IT Security: What You Should Know
What is Information Technology (IT) security? Why makes it important and What are the best practices and tools for IT security?
More organizations are automating security in their development processes. Security automation is a vital tool that streamlines processes and integrates secure design early in the software development life cycle.
RSA, a form of public-key cryptography widely used to secure communication between multiple parties was discovered in 1977 by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir and Leonard Adleman. But they weren’t the only ones working on public-key encryption. Two Stanford technologists Whitfield Diffie and Martin E. Hellman introduced their own public-key cryptosystem just ahead of the RSA algorithm.
When most organizations look for automation solutions, they immediately turn to a security orchestration and automated response (SOAR) solution, which uses application programming interfaces (APIs) to automate response and remediation through playbooks. Implementing a SOAR solution is a huge undertaking that requires strategic planning and time to execute. The good news is there are other ways to quickly reap the benefits of automation before embarking on a total SOAR solution.
The Security Management Excellence Awards recognize Exabeam customers that distinguish themselves through excellence and innovation in security management across the following five categories: SIEM Modernizer, Cloud Navigator, Insider Threat Decoder, SOC Automator and IoT Security Pioneer.
Lateral movement techniques are widely used in sophisticated cyber-attacks in advanced persistent threats (APTs). Here the adversary uses techniques to access other hosts from a compromised system and get access to sensitive resources, such as mailboxes, shared folders, or credentials.
Exabeam has successfully completed a System and Organization Controls SOC 2 Type II Audit examination for our service offering and SaaS cloud platform. Read more about how Exabeam solutions can also be deployed in public cloud, private cloud and also hybrid environments.
But how safe is your university’s network? A recent report titled, “How Safe Is Your Data? Cyber-Security in Higher Education” reveals it might not be as safe as you think. The first step to protecting data is being aware of the threats.