In our first article, we briefly discussed the following 7 modern cyber attacks:
In our second article, we moved on explaining what a Distributed Denial-of-Service is and in what ways a Distributed Denial of Service attack are more detrimental than traditional Denial of Service.
In our third article, we continued our cybersecurity journey by discussing what are advanced persistence threats and how they work.
In our forth article, we learned about what Zero-Trust Approach is and how it is used in cybersecurity.
In this article, we discuss how an Assume Breach Approach works in cybersecurity.
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Even with growing cyberattack prevention systems, including antivirus, next-generation antivirus, firewall, and next-generation firewall, advanced threats still manage to bypass the security system. None of the security prevention technologies can guarantee complete protection against such threats. In the past few years, organizations have adopted a new approach called assume breach, which is a way of testing their incident response force.
The assume breach mindset allows organizations to be open to various security solutions and services, as follows:
This article is written in collaboration with Rajneesh Gupta.
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