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A penetration test or pen test is a simulated cyber-attack against computer systems, application systems, and IT infrastructure to discover loopholes. These simulated cyber-attacks come in diverse forms with the intent of breaching a system through its servers, web or mobile applications, and other endpoints. The purpose of pen testing is to discover exploitable vulnerabilities in a controlled setting before cybercriminals take advantage of them.
The share of the workforce working remotely and the percentage of freelancing workers was steadily rising worldwide, even before the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Working entirely from home or performing specific tasks remotely is already a routine across organizations of all sizes and all industry verticals. The spread of the coronavirus only speeds up the process of shifting toward a more flexible work environment in which work from home plays an increasingly important role.
One can broadly define vulnerability management as a set of processes and procedures to identify, analyze, and manage vulnerabilities across a critical service's operating environment.
Mimecast is a security company that offers solutions for corporate users to secure their email communications along with threat detection technologies.
Proofpoint’s Outlook Plugin is part of a broader product offering comprising multiple cyber-security and data protection tools.
SentinelOne’s cloud Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) not only provides advanced alerting and threat detection but also provides security reporting and compliance for PCI DSS, HITECH Act and HIPAA.
SentinelOne’s endpoint detection and response product is known as the Singularity Platform. It is a leading cloud endpoint protection platform (EPP) suitable for organizations small and large without compromising quality.
Choose Privacy Week, first observed by the American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) in 2010, is an initiative that invites the public to have a conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. The campaign gives the public the tools they need to educate and engage , and gives them resources to think critically and make more informed choices about their privacy.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was enacted in 2002 following a series of corporate scandals involving large public companies in the United States. The main goal of the legislation was to restore the trust in the U.S. financial markets and prevent public companies from defrauding their investors.