How to prevent sniffing attacks

A sniffer is a software or hardware tool that allows users to monitor internet traffic in real-time. It has various benefits such as monitoring network traffic, identifying invalid nodes, and debugging application traffic. But sniffers have downsides as well. Cybercriminals use sniffers to tap into a network and capture confidential information.

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Data security is the new arsenal for CSOs

The old approach of perimeter security doesn’t hold well in modern landscape weighed down with increased breach incidents. A data security approach is the need of the hour.

Post pandemic, data is emerging as the most important asset for an organisation than ever before.

 With the recent increase in the number of cyber-attacks and data breaches across industries and different business sizes, data security is a prime concern for CSOs and CIOs of organisations.  There has been an increased number of targeted data breaches from the past many years which has increased since the pandemic outbreak.

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3 tips for data security in a multi-cloud environment

Multi-cloud environments are becoming the norm as businesses thrive to offer enhanced services to their customers. 85% of organizations are already using multi-cloud environments, and it is estimated that by 2021 the number will increase to 98%. That’s because multi-cloud environments offer various benefits like accommodating peak usage, minimizing downtime, and avoiding vendor lock-in, but they also bring in increased chances of security vulnerabilities.

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How to revamp your cybersecurity for the post-pandemic era

Organizations across the world are starting to resume business as the governments in many countries are lifting the COVID-19 lockdown. The world is getting back to normal, but the pandemic has created some new norms in business culture by causing a shift towards digitization. The world now knows the advantages that digitization brings. But the pandemic has demonstrated to us not only the advantages of digitization but also the vulnerabilities that it brings. As the number of personal and public devices used in remote working increases, it also increases the surface of potential vulnerabilities that can be exploited by cybercriminals.


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Using a VPN to secure remote access to your enterprise applications

Working remotely has been feasible for organizations for more than a decade now. To make remote working as convenient as possible, companies require cloud-based enterprise applications. These cloud-based remote applications allow employees to access enterprise applications and data from anywhere in the world and at any time. But these applications also increase potential cybersecurity risks.

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