In the cybersecurity environment, the role a cyber-attacker plays in a given scenario is much easier to execute than that of a defender. This assertion is a basic tenet of cybersecurity operations that most security professionals around the world acknowledge. In general terms, an attacker needs to find only one weakness or intrusion opportunity, while defenders must typically attempt to harden the entirety of their cyber architectures against all manner of intrusions. Attackers act without rules; they may take unanticipated routes, abuse trust, act stealthily, or be destructive. The defender, on the other hand, must keep . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Protecting a University in the New Era of Cybercrime: A Case Study
- We’ve Come a Long Way… But Are We There Yet?
- The Next Generation of Cybersecurity Experts
- SDN FORENSICS – A CHALLENGE
- Safeguarding American Democracy: Outcome-Based Cybersecurity in Election 2016
- Illuminating Issues of Grid Cybersecurity
- Cybersecurity Attacks Threaten 9-1-1 Response
- Incentivize Me: The Story of IoT & Malware
- Signals and Noise: Examining Flaws in SS7
- Cybersecurity for Wireless Devices and Networks