Cyber Security Awareness and Vulnerabilities Blog

Zombie accounts, also known as abandoned accounts, are user accounts left with no verifiable owner. This happens most often when someone leaves your company and their access to a certain application is never terminated. In a perfect world, the person that leaves you…

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You can have all the tools in place: firewalls, security programs, routinely updated passwords and security team members. But that still might not be enough. We advocate for increased employee security awareness trainings as well as maintaining the patches and updates required for programs…

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As with most anything in life, you want to set SMART goals. Setting goals that follow this guideline (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound) allows you to form hypotheses and set firm parameters around your work and what potential outcomes to expect. This…

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Before I start, I need to come clean and tell you that I love enterprise software. Weird? Maybe. However, after working in the industry for many years and for many different companies, enterprise software is the basis for what drives business. Whether it’s…

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We're always trying to simplify how you go about pen-testing your organization. Anytime you make something too complicated there becomes unnecessary barriers to completion. Enjoy this free Guide to Penetration Testing to ensure you complete your penetration tests quickly and efficiently. 1. Project scope Before starting…

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I recently was watching an old episode of “Friends”. During this one particular episode, Ross was trying to move a couch into his upstairs apartment. As they were trying to carry the couch upstairs, they reached a point where they had to turn…

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Internships are becoming more and more necessary in order for college students to land a job straight out of college. In fact, over 85% of college students complete internships every year. With numbers like these, it’s quite possible that you have a few…

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Don’t be misled into thinking that because you have a Penetration Tester that you have a Red Team – or that because you have a Red Team you have a Penetration Tester. While some functions may overlap, you are getting two different things…

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The terms “hacking” and “hackers” often get a bad reputation. This tends to have a fairly negative connotation because of the nature these words are often used in. I’d like to think I’m not alone in envisioning some scary guy hanging out in…

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Imagine a world where the mundane parts of Identity and Access Management (IAM) are automated. We pass audits with ease. We don’t wake up in the middle of the night sweating about whether the right people have the right access. Our end users…

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