Zero-Day Exploit vs. Zero-Day Vulnerability

Zero-Day Exploit vs. Zero-Day Vulnerability | ARCON Blog

A “zero-day attack” refers to an attack which exploits a bug or flaw in a particular software or firmware that the vendor does not know about. Usually found in the digital content piracy space, it may appear in the area of network security as well.  A “zero-day exploit” and a “zero-day vulnerability” are, in essence, […]

Mitigate the Risk of Excessive or Shared Privileged Credentials

Mitigate the Risk of Excessive or Shared Privileged Credentials

In the wake of expanding IT infrastructure, today’s organizations require their employees to access multiple applications to perform day-to-day IT administrative and operational activities.  That means, the end-users require multiple credentials to access the multiple applications. Simple? Not at all. It’s a nightmare both from IT administrators and end-users’ point of view.  The IT helpdesk […]