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Tackle the Data Deluge Problem for Better Cybersecurity

This month we are sharing a blog from our partner eSentire that takes a look at how artificial intelligence and machine learning can help you deal with data security.

Tap AI and ML to scan security and threat logs as part of a two-pronged approach to security and threat detection

We’re now in a machine-scale world, where the scale, complexity and dynamism of data exceeds human capacity to keep up with it.

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Make your Endpoint Protection work smarter not harder with SOAR

When we hear the term ‘Endpoint Security’ we often think of making sure your organization is protected from malicious actors and cyberattacks attacking via an endpoint. This involves making sure that all the access points into an organization’s critical systems and physical devices are protected from unauthorized access to prevent damage to the rest of the network.

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What is the future of HTTPS?

Iain Westwood

With yet another data breach in the news, and the focus on digital security at the forefront of most people’s minds, I thought it would be a good time to review the history of HTTP, and the role it plays in current (and future) security measures.

A brief history of HTTP, SSL and TLS
It’s a safe bet that when Tim Berners-Lee was working on HTTP in the 1980’s, he couldn’t have anticipated the hand his new protocol would have in creating and shaping the digital world we all know today. 

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Hackers – exactly who, how and why?

Alastair Horner

In the simplest terms hacking generally refers to unauthorised intrusion into a computer or a network. The person (or persons) engaged in hacking activities is known as a hacker. This hacker may alter system or security features to accomplish a goal that differs from its original purpose. There is a common misconception that your average hacker is a young person in a hoodie holed up in his parent’s basement.

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