Cyber for all - Page 2

This blog is a windows on a complex world. An overlook to the universe of technology which drives our daily life, using a divulgative and enjoyable perspective

Demystifying Zero Trust
Demystifying Zero Trust

When we are little, our parents and grandparents remind us over and over again never to trust strangers. We should never talk to people we don’t know, and certainly, never ge[...]

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NIST Guidelines: a methodological underpinning for cybersecurity analysts
NIST Guidelines: a methodological underpinning for cybersecurity analysts

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a U.S. public organization dedicated to generating knowledge, developing resources, and organizing training programs in[...]

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CVSS: Scoring IT Vulnerabilities
CVSS: Scoring IT Vulnerabilities

From the moment we enter the education system, we are used to being evaluated. But evaluation is not limited to the educational sphere; we are evaluated in almost all areas of our [...]

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OWASP: Top 10 Web Application Vulnerabilities
OWASP: Top 10 Web Application Vulnerabilities

Web applications are part of our daily lives. We use and consult them at work and home, for information and entertainment. Their use has become so widespread that they have become [...]

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Red Team: The power of offensive security
Red Team: The power of offensive security

Red Team uses offensive security to help organizations detect vulnerabilities and protect against malicious attacks[...]

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How to get the most out of the Internet using WiFi Planning
How to get the most out of the Internet using WiFi Planning

Thanks to tools such as WiFi Planning, making the most of the network is within reach of any organization WiFi sustains the world. In just a few decades, this technology has comple[...]

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A practical guide to understanding social engineering attacks
A practical guide to understanding social engineering attacks

There are movie tunes that have become so widespread in the collective imagination that one can recognize them even if one has not seen the movie to which they belong. That is the [...]

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PCI DSS security audit: don’t let your card be stolen
PCI DSS security audit: don’t let your card be stolen

The PCI DSS security audit is used to verify that technical security controls protect credit and debit cardholder data[...]

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Ethical hacking: attacking to improve
Ethical hacking: attacking to improve

To optimize the cyber defenses of any company, it's essential to use services that meet the ideals and objectives of ethical hacking[...]

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Red Team, the soldiers of the TIBER-EU program
Red Team, the soldiers of the TIBER-EU program

The TIBER-EU program requires Red Team services to simulate threats to financial institutions and discover their weaknesses and vulnerabilities.[...]

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