The sobering statistics and trends surrounding women in the workforce are hard to ignore. For instance, in 2021, there were 14% fewer women in entry-level engineering or product positions and 15% fewer in first-level manager positions than in other nontechnical roles.
The world of cybersecurity is constantly changing and both attackers and defenders are trying to pull in their direction.
Threat hunting: the art and science of tracking down hidden cyber threats lurking within your organization's network. These malicious footprints are left behind by hackers as they carry out illegal activities, whether it's on a compromised machine or via remote-controlled platforms.
The 12 free tips for employees are directed toward non-technical people who maybe lack a bit of understanding of IT, so this is the perfect brochure to learn from and stay ahead of bad actors using technology against us.
Network encryption is top-of-mind with many security engineers and system administrators, because of the latent vulnerabilities when SSL certificates expire and when attackers probe vulnerable SSL connections. Read this report to learn in-depth analysis on how to stay protected!
We are excited to share the Muninn Cyber Trends 2022! This annual report is based on insights from more than 7,4 million cyber threat notifications from our Muninn sensors around the world and shares strategies to protect your organization from these cyber threats. Download the report today!
The increasing cyber threats and the sophisticated techniques used to break into companies' digital assets have turned focused towards what is actually going on inside your network. Despite all defending mechanisms, it is a fact that malicious behavior still manages to get through to your assets on your internal network.
Recently a giant windmill company was the target of a vicious attack carried out by the Lockbit gang, resulting in costly disruptions to critical IT systems and the exfiltration of over 7000 sensitive financial documents from the company. Discover how Muninn could have prevented this Lockbit 2.0 ransomware attack.
The IT Security teams responsible for keeping industrial controls systems safe are fighting an uphill battle. To avoid downtime, companies invest heavily in securing their OT environments, but the legacy systems used to protect critical IT infrastructure, which many industrial processes depend on, are partially blind.