Special Directive on Domain Name System (DNS) Compromise
Last week the USA’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sent out a directive for all agencies to upgrade their Domain Name System (DNS) security in light of a wave of Iranian hack attempts specifically targeted at compromising DNS. The compromise The Iranian cyber-criminals attempted (it’s unknown if they succeeded), to figure out through DNS records… (0 comment)

Threat Intelligence – Real or Hype?
Threat intelligence, we keep hearing about it from security vendors, but what is it really? Is it hype or marketing speak that will be promoted by those without a real grasp of what it means, or is it the real deal? One problem in defining threat intelligence is that one person’s threat intelligence is not… (0 comment)

Five cybersecurity best practices to follow in 2019
Research by Cybersecurity Ventures predicts ransomware alone will cost businesses around the world more than $11.5 billion in 2019. What’s worse, this same study also predicts businesses will experience a cyberattack every 14 seconds by 2019, up from once every 40 seconds in 2016. So what can you do to mitigate the increasing threat of… (0 comment)

Are you wasting money on this common cybersecurity investment?
A wasted investment is the last thing any organization needs, yet the cost of a cybersecurity solution doesn’t necessarily equate to value. Consider Security Information and Event Management, or SIEM tools for example. Dark Reading points out that the tool itself is not the key factor in the effectiveness – it must be properly configured… (0 comment)