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In SpyCloud’s Ransomware Defense Report, its annual survey of CISOs or Chief Information Security Officers and heads of IT security from Canada, the UK, and US they found that that security teams are starting to lose hope that they can

Cloud access security brokers (CASBs) are on-premises, or cloud-based security policy enforcement points, typically placed between cloud service consumers and their cloud service providers (CSB). The solutions often combine and add enterprise security policies when cloud-based resources are accessed. Further,

A Vulnerability Management Case Study Authors of this blog post include Subramani Sundar- Director, Threat & Vulnerability Management, Tamika Miyashita- Security Project Manager, Tanveer Chowdhury- Security Manager, & Peter Bellarmine - Lead Security Engineer This is the 3rd blog post we have

Custom Security Solutions Empower Organizations to Create Robust, Efficient Vulnerability Management Programs Vulnerability management exists for the purpose of identifying and remediating vulnerabilities in systems quickly before they are exploited. Vulnerabilities, which are essentially weaknesses within software can lead to a

Last week US government offices were targeted by one of the most sophisticated and severe attacks seen in history both because of the sophistication and scope. A series of mega cyber-attacks were launched and thus far it appears were conducted

What is the Difference Between Bug Bounty and Vulnerability Management Programs? In this blog, SecureOps Senior Penetration Tester Jasmin Landry has provided us deep insight into bug bounty programs in two previous posts: Bug Bounty Programs – Uncovering Critical Vulnerabilities https://secureops.com/penetration-testing/bug-bounty/ Unleashing Bug