Don't Become a Victim to Computer Crime - Principles to Help Keep You and Your Stuff Safe

‘Official’ Blockchain Standards for 2019

The succinct statement details the government’s pending official definitions of blockchain regulations. Publicly advertised rationales may appear comparatively innocuous or indeed prudent yet such official justifications are an obvious attempt at the curtailing rather than development of decentralized technologies. Even rudimentary, preliminary investigation of the statements highlight what may generously be labelled as contentious logic.…

Why Your Computer Crime Attorney Needs to Understand Computer Forensics

Challenges in IT Operations For NOC, SOC, Risk & Audit Team – Security, Risk & Compliance Automation

These days business strategies are being aligned with Information Technology (IT) and the strategic use of IT in business has become the key in having a competitive edge in the market. The greatest challenge is to protect the business data and secure the IT environment. For this, enterprises have specialized teams like the Network Operations…

Artificial Intelligence Is a Must, Not a Need

PCI DSS For Beginners

The expression, PCI Compliance, means the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. This is a global directed program designed to protect the consumer from identity and financial information theft. If businesses are not a part of the program or do not comply with this standard, they could receive considerable fines or be banned from using…

Information Security Management System: Introduction to ISO 27001

Linux Server Hardening

For today’s computing platforms, ease of access and openness is essential for web based communications and for lean resourced IT Management teams. This is directly at odds for the increased necessity for comprehensive security measures in a world full of malware, hacking threats and would-be data thieves. Most organizations will adopt a layered security strategy,…

Artificial Intelligence Is a Must, Not a Need

Security Audit – Potential Problems

Security audits help organizations find weaknesses in their security. Security auditors do this by collecting and analyzing data about an organization’s hardware, software and security policies. The audits point out vulnerabilities in the network and suggest ways to eliminate these vulnerabilities. With what they learn from the audits, organizations can improve their security and protect…