In conversations as a cyber security professionals we have had many discussions about different types of attacks – from SQL Injection attacks to password brute forcing and everything in between. Yet, there seems to be one type that causes more questions than most: “Man in the Middle” (MITM) attacks. Let’s clear up some of the

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This is the last article in a three part series on vulnerability scanning vs penetration testing. In the first article we discussed the differences between vulnerability scanning and penetration testing and in the second article we went over the three main methodologies used when performing a penetration test. With this final article we would like

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The healthcare industry is under attack for a reason. Cybercriminals view it as a place that’s ripe for “big wins,” and the number of large healthcare institutions recently falling victim to data breaches shows they’re having success. But what exactly makes healthcare such a popular target among today’s cyber-criminal community – how big are cybersecurity

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After the explanation of the differences between vulnerability scanning and penetration testing in part 1 of this short series you recognize that your organization needs a penetration test. Next step is to determine what type of penetration testing exactly is required. Do you need a web application or a network penetration test? Should it be

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Penetration testing and vulnerability scans are required more and more often. Whether part of an internal effort to ensure compliance with standards such as HIPAA, PCI, SOC, NIST, and ISO27001, or as a requirement by a client or potential client as specified in a contract, your organization may be called upon to conduct vulnerability scans

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