Cyber kill chain is dead


cyber kill chain vs MITRE

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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 →

Protect your business from IoT Botnets


Gartner, Inc. forecasts that 8.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020.¬†With the number of IoT devices dramatically accelerating, there is corresponding increase in the number of botnets and cyber-attacks. Also read -¬†Secure IoT Platform A traditional botnet is a... Continue Reading →

Secure IoT Platform


Internet connectivity is a two-way street. With these devices becoming a gateway to our homes, workplaces, and sensitive data, they also become targets for attacks. Look around a typical household and consider what could happen when even the most mundane devices are compromised: a weaponized stove, baby monitors that spy, the contents of your refrigerator... Continue Reading →

Future of Cyber Security with Connected Car Security


The way typical IT organization protects their critical assets with various security technology solutions such as two factor authentication, anti-virus protection, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, DDoS protections and many other technologies. The time has come now to shift the attention to other connected devices that are no more avoidable in everyone's life Over the past... Continue Reading →

India to attract investment USD 100 billion in communication sector


India is the world's second-largest telecommunications market, with over 1.2 billion subscribers as of September 2017. Availability of affordable smartphones and lower rates are expected to drive growth in the Indian telecom industry. With 70 per cent of the population staying in rural areas, the rural market would be a key growth driver in the coming... Continue Reading →

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