Summer is finally here, and the Fourth of July is just around the corner! We may not have the major concerts and sporting events that we’re used to this season, but that’s no reason not to enjoy one of summer’s great pleasures: chilling out with.
Let’s keep it simple! The SOC’s goal is relatively straightforward: to limit or eliminate damage caused by cyber attacks. This damage can be related to money, availability (uptime) or brand reputation.
Smart home devices like Alexa, the Ring doorbell, and Google Nest allow users to check the weather, monitor home deliveries, stream music, and a lot of other things. They are convenient, and for that reason, they’ve grown incredibly popular.
By this point in the coronavirus outbreak, have you come to the conclusion that working from home is both one of the best and one of the worst things that could happen to your professional productivity? We certainly have – and it seems that many.
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With the cyber threatscape growing at an alarming rate, security teams have to step-up their game and proactively pursue potential threats before they come at their gates.
Esports is big business. Professional video game players can earn hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. Professional streamers - people that play video games live on platforms like Twitch - can earn even more.
Remember face-to-face trade shows? Those events that – when done right – had such sales, marketing, and educational potential that our companies would happily shell out to send us across the country (and sometimes across the globe) to make sure.
Splunk users just gained another edge in the constant battle against cyber threats. Now, Splunk customers can have access to Sixgill’s Darkfeed™, the automated intelligence stream of indicators of compromise (IOCs).
The global economy has been battered by shifting demand, supply chain woes, and businesses put on hold. Does the same hold true for the dark web economy?