Threat Intelligence: How It Can Help Tackle Malware, Phishing and Hacking


Jonathan Zhang, ,

Man walking down red hallway with icons, threat intelligence abstract

Cyber attacks happen all the time and in multiple forms, causing tremendous harm — e.g., broken trust, financial loss, reputation damage, and intellectual property theft. So preventing and stopping threats surely sounds like a priority, right? The tricky part is that there is not just a one-size-fits-all approach to achieve that. Each organization is unique … Read more

What is the Difference Between a White Hat Hacker and Black Hat Hacker?


Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

Black Hat Hacker staring at computer screen wearing hoodie as the room is illuminated by green light. White Hat Hacker conceptual.

Movies are probably to blame for the majority of the public not understanding what a hacker actually does. We all conjure a very specific set of tropes in our brains whenever we hear about hacking. A man in a hoodie, typing late into the night as the green glow of binary code illuminates his Doritos-dust … Read more