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  • A “zero-day” (or “0Day” in the cybersecurity profession) is a vulnerability in an internet-connected device, network component or piece of software that was just discovered or exposed. Because the developer has just learned of the flaw, it also means an official patch or update to fix the issue...

  • The Zero Trust security framework is based on the concept of trust nothing and verify everything. It affirms that organizations must authenticate and authorize every user or device connecting to a network internally or externally before granting them access to any data or application.

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  • The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has launched a new website to reduce the risk of ransomware and help organizations enhance network defenses and be more aware and prepared to deal with malicious cyber actors.

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  • Attack vectors: Attack vectors are the various ways or methods by which hackers can gain unauthorized access to a network. They can be exploited by malicious actors to gain access to confidential information or to launch a coordinated cyberattack. Examples of attack vectors...

  • A network security key is a form of a physical, digital, signature, or biometric data used to authorize a user to connect with the private network. Essentially, it’s a Wi-Fi or wireless network password. The key provides a secure connection between the requesting client and the serving network...

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