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  • The New SEC Rules and What They Mean for CISOs

    The New SEC Rules and What They Mean for CISOs

    The onslaught of cyber attacks in the past years has prompted government agencies to take the lead in improving cybersec[...]

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  • What Does the Threat Landscape Look Like According to the 2024 Verizon DBIR?

    What Does the Threat Landscape Look Like According to the 2024 Verizon DBIR?

    When we know what threats we’re up against, we can prepare better. For this reason, reports like Verizon’s annual Data B[...]

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  • Detecting the Top 25 CWEs with EASM

    Detecting the Top 25 CWEs with EASM

    Everything happens for a reason. For most vulnerabilities on the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) list, the re[...]

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  • The Importance of Asset Attribution to External Attack Surface Management

    The Importance of Asset Attribution to External Attack Surface Management

    The prevalence of cyber attacks has become a harsh reality. A study shows that 69% of organizations have fallen victim t[...]

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  • NIS 2 Compliance: From Asset Discovery to Risk Management

    NIS 2 Compliance: From Asset Discovery to Risk Management

    No entity across industries and regions is safe from cyber attacks. The European Union (EU) Agency for Cybersecurity (EN[...]

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  • Using EASM Together With the Mitre ATT&CK Framework

    Using EASM Together With the Mitre ATT&CK Framework

    External Attack Surface Management (EASM) platforms and attackers employ  similar reconnaissance techniques for sca[...]

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  • Securing ISO 27001 Compliance: Attack Surface and Risk Management Essentials

    Securing ISO 27001 Compliance: Attack Surface and Risk Management Essentials

    Building customer trust takes a lot of hard work, and a single security incident can jeopardize it all. In fact, IBM[...]

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  • OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities Detection through EASM

    OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities Detection through EASM

    Threat actors strategically capitalize on their knowledge of existing vulnerabilities to target susceptible victims. The[...]

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  • Overcoming the Top SOC Analysis Challenges with EASM

    Overcoming the Top SOC Analysis Challenges with EASM

    A day in the life of a security operations center (SOC) analyst likely involves sifting through mountains of data and al[...]

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  • What Does Effective External Attack Surface Management in 2024 Entail?

    What Does Effective External Attack Surface Management in 2024 Entail?

    Defending against external threats has become more critical than ever given that outsiders are said to be responsible fo[...]

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  • Your Digital Supply Chain Is Expanding Your Attack Surface

    Your Digital Supply Chain Is Expanding Your Attack Surface

    As organizations increasingly rely on third-party vendors and suppliers for their day-to-day operations, their digital e[...]

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  • Scaling Up? 4 Critical Questions to Manage Your Expanding Attack Surface

    Scaling Up? 4 Critical Questions to Manage Your Expanding Attack Surface

    Standing still is not an option for organizations that want to succeed. Companies must constantly strive for growth by e[...]

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  • Vulnerability Assessment: Types and Methodology

    Vulnerability Assessment: Types and Methodology

    Vulnerability assessment identifies and evaluates security issues in digital systems and infrastructures that can potent[...]

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  • Active and Passive Vulnerability Scanning: What Is the Difference?

    Active and Passive Vulnerability Scanning: What Is the Difference?

    Vulnerability scanning is an integral part of attack surface analysis, helping security teams identify security issues,[...]

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  • Types of Web Application Attacks

    Types of Web Application Attacks

    Web applications are a prime cyber attack target because they often contain sensitive data, such as customer information[...]

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  • 4 Common Network Vulnerabilities

    4 Common Network Vulnerabilities

    Although threat actors aim to take advantage of the latest vulnerabilities, there are also recurring weak aspects of net[...]

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  • Penetration Testing versus Vulnerability Scanning: How Do They Differ?

    Penetration Testing versus Vulnerability Scanning: How Do They Differ?

    Penetration testing or pentesting for short and vulnerability scanning are critical processes that help organizations id[...]

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  • How to Find Vulnerabilities in a Website

    How to Find Vulnerabilities in a Website

    Website vulnerabilities are exploitable weaknesses that allow attackers to access data without authorization, steal sens[...]

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  • CWE Vs. CVE Vs. CVSS: What Are the Differences?

    CWE Vs. CVE Vs. CVSS: What Are the Differences?

    When protecting your digital infrastructure from threats, it’s critical to become familiar with security standards like[...]

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  • How Are Attack Vectors and Attack Surfaces Related?

    How Are Attack Vectors and Attack Surfaces Related?

    Attack vectors and attack surfaces are deeply intertwined cybersecurity concepts. In a nutshell, an attack surface is th[...]

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