ZTNA stands for Zero Trust Network Access and is a set of technologies that enables deployment of an effective Zero Trust Security model. This means access to certain resources or applications are given based on strict verification and clearly defined policies.
ESET Protect is a security software that provides protection against viruses, malware, and other online threats. The software is designed to keep users’ devices safe while they are online, and it offers a range of features to protect against a variety of threats.
Xvirus is a computer security company that provides protection against malware and other online threats. The company offers a variety of products, including anti-malware software and firewall.
Zero trust security is a term for security models that don’t rely on predefined trust levels. In a zero trust security model, every user and device is treated as if it is not trusted until proven otherwise. This allows for more secure systems as it is more difficult for attackers to guess who has access to what.
EDR Security is a term used to describe a type of security that relies on endpoint devices to monitor and report on security threats. The term is often used in reference to the security of mobile devices, as they are a common target for cyberattacks.
MFA Login refers to multi-factor authentication, which is a security measure that requires more than one form of authentication to log in to a device or account. MFA is often used as an additional layer of security to protect against unauthorized access.
Falcon CrowdStrike is a cloud-based security platform that is designed to protect organizations from cyberattacks. The platform uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect and prevent threats.
DevSecOps is a term that refers to the intersection of development, security, and operations. The term is used to describe the practice of integrating security into the software development process in order to create more secure applications.
A human firewall is a term used to describe someone who is used to protect an organization from cyberattacks. The term is often used to describe employees who are given cybersecurity training and who are responsible for monitoring and reporting any suspicious activity.
Smishing is a type of phishing attack that uses SMS messages to try to scam the recipient into revealing personal information. The messages may include a link to a fake website or a request for sensitive information.
Vishing is a type of social engineering attack that uses voice calls to scam people. The attacker will call a victim and pose as a representative from a legitimate organization, such as a bank or credit card company. The attacker will then try to extract personal information from the victim.
Threat hunting is the proactive process of searching for threats and vulnerabilities in an organization's systems. The goal of threat hunting is to find and fix problems before they can cause harm.
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