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Infosec Color Wheel & The Difference Between Red & Blue Teams

Like any other field of work, Information Security requires teamwork for the success of its objectives. Each team has varied skills and roles that contribute to the whole objective of protecting essential information from unauthorized access. Traditionally, there have been two primary teams in information security: red and blue teams. In 2017, April C. Wright… Read More »Infosec Color Wheel & The Difference Between Red & Blue Teams

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Breach Trends and Insights – November 2020

This report summarises the top breaches between mid – October till 15th November 2020. The report will help you to keep track of the latest hacks and add insights to safeguard your organization by looking at the trends.  Most common data breach identified –  Database Attacks Malware Attacks on Target Customers Ransomware Attacks Data Exfiltration… Read More »Breach Trends and Insights – November 2020

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Future OF Offensive Attack Simulation & Continuous Automated Red Teaming (CART)

In an ever-evolving cybersecurity space, the constant is the nature of the bad actors who are trying to attack your organization every day.  In an OSINT study conducted by Firecompass, some very staggering data were found. At the same time, it’s not really shocking to know that organizations are being breached almost every day.  The… Read More »Future OF Offensive Attack Simulation & Continuous Automated Red Teaming (CART)

Threatpost covers FireCompass Study on US Election Misinformation

Threatpost coverage on “Crippling Cyberattacks, Disinformation Top Concerns for Election Day” features important datapoints by FireCompass.      Bikash Baria, Co-Founder Of, FireCompass warned that disinformation efforts stretch far beyond just posting or sharing fake news on social media. “Based on FireCompass’ internet-wide monitoring data, there are currently more than 5 million open, vulnerable databases, which… Read More »Threatpost covers FireCompass Study on US Election Misinformation

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US Election Misinformation Study By FireCompass : 200B Data Points Available for Hackers

Just as in 2016, headlines dominating the news this election week largely circle around a core topic – election insecurity and misinformation. FireCompass used its internet wide cyber security monitoring platform to determine just how vulnerable the US is to these types of attacks.  There are multiple news and reports on how spreading misinformation is… Read More »US Election Misinformation Study By FireCompass : 200B Data Points Available for Hackers