Linux allows anyone to create their own distribution or distro for short. Kali Linux is a popular penetration testing focused distro. It’s maintained by Offensive Security, a well respected penetration testing company which also offers training courses for security related certifications. What is penetration testing? Penetration testing, or pen testing, involves testing a system or...Read More
Cybersecurity is on a lot of people mind recently, whether it is because of data breaches or the fear of such an event happening to your business. For any business to prosper, cybersecurity training for the employees is a must for modern businesses. Over the years, many things have changed, including the technology required to handle different operations at the work. Many business have been...Read More
Why Small businesses need an incident response plan
An incident response plan is a written plan which contains detailed guidelines on how the company will handle an unexpected disaster. These unexpected events may include weather, problems with day to day operations, accidents, and cyberattacks. In the modern world, small companies are the most vulnerable when it comes to cyberattacks. Hackers...Read More
What is Zero Trust?
Are you searching for the most recent and reliable way to protect your network? Learn more about the Zero Trust model as the most secure traditional network security. It is a security-centered model that focuses on an enterprise’s idea not to have another trust option beyond what it perceives as its boundaries. On the other hand, the enterprise should strive to have...Read More
What is DNS?
For the lack of a better term, DNS, the Domain Name System, is the phone book of the internet. Computers do not understand letters. They run on numbers. Every computer on the internet has a numeric address. When you type your favorite website’s name on your browser, DNS, in the background, converts that name to its numeric address so that your computer can find your website and...Read More
What are Sandboxes?
If you were lucky, when you were a kid, you had a sandbox to play in. Ah, the memories. Unfortunately, that’s not what we are talking about today but this technology does get its name from them. Computer sandboxes give software running in them a place to reside while being isolated from the rest of the system. The idea is to run untrusted software in this safe area...Read More