Navigating the Changes in NIST SP 800-171 Rev. 3 – What You Need to Know

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Navigating the Changes in NIST SP 800-171 Rev. 3 – What You Need to Know By Sajid Shafique With new threats emerging almost daily, keeping your organization secure is a constant challenge, especially for government contractors who must navigate the ever-evolving labyrinth of compliance requirements. Previously, we have explained NIST SP 800-171 Compliance and described the basics required […]

How Not to Get Quished When Hungry!

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How Not to Get Quished When Hungry! By Sandhya Sukumar Why QR Codes for Quishing? Quishing represents a sophisticated evolution of phishing, and its stealthy nature makes it a potent threat. QR codes offer a covert channel for attackers. They require shorter HTML source code to embed malicious links. Due to their unique approach, email filters, […]

The Good, The Bad, The Agile

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The Good, The Bad, and The Agile Agile methodologies have become increasingly popular as businesses have sought to develop software more quickly and efficiently. Agile methods are based on iterative development, where software is developed in small increments and delivered on shorter timeframes. These development cycles, called Sprints, allow greater flexibility and responsiveness to changing […]

Unprepared and Vulnerable: Understanding Disaster Recovery Planning, Risks, DRaaS, and the Benefits of In-House Solutions

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Unprepared and Vulnerable: Understanding Disaster Recovery Planning, Risks, DRaaS, and the Benefits of In-House Solutions   By Sandhya Sukumar    Along with the risks of natural disasters, human errors, hardware, and infrastructure failures, one can consider “cyberattacks” as one of the top risks that an organization must prepare for.  Hence, Disaster Recovery planning is essential […]