Chad Rikansrud shares how he steps into the shoes of hackers and why organizations need penetration testing in their cybersecurity posture.
Deficiencies and gaps in security inevitably leads to data breaches, compliance fines, and data loss. But despite the risks, a recent Forrester study found that only 45% of security decision-makers [...]
With ransomware on the rise, organizations can take these steps to safeguard their mainframe against costly attacks.
Microsoft reported around 250,000 victims, after hackers bypassed authentication measures via zero-day exploits.
With remote work here to stay, the mainframe could be exposed to a host of risks. IT teams need to ensure that no one can break-in.
Even though we talk about businesses “moving to the cloud” or “going digital” the mainframe still plays a critical role.
Zero Trust Architecture safeguards the mainframe by implementing processes that shed light on the mainframe.
In this demo, we’ll exploit a vulnerability that was found in a program running in z/OS. This kind of program could be running on your system right now.
Any organization that relies on mainframes to secure their most sensitive data needs to scan those mainframes for vulnerabilities using scanning software.
Zero-day vulnerabilities present serious risk to the entire IT environment. In this blog, we’ll talk about how organizations can guard against those risks.