Ethical hacking

Ethical hacking could be defined as hacking but in a professional manner, to penetrate an organizations digital space and locate the vulnerabilities, and later, present a maturity scorecard highlighting their overall risk, vulnerabilities, and suggestions to improve.

This page contains all the articles and white papers, complied by the industry experts to provide you with more information about Ethical Hacking

RANSOMWARE ATTACK – WHAT IS IT AND WHAT IS IT IMPACT

Ransomware is a specific type of malware (malicious software) designed to encrypt data stored on computer networks with the primary objective of obtaining financial gains. Read the complete white paper

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO COMBAT SOCIAL ENGINEERING ATTACKS

Social engineering is on the rise, and organizations need to respond to it appropriately. Humans are usually the weakest factor in maintaining social security; this is why smart hackers target humans, not machines. Read the complete white paper

INTRUSION DETECTION WITH MACHINE LEARNING & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (ML&AI) TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE CYBERATTACKS (NETWORK TRAFFIC) (NEW WAY TO IMPROVE CYBERSECURITY)

In the existing scenario, many cybersecurity systems use DIDS that allows a limited trained analyst to monitor several networks at the same time. Read the complete white paper

THE CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER PROGRAM CONTINUES TO DOMINATE THE ETHICAL HACKING SPACE!

The need for information security is becoming evident with every new data breach report and the enhancement of security practices can help organizations combat the possibility of an attack. Read the complete white paper

ETHICAL HACKING: CHOOSING THE RIGHT PATHWAY!

We hear it on the internet: ‘XYZ certification is better than a C|EH because you have to do an actual penetration test and submit a report.’ The comparison is inaccurate and those who make it misunderstand the nature and content of the C|EH course and certification test. Read the complete white paper

A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO ETHICAL HACKING

Hacking often refers to the unauthorized intrusion into a network or computer, normally carried out by one or more “hackers.” However, a hacker can be anyone and their activities do not have to be malicious. Read the complete white paper

10 BENEFITS OF BECOMING A CERTIFIED ETHICAL HACKER (C|EH)

The Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) credentialing and training program provided by EC-Council is a respected and trusted ethical hacking program in the industry. and is also used as a hiring standard. Read the complete white paper

HOW DO I GO FROM IT TO CYBERSECURITY?

Millions of IT professionals across the globe perform their best to ensure proper working of technologies that companies rely on for productivity. But how satisfied are these tech-savvy professionals in their line of work? Read the complete white paper

MACHINE LEARNING – LEARNING CYBERSECURITY

Meta description: ML technology has been integrated into multiple industries but, in this white paper, we will be focusing on ML in cybersecurity. Because of the volume of malware being created and used for malicious hacking. Read the complete white paper

VULNERABILITY SCANNING: OPEN SOURCE WEB APPLICATION VULNERABILITY SCANNING TOOLS

No enterprise is simply too small to avoid a cyberattack or information breach. Most companies are already implementing vulnerability scans in their enterprise, understanding the importance of doing so before reaching out to the public. Read the complete white paper

HONEYTOKENS AS ACTIVE DEFENSE

Web applications are one of the most attacked platforms today. Due to their diversity and widespread use, new ways to break into the web applications are being invented almost daily. Read the complete white paper

HOW TO KEEP YOUR DIGITAL BANKING SAFE FROM RISING THREATS

As most of the cybercrimes are committed for the sake of financial gains, it is only logical for the banking/financial sector to be the prime target. Read the complete white paper

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