As digital business models become the norm, enterprises are exponentially generating more data than ever before. As a result, data is the new gold. However, digitization comes with the added risks of cyber threats which potentially could harm the integrity of businesses. On 15th August, Horangi's very own Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Paul Hadjy had an interview with Money
In this dynamic and thriving digital age, Cybersecurity has never been more important to your business. Businesses’ reliance and adoption of Information Technology (IT) to gain competitive advantage has been increasing over the last decade as technology progresses and matures rapidly. Business processes generate and process data, transforming them into information and knowledge and, ultimately, generating value for the enterprise.
If you want to know what happened in the Cyber Security space in one-bite,this is the perfect sauce source for you. Did you know that many South Koreans are mad about Cryptocurrency? June witnessed two big hacks on Korea's Cryptocurrency Exchange websites. Both Coinrail and Bithumb lost a total of US$70 million in tokens. Although Bithumb displayed immediate response to
The Horangi Tigers went wild in 2017. We have added a microsite to show our accomplishments in the past year. Followings are the key milestones we achieved in 2017 In order to offer better security response and improved cyber security services for our clients, we increased the number of Cyberops consultants significantly to the Horangi Team. Due to the increasing
Seunggi Jeong (승기 정 https://horangi.com/careers), our very own Lead Cyber Operations Engineer at Horangi, was invited to provide a lecture to the students at the Digital Media High School (한국디지털미디어고등학교) in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea on 12th Dec 2017. At the lecture, Seunggi presented on a variety of topics to students interested in learning more about the cyber security industry. These
DNS Hijacking, also known as DNS redirection, is a form of hacking that overrides a computer’s TCP/IP settings to point to a rogue DNS server, consequently invalidating the default DNS setting. What this means: if you registered your domain name to be www.mydomain.com, a malicious attacker could hijack the domain to point to another DNS server. If this happens, the