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We’ve Been Hacked!
Words you do not want to hear
Did you know that 45% of data breaches are caused by hacking? And 43% involved websites? The first step to avoid getting hacked is to know if have security vulnerabilities that can be exploited by the bad guys.
You can’t secure what you don’t know.
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Vulnerability scanning and penetration testing are the two main methods by which an organization tests its network against attackers. What’s the difference between the two?
During penetration testing, a skilled security professional (or a security team) acts like a hacker and tries to come up with novel and creative ways to get into your systems.
As more small businesses embark on digital initiatives, they are exposed to cyber risks and find it more difficult to stop hackers. How does a business with limited IT resources prevent hacking?