Category Archives: Guest Blog

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What’s the Worst that can Happen? An Ode to Risk

September 16, 2020 / by

Edgescan CEO/Founder Eoin Keary shares his blog on Risk   Risk a widely used word in many walks of life but do we understand what it means?   “Risk involves uncertainty about the effects/implications of an activity with respect to something that human’s value (such as health, well-being, wealth, property or the environment), often focusing on […]

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Edgescan Questions & Answers with Troy Hunt Part 1

September 10, 2020 / by

The Edgescan Team Sent Questions to Troy Hunt (Part 1 of 3)   Troy answers the following questions in this video   What inspired you to seek a career in cybersecurity? What advice would you have for those looking to embark on a career within security? Blog Link Do you think a college degree is […]

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API Detection and Assessment: What They Don’t Tell you in Class…

June 9, 2020 / by

Edgescan CEO/Founder Eoin Keary shares his blog on API Detection and Assessment   API’s  (Application Programming Interfaces) are back-end services  which expose an interface which can be used to connect to and transact or read/write information to and from a back-end system. They are extremely useful and a great architecture decision delivering flexibility and extensiblity of a […]

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Calm Down – In Defence of Zoom.

April 15, 2020 / by

Edgescan’s Senior Security Consultant, Guram Javakhishvili, gives his take on the Zoom debacle. Guram stresses that he is not ‘sponsored by Zoom’ 😊.   First of all, nothing is bulletproof and anything can be hacked. We all make mistakes and learn from them. That’s how and why we improve and update software on a regular […]

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What makes a great Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP)?

April 14, 2020 / by

  Organisations are rapidly looking at the support of a managed security service provider (MSSP) as an alternative to investing heavily in recruitment, staffing costs and finding a solution to the problem of staff retention. In fact, they see taking on an MSSP as an extension to their existing IT team, which can offer further […]

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