Hacker in a security context refers to a type of computer hacker who is involved in computer security/insecurity and is able to exploit systems or gain unauthorized access through skills, tactics and detailed knowledge.
It is entirely possible that you or someone in your company will be held ransom by a cryptor at some point—a scenario that could have a devastating effect on your business. Learn how you can prevent such an attack and protect your business by downloading this guide.
See how APT 18 conducted its proof-of-concept attack, learn how attackers bypassed critical security controls and find out how you can eliminate blind spots, reduce risk, and respond and remediate faster.
This whitepaper explains the connection between risk management and cyber risk. By reading it, you will gain greater insight into the challenges posed by security blind spots, as well as the ways continuous network monitoring identifies hidden assets to reduce cyber risk.
With users connecting to unsecured public networks and running multiple applications from both company and personal devices, sensitive corporate data is more vulnerable than ever before. For your security policies to be effective, they need to bring all devices and applications under IT control and regulate user behavior
With users connecting to unsecured public networks and social media platforms on both company-owned and personal devices, sensitive data can now be accessed--and lost--from more endpoints than ever before.
Virtualization promises cost savings, improved productivity, and the ability to transform your business. But too often security can either detract from the performance gains that virtualization promises, or just not give you the protection you need. Getting the balance right is critical.
For virtualization security, there’s no one size fits all solution…and trying to fit your organization’s specific needs into the wrong security product can be a costly mistake. Do you know how to pick the right option for your organization?
Cybercriminals today are launching attacks against businesses by copying sophisticated malware and techniques used to target governments and high-profile organizations. Don’t get caught in the crossfire. Read our special report "Who's spying on you?"
Attackers are becoming increasingly skilled at planting malicious code on websites frequented by their desired targets, commonly called "watering hole" attacks. Join us for a live demo showing an example of such an attack, and how to detect it immediately using AlienVault USM.
With increasingly creative exploits, it is important to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to data protection. Performance monitoring tools that do not keep pace can leave your information vulnerable.