The team at Delta Risk published many cyber security-related blogs throughout the first half of 2020. We’ve blogged about topics such as patching, pen-testing, endpoint security, cyber security awareness, and much more.
In case you missed any of these when they were published, here’s a roundup of our most read cyber security blogs so far in 2020.
Burp Suite Professional is one of the most popular penetration testing and vulnerability finder tools, and is often used for checking web application security. “Burp,” as it is commonly known, is a proxy-based tool used to evaluate the security of web-based applications and do hands-on testing. With more than 40,000 users, Burp Suite is the world’s most widely used web vulnerability scanner.
Protecting remote workers with strong endpoint security is more important than ever. As we’ve heard from countless news stories and our own clients, many companies are moving to work from home policies and enabling remote staff in rapid time. Here’s a step-by-step checklist of what you can do now to protect your remote workers with strong endpoint security.
As a cyber security vendor, we regularly advise our readers and clients to “patch early and patch often.” There are many reasons why organizations don’t patch systems and devices, though. But with so much attention in the media and in the security industry on data breaches and vulnerabilities, why aren’t people patching?
Why do you still need pen testing in 2020? The answer is simple: because you need a secure network – and your network is a moving target. A penetration test can give you a snapshot of your overall security posture, along with a reality check. It can help you keep your guard up and challenge your assumptions.
There’s no doubt coronavirus (COVID-19) is dramatically affecting the way we work, both now and almost certainly in the long term. Pre-pandemic, most people commuted to a physical office or location. Then, in what seemed like the blink of an eye, state and national guidelines on social distancing left many companies scrambling to put remote work capabilities in place.
Thanks for reading our best cyber security blogs from the first half of 2020. We’ve also blogged about plenty of other cyber security-related topics, too. Be sure to check back throughout the rest of 2020 for more content.