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CyCognito Platform Automatically Detects Four Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

By Alex Zaslavsky, Head of Security Research, and Jim Wachhaus, Director of Technical Product Marketing | July 2, 2020
Security professionals have the daunting task of eliminating every critical internet-facing security issue before it’s discovered by the attackers. It’s like the most tedious game of whack-a-mole ever.  The CyCognito...
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CyCognito Platform Automatically Detects Four Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

By Alex Zaslavsky, Head of Security Research, and Jim Wachhaus, Director of Technical Product Marketing | July 2, 2020
Security professionals have the daunting task of eliminating every critical internet-facing security issue before...
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Press Release: Using CyCognito Platform, Researchers Uncover Zero-Day Vulnerability on Cisco Routers

By CyCognito Marketing Team | July 2, 2020
Using CyCognito Platform, Researchers Uncover Zero-Day Vulnerability on Cisco Routers Router and switch market...
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Without A passive DNS record, DNS is really the wild west

By Jim Wachhaus | May 27, 2020
Passive DNS: Active discovery from your organization's DNS history The traditional Domain Name System (DNS) is a...
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You Can’t Just Walk Away from Subsidiary IT Risk

By Dixie Fisher, Senior Product Marketing Manager | May 22, 2020
If a product can help you evaluate third-party IT risk, it’s not a huge stretch to imagine that same product could...
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M&A Cyber Risk: The Inheritance that Nobody Wants

By CyCognito Marketing Team | April 28, 2020
When you merge with or acquire an organization, you take on its risk, too. There are many real-world examples of the...
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Attackers Are Paying Attention as Remote Working Becomes the New Norm

By Rob Gurzeev, CEO & Co-Founder & Dixie Fisher, Senior Product Marketing Manager | April 21, 2020
With many organizations now adopting an almost entirely working-from-home (WFH) model as the world shelters-in-place...
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