Mobile applications require self-defensing capabilities

Software problems begin with errors made by coders Developers often lack security expertise and provide weight-age to the business process while developing client side applications such as mobile apps. With increased usage of smart phones and access to wireless internet keeps the application development market very busy. Organizations are moving towards digital platform and the... Continue Reading →

Enhance your SOC with Microsoft Security Graph Integration

The Microsoft Graph Security API simplifies integration with Microsoft and third-party security solutions. Using one endpoint, one software development kit (SDK), one schema, and one authentication mechanism, you can easily build integrated security applications, workflows, and analytics. Microsoft Graph is a collection of APIs that together provide a standard unified interface and schema for accessing... Continue Reading →

Stay away from attacks with Web Isolation

What is Web / Browser Isolation The technology essentially is a mini browser environment. It does all the web browsing on behalf of the user and then renders the content back to the end user.   This way the actual user's client browser just sees a rendered screen rather than all the native web content it... Continue Reading →

Part 2 :Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Achieve Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) in an Enterprise network How to achieve zero trust network access in Internal network The security devices should have the below capabilities to achieve the ZTNA in inside networks. Ensure the network access and user access policies are restricted based on the business needs and only the intended users... Continue Reading →

Part 1 : Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Overview In a traditional security model assumes that everything on the inside of an organization’s network can be trusted, but given increased attack sophistication and insider threats, new security measures need to be taken to stop them from spreading once inside. Because traditional security models design to protect the perimeter, threats that get inside the... Continue Reading →

Threat modeling frameworks and methodologies

Threat modeling is a process by which organizations can shift their security approach from reactively plugging exploits to proactively and systematically understanding and addressing potential threats in the design stage. This process identifies potential threats to the system, data/asset exposure, logical/architectural vulnerabilities, and relevant security controls to help evaluate security decisions, serve as a guide... Continue Reading →

Unpatched vulnerabilities; Is it problem worth solving?

Enterprise today are investing in world class security products and do hire talented workforce to keep their business assets safe from any attack vectors. According to IBM XForce Threat Intelligence Index 2019, the growing attack surface and rising risk in organization today are vulnerability remediation and effective patch management. Security leaders wanting their security operations... Continue Reading →

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