Securiti Tops DSPM Ratings in GigaOm Report

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SSLTLS (Secure Sockets LayerTransport Layer Security)

SSLTLS (Secure Sockets LayerTransport Layer Security) is a secure protocol that helps establish an encrypted connection between a server and a web browser for...

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SSH (Secure Shell)

SSH (Secure Shell) is a protocol used to secure remote access, management, and monitoring of all devices and servers connected to a network.

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SPF (Sender Policy Framework)

SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is a type of framework that mandates a mechanism to crosscheck and validate an email sender’s address to prevent potential...

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SQL injection

SQL injection is a type of cyberattack that exploits any potential vulnerabilities within the SQL database to gain unauthorized access.

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Spear-phishing

Spear-phishing is a type of phishing attack where threat actors customize their deceptive messages to appear credible, aimed at specific organizations or individuals.

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Software-defined security

Software-defined security is a cybersecurity strategy that relies on software-based techniques to automate critical security policies and configurations across the organizational network.

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Software-defined networking (SDN)

Software-defined networking (SDN) is a network architecture that divides control and data planes, leading to a more centralized form of network management.

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Snort

Snort is an open-sourced intrusion detection and prevention system that relies on signature-based rules to identify and block any incoming network traffic from known...

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SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a standard protocol used to send and receive messages via email on the Internet.

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