Cyber Security Blog

Read our blog posts to stay on top of the latest developments, trends, and best practices in cybersecurity. Our experts regularly share valuable insights and tips to help you proactively protect yourself and your business from cyber threats and hackers.

Difference between Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing

Ethical hacking and penetration testing are two different things, but the terms are often used interchangeably. Although these terms are very different, they enable companies to improve their cybersecurity and reduce the likelihood of a cyber attack. Carefully choosing the right testing methods is essential for companies to protect themselves…

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What is CEO fraud?

  CEO fraud is a phenomenon that has been circulating for a number of years at large institutions, but now also affects small companies and associations. With CEO fraud, a cybercriminal assumes the identity of the CEO in order to make payment requests to the executive secretary, the CFO or…

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Recognizing and avoiding phishing e-mails

  Phishing e-mails are a common form of online scam that trick people into disclosing sensitive information or downloading malware. Every day, millions of people fall for these types of attacks, leading to financial losses, identity theft, and other types of fraud. In this blog post, we will discuss the…

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Red Teaming Assessment: the missing Cybersecurity puzzle piece

  The risk of a hack is increasing every day, and red teaming is an effective method for identifying weaknesses in a company’s cybersecurity to improve resilience. In this blog post, we discuss the benefits of a red teaming assessment, where it fits into a cybersecurity strategy, and how often…

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What is Social Engineering?

  If you’ve been hearing the term “social engineering” a lot lately, you’re not alone. It’s quickly becoming one of the most talked-about topics in the world of technology and cybersecurity. So, what exactly is social engineering? Let’s take a closer look. What Is Social Engineering? Social engineering is an…

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Why do companies pay for Ethical Hacking?

The term hacker often reminds us of a lonely person with a hood on, in the dark behind the computer. Someone who invades our daily lives reads our secrets and steals our money. Still, not all hackers are bad or out for money. There are also ethical hackers and experts…

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What is Security Awareness?

  Security awareness refers to the knowledge and understanding that individuals have about computer and network security, and the measures they take to protect against cyber threats. Employees need to have an awareness of information security as well as a sense of responsibility for it in order to prevent these…

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Phishing in this new Corona Age

  Now that we all work from home and use email and WhatsApp more often, the number of Phishing messages circulating has increased significantly. From malicious emails posing as an official agency or well-known company to links to phishing websites forwarded via messaging, it’s very watchful in this new Corona…

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Larger companies gain more from Cyber Penetration Testing

  Cybercriminals are constantly changing their tactics and even the largest companies can fall victim to attacks. In fact, larger companies are often an easier target for cyber attacks than smaller ones. In this blog post, we look at why larger companies are at greater risk of cyber attacks and…

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