In a recent report, ransomware and BECs take the prize as most-favored types of cyberattacks. A flourishing ransomware-as-a-service market makes ransomware attacks easier than ever, and offers a large menu of encryption options.
Application vulnerabilities are a fact of life. The recently exposed Microsoft Teams GIFShell technique demonstrates why Zero Trust protection for app surfaces is essential for even the most trusted enterprise apps.
In recently reported Adversary-in-the-Middle attacks, hackers bypass MFA by using session cookies that they illicitly extract from HTTPs requests, via reverse proxies. Web Application Isolation can help protect your users from these types of attack.
Football clubs are high-profile, multi-billion euro businesses with attractive, marketable data that cybercriminals just can’t get enough of – and too often, poor cyber defences that allow those criminals to steal the info they want, or hold it for ransom.
Web isolation technology strengthens SASE platforms with functionality that extends well beyond secure browsing. It enhances ZTNA and CASB protections, as well as protecting web app surfaces from probing by threat actors and malware on unmanaged devices.
Regulated industries like healthcare and financial services are facing an increasingly complex regulatory environment, including requirements to rigorously protect sensitive data from the risk of exposure due to the growing use of cloud infrastructure and SaaS applications.
Port scanning is a common first step for hackers seeking websites and apps that are vulnerable to attack. In this video and blog post, we explain how to cloak web app code from threat actors’ prying eyes.
Bad or missing SSL certificates create both business and security risk, since customers stop cold at warnings that a site may is not secure. Check out the demo of how WAI quickly addresses security, compliance and reputational issues associated with missing SSL certificates.
Insecure design is perhaps the most difficult of the OWASP Top 10 security risks to contend with, since it requires going back to the design stage and starting again. But there are ways to protect your app until that can happen.