Jeremy Fabbri, Author at RiskWatch

Author: Jeremy Fabbri

What is a Man-in-the Middle Attack? A man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack is a type of cyberattack in which a cybercriminal secretly intercepts communication between two parties, therefore being “in the middle” of their messages. In this attack, the interceptor often will relay the messages to their intended...

What is Fileless Malware? Fileless malware is a type of malicious software that utilizes legitimate programs, rather than virus-laden files, to infect a host. These legitimate programs are used to execute malicious code in resident memory. Resident memory means stored in a computer's random access memory...

A network breach, also referred to as network intrusion, refers to a cyberattack or unauthorized activity on your organization’s digital network. This breach typically jeopardizes network security and data. In today’s data-driven climate, a network breach has the potential for quick and severe consequences that affect...

Third-party risk is quickly becoming a primary concern for many organizations as the utilization of outside resources continues to increase. These organizations are operating in a complex ecosystem that connects data and systems, increasing risk on many fronts. These third parties gain access to employee...

GDPR Defined The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a data privacy and security law that was passed by the European Union back in 2018. It quickly made its reputation as one of the toughest laws for its scope and also for its enforcement. We’ve had...