Compliance ≠ Security: Healthcare Organizations’ Biggest Threats
July 26, 2022
Compliance and security are not the same. And in healthcare, this difference is incredibly important. Checking off compliance boxes will not ensure patient data is fully secure.
RSAC 2022: The Rise of DNS-Based Attacks
June 14, 2022
With RSAC 2022 behind us, we’re reflecting on one of the most important themes at the conference: Rising DNS-based attacks.
Analyzing a Third-Party Threat Feed Portfolio
June 10, 2022
One of DNSFilter's Threat Intelligence Researchers, Henri, walks us through what it looks like to analyze third-party threat feed portfolios and how to utilize that information once you've gathered it.
The Challenge of Defining DNS Abuse
May 24, 2022
DNS Abuse is a pretty widely used term. On the surface, it might seem like a simple term that's easily understood. But when you look more closely, the definition depends on your perception of the issue—and can be defined both broadly, or more narrowly.
Business Email Compromise (BEC): Protecting yourself and your business from online scams
May 19, 2022
BEC attacks can appear in many forms. They almost always target an individual in an attempt to collect important or confidential internal data. It might also involve posing as an executive or client to trick an employee into invoicing or wiring money directly to the scammer. Are you prepared to defend against BEC?
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