The role of cybersecurity and cybercrime

In today’s growing word cybersecurity is very necessary because, As technology provides many facilities to use it also some effects like security threats and cyber attacks. To protect the data from hankering and the cyber attacks we will require the cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is a process to save the networks, computer programs, and data from the … Read more

The role of cybersecurity and cybercrime

In today’s growing word cybersecurity is very necessary because, As technology provides many facilities to use it also some effects like security threats and cyber attacks. To protect the data from hankering and the cyber attacks we will require the cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is a process to save the networks, computer programs, and data from the … Read more

Google: about company, products, key learnings etc.

About the company Google is an American multinational company that works in internet related services and products. Google’s mission has been “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”. Google offers services designed for office and productivity, mailing, schedulers and time management tools, cloud storage, social networking, instant messaging and video … Read more

Brief History Of Cyber Security

Cyber security or information technology security are the techniques of protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unauthorized access or attacks that are aimed for exploitation. There are four types of security controls access, flow, inference, and cryptographic complement each other. These all four types of component do their work individually. Access controls operate at … Read more

Nature and scope of cyber crime

The limitations of cyber crime are getting pushed beyond its boundaries frequently now days. The Cyber Crime is now no more limited to few sporadic incidents of unauthorized access to a particular computer or a particular cyberspace with a view to damaging its data or sabotaging the system which few years were called the Computer … Read more

Stolen Credentials on the Dark Web: A Reminder to Replace KBA with MFA

Recent news accounts of security researchers discovered a database containing 1.4 billion breached credentials — reportedly, the largest such find on the Dark Web — is yet more evidence that online identity proofing that relies only on KBA (knowledge-based authentication) and static passwords is no longer fit-for-purpose. The level of sophistication that cybercriminals bring to … Read more