Digital workplace security for social media generations

Who are social media generations? Social media generations are commonly referred as ‘GenZ’ or ‘iGen’ or ‘Centennials’. The center for generational kinetics define birth years of GenZ as being 1996 to the present. There are currently over 23 million Gen Z in the United States. Within the next five years, they will become the fastest-growing... Continue Reading →

Part 3 : Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Zero trust network access is an IT security model that requires strict identity verification for every person and device trying to access resources on a private network, regardless of whether they are sitting within or outside of the network perimeter. In order to achieve this there is no single specific technology is associated with zero... 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 →

Deepfake – Seeing is no longer believing

What is Deepfake Deepfakes are fake videos or audio recordings that look and sound just like the real thing, today anyone can download deepfake software and create convincing fake videos in their spare time. Deepfakes exploit this human tendency using generative adversarial networks (GANs), in which two machine learning (ML) models duke it out. One ML model... Continue Reading →

Revolutionary threat hunting platform for massive data

A global platform for analyzing enterprise security telemetry Enterprises today has security systems in place, often including network security devices such as firewalls, SIEMs, IDS, secure web gateways, network anomaly behavior, deception, packet capture, and endpoint security devices such as EDR technologies, email security, encryption technologies, etc.. Together, these solutions generate massive amount of telemetry... Continue Reading →

Modern CyberSOC – Brief and Implementation Strategy on building a Collaborative Cyber Security Infrastructure

In earlier years, everyone depends on SOC (includes firewalls, WAF, SIEM, etc.) and the prioritize in building the SOC provides security and the CIA was maintained. However, later the emerge of the attacks and the threat actors becomes more challenge and the existing SOC will not able to provide better security over the CIA. There... Continue Reading →

Cyber kill chain is dead

cyber kill chain vs MITRE

Threat Hunting = Use humans to find stuff

Organizations realize that cyber security investments are not avoidable in digital economy and has leading security technologies to identify, protect, detect, respond and recover from various attack vectors. But, Can they sit and relax for tools and technologies to alert them? If yes, why companies waiting an average of 220 days between the intrusion and... Continue Reading →

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