Security

Credential Stuffing Attacks – Definition, Detection and Prevention

A credential stuffing attack is a cybercrime technique where attackers use automated scripts and try them on a targeted website. It happens because the majority of users repeat similar credentials on more than one account. That means one data threat can also threaten several others. The attackers use tools like Sentry MBA to test such …

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Why Cybersecurity Should Be Your Organization’s Top Priority

Cybersecurity isn’t something new. Businesses are emphasized to protect their data systems from hackers for decades. Unfortunately, the escalating rate of digitalization that is consuming IT resources across organizations has led to basic network and device hygiene becoming one of the most neglected components of cybersecurity. It shows! Take the Petya and Equifax breaches for …

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Kubernetes Security Risks and Protection Methods

Kubernetes are tools that organizations can implement into their containers to automate a wide range of app deployments. However, being able to deploy these applications so effectively and efficiently comes with the downside of potential risks. These risks are often in the form of attacks from hackers who are looking to steal data, mine cryptocurrencies, …

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