With so much technical jargon used across IT and cyber security sectors it can be challenging to keep up! By consolidating key words, phrases and acronyms into one central location, Redscan helps you cut through the complexity to fully understand the ins and outs of these key industries.
Cyber security is a collective term used to describe the protection of electronic and computer networks, programs and data against criminal or unauthorised access.
Data security is the collection of measures taken to safeguard confidential data and prevent its accidental or intentional compromise, disclosure, corruption or destruction.
Information security (InfoSec) is a widely used term to describe the practice of preventing unauthorised access, modification or destruction of digital or non-digital information and the strategies that seek to achieve this.
Network security is a term used to describe practices and policies designed to defend IT networks and data against unauthorised access, misuse, modification and exploitation.
Penetration testing is a dedicated service designed to identify and safely exploit real-world weaknesses affecting systems, networks and devices.
How our award-winning MDR service helps protect businesses from hackers by becoming an extension of in-house resources
With less than 18 months to go until it becomes law, preparing your organisation for the GDPR should be high on the agenda.
With the soon to be enforced GDPR imposing a large fine for organisations that suffer a cyber-attack, view our infographic to discover how to reduce your organisation’s cyber security risk in 2017 and beyond.