How many types of Network Security protocols exist

Network Security protocols are designed to safeguard computer networks from unauthorized access, data breaches, and other cyber threats. And here are some common types of network security protocols:  Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) / Transport Layer Security (TLS): SSL and its successor TLS are cryptographic protocols that provide secure communication over a computer network. They are […]

Network connected wrenches are now vulnerable to Ransomware attacks

Network-connected wrenches used globally are now at risk of exposure to ransomware hackers, who can manipulate their functionalities and gain unauthorized access to the connected networks, according to experts. Research conducted by Nozomi reveals that the Bosch Rexroth Handheld Nutrunner, a network-connected wrench, displays vulnerabilities that could potentially allow hackers to disrupt entire networks or […]

Enhancing Ransomware Defense through Micro-Segmentation of Networks

In an era where cyber threats continue to evolve in sophistication, organizations are increasingly turning to advanced security measures to protect their digital assets. One such strategy gaining prominence is micro-segmentation of networks, a powerful approach that proves invaluable in fortifying defenses against the pervasive threat of ransomware. This article explores the significance of micro-segmentation […]

How 5G network is immune to Cyber Attacks

It is not accurate to say that 5G networks are completely immune to cyber attacks. Like any other network, 5G networks are vulnerable to various types of cyber attacks, such as distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, phishing attacks, and malware infections. However, 5G networks do offer some unique security features that can help mitigate the risks […]

Zero Trust Network Access with Bitglass

This post was originally published by Jacob Serpa. As the old adage goes, “Trust must be earned.” This proverb essentially means that trusting those who are not truly trustworthy can have harmful results. Interestingly, this wisdom is particularly applicable to cybersecurity. There are countless external (and internal) threat actors that would love to take advantage of overly trusting […]

YES! Encrypted Traffic Can (and Must) Be Classified

Encryption Trends Why is Traffic Encryption on the Rise? Everywhere you look, the use of encryption is rising: on the Internet, in public and private Clouds, within enterprises, and across personal devices. One driver of this trend is the global demand for better protection of personal privacy on the Internet. It is a demand that […]

Expectations from the 5G network revolution are high in the United States

As the world is getting ready for a 5G Network transformation expectations are getting high from the 5G revolution. Analysts suggest that the network will run with 10 to 100 times faster speed than the present generation of 4G and will be more secure than what the current day stats are showing up. To those […]

Cloud and 5G to boost network security business says Palo Alto

Palo Alto Networks which is known to offer network security solutions has come up with a forecast that cloud and 5G services will boost network security business in upcoming years. James Yu, the country manager of Palo Alto Taiwan revealed the details when announcing the revenues of the company which touched USD $711 million for […]


This post was originally published here by Matthew Hosburgh. There’s a strong chance you know what your organization is trying to protect. In many cases, this is probably in the form of data. It could be customer data, trade secrets, and forms of classified information. This data can be stored in many places: databases, email, […]


This post was originally published here by Chris Sanders. Not all attacks require the use of malware, but most of them can be traced back to some form of unwanted malicious code executing on a trusted system. The files can be compiled executables, simple scripts, or even office documents hiding malicious macros. While these types […]

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