Over the past few years, podcasts have grown from ‘no-view’ to ‘go-to’ for both news and information, whilst we are plugged in and on the move, we have the time to listen but not to look at our sources of data. Cybersecurity and Information Security podcasts haven’t exactly been a driving force in the surge … Continue reading Cybersecurity Podcasts
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SPEAR-PHISHING Spear-phishing is a targeted attempt to steal sensitive information such as account credentials or financial information from a specific victim, often for malicious reasons. This is achieved by acquiring personal details on the victim such as their friends, hometown, employer, locations they frequent, and what they have recently bought online. The attackers then disguise … Continue reading Infographics: Targeted victim – Spearphishing Attack
Phishing is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. Bad guys are trying to phish in more than more ways to get the information they want. The core takeaway is be careful on what to entertain (whether … Continue reading Infographics: Most Common Forms of Phishing Attacks
A basic graphical explanation on how end-to-end encryption works.
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Enforce TLS to a partner organization. You can create connectors to apply security restrictions to mail exchanges with a partner organization or service provider. A partner can be an organization you do business with, such as a bank. It can also be a third-party cloud service that provides services such as archiving, anti-spam, and filtering. … Continue reading Set up connectors for secure mail flow with a partner organization
Sharing some cool stuff: A secured, private (and faster!) DNS queries via Cloudflare On your Android or IOS device, go to https://220.127.116.11 and download the app. On the app, switch to "Connected" and that's it. You are now using a secured DNS. Adds a level of security and privacy to your queries. Be aware that it wont … Continue reading Introducing 18.104.22.168: A Secured DNS Resolver
Edit the Existing VPN Configuration The existing connection profile cannot be edited for the new peer information because it is bound to a specific peer. In order to edit the existing configuration, you need to perform these steps: Create a New Tunnel Group Edit the Existing Crypto Map Create a New Tunnel Group Go to Configuration … Continue reading Cisco ASA: Add New Subnet in an Existing Site-to-Site VPN using ASDM