Our patent pending AI platform and threat hunters continuously scour your entire IT stack for threats. We combine Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), User Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Network Threat Analytics (NTA and NFT) and Application Threat Analytics (ATA) on a single platform. Analytics done in silos isn't capable of uncovering blended threats – only a unified application of AI on all data protects you from modern threats.
As 2018 has already started zooming past us, we remember that in the past few years cyber security has been raised as an important issue because of the most talked about hacking events that have haunted us such as WannaCry, the Equifax security breach and the huge Target massacre which ended up with client information being compromised. Everybody that uses and is a fan of technology must be thankful for cyber security, and now that technology is becoming a bigger part of our lives – people should also be absorbing some knowledge about it as well.
As a website owner, it's a good idea to be aware of the security issues that might affect your site. For example, Cross-site Scripting (XSS) attacks consist of injecting malicious client-side scripts into a website and using the website as a propagation method. You probably know too that client-side scripts can be programmed to do pretty much anything. They can be as simple as showing an alert message in your website, to animating images, mining cryptocurrencies or showing pop-ups that contain NSFW pharma products.
Cybersecurity is more important than ever, and the industry is expected to be worth $170 billion by 2020. With high demand and good pay, there's never been a better time to join the field and make a difference. A good way to get on board is to take an online class, like the ones included in The Complete Cyber Security Certification Bundle. Taking online classes is a convenient and affordable way to learn new skills and to get a taste for a new field before diving in head first. The included courses will teach you about the three most popular and useful certifications in today's cybersecurity world: If you're brand new to cybersecurity, CompTIA Security is the first certification that you should earn.