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Attack Path Mapping: Protecting your Company’s “Crown Jewels” from Hackers

Security companies have taken on a new and innovative approach in the protection of proprietary corporate information. Traditional security approaches aren’t viable, even though higher dollar amounts are being invested. Attack Path Mapping or APM is a risk assessment as security departments see that the cybercriminals are making use of a shadow access via an alternative infrastructure. A company’s data is their “crown jewels” and Attack Path Mapping helps to
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South African Healthcare Industry Vulnerable for Cyberattacks

Cyber criminals are always on the lookout for the easiest way to breach a system. In the past, this often involved sophisticated coding to break into a network and steal critical data. However, the criminals have changed their method of attack as well as their focus. Over the last year or so, they have turned their attention to those industries that are most vulnerable as well as making use of
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System Penetration Testing: Why It’s Important and How it Can Keep You Secure

As cyberattacks around the globe have increased and cybercriminals add new and innovative methods to breach networks, businesses are now incorporating penetration testing as a way to catch the loopholes before the criminals do. Circumventing these criminals is an ongoing process, as each time you plug one hole, they develop the next generation of Trojans and security breach software. Doing a risk analysis via system penetration should be part of
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Ways to Improve Your Small Business Security

This is the fourth segment of a four part series devoted to helping small businesses understand cybersecurity and some of the steps that they can take to protect themselves. Small businesses are more susceptible to cybercrime simply due to the nature of the beast. Owners are embedded in the operations and success of the business and typically don’t have the additional staff to monitor and control potential breaches. It is
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Statistics On Small Business Cybersecurity: You Are At Risk

This is the third segment of a four part series devoted to helping small businesses understand cybersecurity and some of the steps that they can take to protect themselves. Small businesses are more susceptible to cybercrime simply due to the nature of the beast. Owners are embedded in the operations and success of the business and typically don’t have the additional staff to monitor and control potential breaches. It is