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Ransomware is one of the most dangerous and popular malware types out there. Starting from 2012, the number of ransomware scams have gone up exponentially. The core idea is to take your victim's data hostage and threaten to leak it until a certain amount of money is paid to you. The ransom is usually paid in cryptocurrency - mainly Bitcoin... More

Recovery point objective (RPO)

The amount of data that can be lost before major damage is incurred by the business after a disaster is referred to as the RPO, expressed in the duration of time preceding the most recent backup. RPO provides the tolerable limits for performance when it comes to data lost or not backed up during the period.... More

Recovery time objective (RTO)

After a business disruption the targeted duration and service level within which a process must be restored to its standard state is the RTO. The main objective of an RTO is to eliminate critical consequences due to interrupted business continuity.... More

Red teaming

Red teaming is a full scope attack simulation used by enterprises to measure how well an organization’s people, network, physical security controls, and applications can withstand an attack from the real adversary. In simple terms, red teaming can be said to be ‘ethical hacking’. Using this simulation, the independent security teams can test how well an organization is equipped to... More

Resolution Intelligence Cloud

Resolution Intelligence Cloud™ is a native cloud data analytics platform for managing security and digital operations at service-provider scale. ... More

Response engineering

Response engineering emphasizes automation of routine response tasks and orchestration of security technologies to streamline incident response and mitigate the impact of security incidents.... More

Reverse brute force attack

The reverse brute force attack targets a common password instead of a specific user using a common group of passwords against a list of possible usernames. For example, a simplistic option such as “password” may be used to brute force a username that goes with it. As with normal brute force attacks, reverse brute force attacks can be used to... More

Risk analysis

Risk analysis involves identifying potential risks and vulnerabilities that bad actors could exploit, evaluating their likelihood and impact, and developing strategies to mitigate or manage them effectively.... More

Risk mitigation

Risk mitigation refers to the actions taken to reduce or prevent the negative impacts of a particular event or hazard. Risk mitigation can be applied to various scenarios, such as natural disasters, climate change, and cybersecurity threats.... More

Risk operations

Risk operations (RiskOps) is the practice of identifying and assessing potential risks and hazards, understanding their potential impact to the business, developing risk mitigation strategies, and implementing measures to prevent or minimize impact. The goal of risk operations is to provide a structured framework that can help ensure an organization operates in a safe, secure, and efficient manner while also remaining in compliance with industry and/or government regulations.... More

Risk prioritization

Risk prioritization is the process of identifying, assessing, and ranking risks based on their potential impact and likelihood of occurrence. Prioritizing risks is essential because not all risks are created equal; some may pose a greater threat to the organization’s objectives or have a higher probability of happening.... More

Risk qualification

Risk qualification is the process of evaluating and analyzing the potential risks associated with a project, initiative, or decision. It involves identifying and categorizing risks based on their likelihood of occurrence and potential impact on the desired outcome.... More

Risk quantification

Risk quantification refers to the process of measuring and evaluating the potential risks including likely business impact associated with a particular event or decision. By quantifying risks, organizations and individuals can gain a better understanding of their exposure and take appropriate actions to mitigate or minimize the potential negative consequences.... More

Risk resolution

Risk resolution refers to the process of identifying, assessing, and addressing potential risks in order to minimize their impact on a project or organization. It involves analyzing potential threats and vulnerabilities, developing mitigation strategies, and implementing measures to prevent or mitigate the identified risks... More

Risk scoring

Risk scoring is a method used to assess the level of risk associated with a particular event or situation. The process involves evaluating various factors and assigning a numerical score to determine the likelihood of a negative outcome occurring.... More

Root-cause analysis

A root-cause is a factor that causes an incident and should be permanently eliminated through process improvement. The root-cause can be defined as the core issue—the highest-level cause—that sets in motion the entire cause-and-effect reaction that ultimately leads to the incident. Root-cause analysis is a collective term that describes a wide range of strategies, tools, and techniques used to uncover the causes of... More

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