time and within budget is almost impossible.
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