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Continuous Security Testing: how to move fast and stay secure
Continuous Security Testing is a new approach that enables penetration testing at scale and at much greater frequency. Thinking continuously provides a cost-effective approach to advanced testing and
Application Security For Developers: Learning Defence by Offense
Abhijay, from NotSoSecure, part of Claranet Cyber Security, discusses why web application vulnerabilities are on the rise and also why it’s essential that developers are educated in response to the gr
What do flexible working practices mean for your network infrastructure?
Curious to see what flexible working practices mean for your IT? Here are three top things you need to watch for.
5 emerging modern workplace network security threats and risks to avoid in 2022
With IT security threats on the rise, now is the time to take a closer look at the specific dangers your company needs to know about.
Why sustainability should be high on your agenda?
While sustainability is a core principle that Claranet was founded on 25-years ago, it’s only now we’re seeing it become mainstream.
From point in time to continuous testing: how application security is changing
In the past, cybersecurity threats were slow to emerge and relatively easy to contain. But then the world changed. Business applications multiplied and the pace of development increased. In today’s w
Microsoft's New Commerce Experience (NCE) for CSP - what you need to know
Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program continues to mature and adapt to match the continuous shifting demands of today’s modern businesses.
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The end of the data centre as we know it
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Webinar | Beating bad actors to finding vulnerabilities in your systems
Rob Jepson, Research and Innovation Lead at Claranet, unveils our brand new webinar surrounding finding vulnerabilities in your systems.
Webinar | Key threats to sensitive data in the cloud
Anthony explores cloud storage specific security considerations, examining real-world examples of how common misconfigurations can lead to vulnerabilities being exploited by unethical hackers.
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Can You Cut the Cost of Penetration Testing to Match Your Budget?
Can you reduce the cost of pen testing? We answer that questions and more in our blog.
What is Penetration Testing?
Penetration testing (otherwise known as pen testing) is a security exercise where cyber-security experts run tests across an IT ecosystem to find and exploit vulnerabilities that may exist.
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3 ways you can boost communication across your distributed teams
If you have distributed teams, ensuring efficient communication should be a top priority.
Can Penetration Testing Be Automated?
We investigate whether penetration testing can be automated, and discuss how it can complement human-led approaches.
3 Compelling Reasons Why You Need Automated Penetration Testing
We've come up with three compelling reasons for automated pen testing—but only when it's deployed, handled, and interpreted by experts. Read more in our blog.
What is Zero Trust and why should you care?
Zero Trust works on the basis that you shouldn't trust users outside or inside your network, asking each request to be verified first. Read our blog for more.
Blog | Detecting Log4Shell Vulnerabilities
An easily exploitable, critical impact remote code execution vulnerability has been discovered in a widely used logging package in Java - log4j. Find out more from our Research Lead, Rob Jepson.
Whitepaper | The emerging threat of Scalpers to supply chains
The purpose of this Whitepaper is to explain scalping techniques and technologies from a security perspective and provide a high-level overview of what scalping is.
Webinar | Demystifying EDR
Join Paul Jack from Sec-1, part of Claranet Cyber Security, to discover how the Endpoint protection market has evolved and which key product capabilities you can implement to protect on-prem/cloud/con
Cyber Essentials Update (Evendine)
A major change to Cyber Essentials is coming and any Cyber Essentials Self-Assessment certifications started after this date will be assessed under the new scheme 'Evendine'.