The cybersecurity process entails ongoing monitoring and updating in response to the evolving threat environment. Below are some reasons why continuous cybersecurity monitoring is necessary, as well as the advantages of doing so.
In this blog, we’ll show you how to improve your cybersecurity posture quickly and effectively to defend your company from ever-changing cyberthreats.
According to Sophos, the cybersecurity industry can use GPT-3 (chatgpt) as a co-pilot to help combat attackers.
According to IDC, global spending on it security products and services is expected to reach $219 billion in 2023, a 12.1% rise from 2022.
According to Continuity, the average enterprise storage and backup device contains 14 vulnerabilities, three of which are high or critical risk and might result in a large compromise if exploited.
According to Searchlight Cyber, 93 percent of CISOs are concerned about dark web risks, and over 72 percent believe that intelligence on hackers is “critical” to defending their organization and increasing cybersecurity.
In this article, we’ll look at what shoulder surfing is, how it affects cyber security, and, most importantly, how you to protect yourself from such attacks.
Every day, security professionals encounter a variety of problems. One especially concerning issue is the lack of cybersecurity talent.
Google has intervened to remove a bogus Chrome browser extension from the official Web Store that posed as OpenAI’s ChatGPT service in order to gather Facebook session cookies and hijack users’ accounts.
Age verification guarantees that a user is legally old enough to view particular online content, preventing children from viewing explicit content.