Indicators of Attack

The Importance and Difference Between Indicators of Attack and Indicators of Compromise


The recent headlines attest that no organization is immune to targeted attacks launched by skilled, persistent adversaries. These highly sophisticated attackers gain unprecedented success against large and even well-equipped organizations across the world. The detection of these attacks is a daunting task. However, if you are well aware of the Indicator of Attacks (IoA) and Indicators of Compromise (IoC), then you can resolve issues with better outcomes. In fact, the IoA and IoC are the two methods of detection in the security marketplace.

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What Makes SOC Effective? People, Process, and Technology

In the evolving world of technology, cybersecurity threats are growing exponentially and, therefore, enterprises are seeking for standardized and automated Security Operation Centers (SOCs) to address these threats effectively. Though SOC standardization and Automation is of paramount importance, yet there are some other critical factors that must be considered when building an effective and reliable SOC.

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Ransomware Attacks: All you need to know

In 2017, ransomware attacks clearly dominated the cybersecurity landscape. WannaCry, Petya, Not Petya, Adylkuzz, Bad Rabbit, Cerber, etc. are just a few names that did the rounds in the last year. Lucrative payments is one of the most prominent reasons which has lured in many attackers to launch multiple ransomware campaigns in the last couple of decades. Though we are yet to see a major ransomware attack this year, activities of cyberspace are unpredictable.

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