Dear IT security pros: it’s time to stop making preventable mistakes

While helping enterprise IT users improve their cloud security posture, I always like to spend time finding out what common obstacles they are facing. Their answers always fascinate me, and so I decided to run my own little research project Continue reading Dear IT security pros: it’s time to stop making preventable mistakes

Mastering email security with DMARC, SPF and DKIM

Phishing and email spam are the biggest opportunities for hackers to enter the network. If a single user clicks on some malicious email attachment, it can compromise an entire enterprise with ransomware, cryptojacking scripts, data leakages, or privilege escalation exploits. Continue reading Mastering email security with DMARC, SPF and DKIM

[MilesWeb] Best Website Security with WAF & DDoS Protection | Try it Free

Cloudbric is the perfect solution for the users concerned about website security. Cloudbric secures your website through its premium offerings like web application firewall, DDoS protection and SSL certificate. Cloudbric blocks the web attacks with complete accuracy and it is Continue reading [MilesWeb] Best Website Security with WAF & DDoS Protection | Try it Free

11 tips for prioritizing security spending

You know all the security advice. You need to have a solid firewall. But it’s not enough to defend the perimeter anymore, so you need total visibility into your internal network as well. And don’t forget about antivirus. Better make Continue reading 11 tips for prioritizing security spending

Enterprise-Grade Security For WordPress Sites

According to the FBI, cyber intrusions are becoming “‘more commonplace, more dangerous, and more sophisticated.” WordPress now powers 29% of the web, making it a target for security attacks. At WP Engine, we know what dangers this can present to Continue reading Enterprise-Grade Security For WordPress Sites

Only 2 months left to register for 4-day Security Onion Training in San Antonio, TX!

Security Onion is a Linux distro for intrusion detection, network security monitoring, and log management. It’s based on Ubuntu and contains Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, ELSA, Xplico, NetworkMiner, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows Continue reading Only 2 months left to register for 4-day Security Onion Training in San Antonio, TX!

Essential Two-Factor (2FA) Authentication solution for WordPress

The password is the standard security implementation in the computer world. However they can be guessed, hacked, or intercepted. To make up for those weaknesses you can install a two-factor… source

Security/ Maintenance Update: WordPress 4.9.2

WordPress has released a new maintenance/security update today to WordPress core: version 4.9.2. Version 4.9.2 comes with minor fixes which the WordPress core team deemed impactful enough to warrant a release. The release includes both security hardening fixes and a Continue reading Security/ Maintenance Update: WordPress 4.9.2

What is Zero Trust? A model for more effective security

The Zero Trust Network, or Zero Trust Architecture, model was created in 2010 by John Kindervag, who at the time was a principal analyst at Forrester Research Inc. Now, seven years later, CIOs, CISOs and other corporate executives are increasingly Continue reading What is Zero Trust? A model for more effective security