Fraud prevention

Fraud prevention is a key concern in cybersecurity, as fraudulent activities can have serious consequences for individuals and organizations. Fraud can take many forms, including financial fraud, identity theft, and phishing attacks, and can result in financial losses, damage to reputation, and legal consequences. To prevent fraud, cybersecurity professionals and organizations use a variety of […]

Datastores

Datastores are systems that are used to store and manage data in a structured manner. In the context of cybersecurity, datastores are often used to store and manage security-related data, such as logs, alerts, and reports. Datastores can be used to store data from a variety of sources, including security devices, servers, workstations, and applications. […]

Offensive & Infrastructure Deployment

Offensive & Infrastructure Deployment is a term used in the context of cybersecurity to describe the process of utilizing various security tools and techniques to identify and remediate potential threats to an organization’s network infrastructure. This process involves a combination of both proactive and reactive measures, including threat analysis, security testing, and implementation of preventive […]

Anti-Virus / Anti-Malware

Free, paid, and open source anti-virus (AV) and anti-malware (AM) software are tools that are used to protect computers and networks from viruses, malware, and other types of malicious software. These tools are designed to scan for and detect malicious software, and to take action to remove or quarantine it. Some popular free and open […]

VPN

Open-source VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a type of VPN software that is freely available and open to modification by anyone. Open-source VPN software is typically developed by a community of volunteers who contribute their time and expertise to the project. This allows users to access and use the software for free, and also allows […]