The past year has presented challenge after challenge for corporate IT teams. Managing the forced office exodus caused by the pandemic was no small feat, and that was just the beginning, with the subsequent emergence of a plethora of security threats representing one of the biggest challenges to business continuity most organisations have ever encountered.
For almost a year, the events industry has faced huge difficulties, with innumerable cancellations and many organisers now having to postpone for a second year or, once again, take their events virtual.
Pierre Delcher, senior security researcher at Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) on the issues in battling cybercrime and a plan of what we should do to finally start winning this fight #cybercrime #cybersec
Currently, testers often encounter a situation where the task sounds like this “man, please test this API, the backendner has sent me all of the docs”. At this point, many people may experience a little confusion.
Even short periods of downtime can be devastating for online stores. Hackers can do a lot of damage to a website: sales and profit lost, increased chargeback costs, ransom payments etc. Fortunately, business owners can protect their websites from hacking and the catastrophic consequences of a DDoS attack.