Friday January 20, 2017
Majority of organizations persist in using the conventional procedure like mercantile security products to prevent faulty websites and malicious software. In spite of the fact that it is effective against few threats, the approach fails to prevent advanced attacks and is unfit to provide awareness about tactics of the attack. Organizations should follow a threat […]
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Tuesday December 20, 2016
The Android operating system influences OS security controls to protect user data, system resources, device integrity against malware, and provides application isolation. Android devices which contains firmware is vulnerable through a debugging feature left inside the bootloader acts as a backdoor and bypasses the authentication procedures. A backdoor is a security risk because there are […]
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Wednesday December 07, 2016
In a threat environment, rapid communication of real time threat information is the key to detect, respond to and contain targeted attacks in a short time. Aberrant activities such as port scans, planted malware or spear phishing on the network or miscellaneous hints on system can help enterprises to cite attacks. After the identification of […]
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Thursday November 17, 2016
Application Security Threat Research Series – Part 2: HTTP Verb Tampering Anybody with a flourishing business goes paranoid every now and then that a begrudging party might unleash an attack with the motive of bringing down the reputation of their brand. While it isnât always easy to stop meddlers, many companies fail to pay attention […]
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Friday October 14, 2016
The boom of hybrid cloud, BYODÂ and private virtual clouds are upon us, and as the use of bandwidth-intensive enterprise applicationsÂ spiking, many large players are spearheading the adoption of Software Defined Networks (SDN) for flexibility, availability and performance. After all the initial skepticism was put to rest, it is quite clear that SDN is here to […]
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