Nowadays, most companies recognize the importance of deploying cybersecurity measures, including anti-malware programs, firewalls, and data encryption. But thinking that these technologies will protect you from every threat is akin to thinking a bulletproof vest will save you from a tank.
With the cyberthreats constantly evolving, there’s no better way to test your current network security than by putting a “good guy hacker” to the task of simulating a cyberattack against your business. That’s where penetration testing can help expose vulnerabilities in your network, computer systems, or web applications.
Unexpected downtime can lead to a chain reaction of undesirable events that can cripple your business. Whether it’s a natural disaster, human error or a deliberate attack that befalls your business, you owe it to the future of your brand to implement a robust disaster response (DR) plan that ensures you’re prepared for the worst.
Every website and device connected to the internet has a unique IP address that identifies it on the global network. For a long time, the standard was IPv4, which uses a four-part numeric code. But since the internet is running out of available IPv4 addresses, the IPv6 protocol was introduced, which instead uses 128-bit addresses […]