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GRC stands for Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC). We live in a world with a constant increase of changing local and international regulations which is why it’s beneficial to adopt a compliance automation solution that will enable you to save both time and money on manual GRC activities. However, choosing the right solution might be tricky – but acquiring the right platform should enable you...

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Cyber security is more important than ever - the global average cost for a data breach is significantly increasing year-on-year. Recent statistics show an increase from $3.86 million in 2020 to $4.24 million in 2021. Cyber criminals are still targeting the vulnerabilities in end users to ensure the success of their attacks. Human error is considered one of the major reasons to cyber security breaches,...

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What Is It And Does Your Company Need It? Zero Trust is a security framework that requires all users, both within and outside of an organization's network, to be verified, approved, and checked for security configuration and posture. All this happens before receiving or maintaining access to company applications and data. Zero Trust starts from the assumption that no traditional network edge is present; networks can be...

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To secure your personal data, you need to stay up to date and educate yourself on threats. But what about the perpetrators of these attacks? Hackers are sometimes grouped together, however their diversity is astonishing sometimes, to say the least. We shall first dive in the regular colored-hat-wearing hackers; that being said, reading through the entire material below will shed more light into other types of hackers...

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A Cybersecurity Gap Analysis is a procedure that assists businesses in determining the gap between their existing level of information security and certain requirements or standards. You may determine how distant you are from the industry's best practices by performing a gap analysis and taking the steps to align or supersede the afore mentioned standards. The process of identifying and analyzing risks for assets that might...

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The Dark Web is a term used to describe encrypted internet information that is not searchable by traditional search engines. Hence, a Dark Web search result will not appear in your typical Google search. To access the black web, you must use specialized browsers such as the Tor browser. The Dark Web searches for websites using information that isn't publicly available, such as bank accounts, email...

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