Knowledge Management …!!!

Knowledge Management

What is Knowlege Management?

It is the collection of methods relating to creating, sharing, using & managing the information & knowledge within an organization.

It refers to a multidisciplinary approach to achieving organisational objectives by making the best of knowledge.

KM

Types of Knowlege Management

  1. Explicit Knowlege : Knowledge i.e eazy to write down & share
  2. Implicit Knowledge: Applied Knowledge
  3. Tacit Knowledge: Knowledge i.e. gained through personnal experience

Knowledge Management Process

  • Knowledge Creation: It starts with knowledge that may come from many sources, including employees within an organization or outside individuals.
  • Knowledge Storage: The knowledge must then be structured in a knowledge management system for future use. This knowledge must not only be organized, but it also needs to include security features so that knowledge can be accessed by authorized personnel when needed.
  • Knowledge Sharing: The knowledge organization process is completed by knowledge sharing. This knowledge sharing includes everything from knowledge training to knowledge exchange, where knowledge can be acquired or enhanced through knowledge discussions.

Examples of KM: CMS, Wiki, Data Warehouse, DMS etc.

Source: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/learn/knowledge-management

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Cryptocurrency heard a lot but what is it ???

Blockchain

Today when we all are trying to get back to our normal lives after the struck of the pandemic COVID19, there is still something more which we are reading daily but not understanding it i.e. Cryptocurrency.

Although Cryptocurrency is an ocean itself, here we are trying to understand the basis of it, lets see some technical terms related to cryptocurrency.

What is Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a type of digital currency which uses digital files as money.

What is BitCoin?

Bitcoin is the best known cryptocurrency.

What are the Types of Cryptocurrency?

There are many types of cryptocurrency such as BitCoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Tether, Shiba, Sandbox etc.

Bitcoin is the best known cryptocurrency whereas a cryptocurrency is a medium of exchange.

What is Blockchain Technology?

Blockchain is a type of security in cryptography where it uses cryptography encryption to protect every transaction.

In technical terms, blockchain is a system of recording information in a way that makes it difficult or impossible to change, hack, or cheat the system. Each block in the chain contains a number of transactions, and every time a new transaction occurs on the blockchain, a record of that transaction is added to every participant’s ledger.

What is the role of Blockchain in cryptocurrency?

Blockchain forms the bedrock for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. By spreading its operations across a network of computers, blockchain allows Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to operate without the need for a central authority, by this, it not only reduces the risk but also eliminates many of the processing and transaction fee.

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What is SIEM vs SIAM?

SIEM vs SIAM

SIEM: Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a software solution that aggregates and analyzes activity from many different resources across your entire IT infrastructure.

How do SIEM works?

It works by collecting log and event data generated by an organizations applications, security devices and host systems and bringing it together into a single centralized platform. SIEM gathers data from antivirus events, firewall logs and other locations; it sorts this data into categories, for example : malware activity and failed and successful logins. 

SIEM tool it identifies threat through a network security monitoring, which generates an alert and identifies a threat level based on predetermined rules set. Ex: If some user tries to log into an account 10 times in 10 minutes that is okay, but 100 times in 10 minutes might be flagged as an attempted attack.

By this, it detects threats and creates security alerts. SIEM’s custom dashboards and event management system improves investigative efficiency and reduces time wasted on false positives.

The threat detection element itself can help to detect threats in emails, cloud resources, applications, external threat intelligence sources and endpoints. This can include user and entity behaviour analytics (UEBA) which analyzes behaviours and activities to monitor for abnormal behaviours which could indicate a threat. It can also detect behaviour anomalies, lateral movement and compromised accounts.

Main features of SIEM

  • Threat Detection
  • Investigation
  • Time to respond

SIAM: Service Integration and Management (SIAM) is an approach to managing multiple suppliers of services (business services as well as information technology services) and integrating them to provide a single business-facing IT organization.

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What is Threat Intelligence?

Threat Intelligence

The information which an organization uses to understand the threats or issues that are targeting their organization.

The primary purpose of this type of security is to keep organizations informed of the risks of advanced persistent threatszero-day threats and exploits, and how to protect against them.

Purpose of Threat Intelligence:

  • To keep organizations up to date with the increasing volume of threats, including methods, vulnerabilities, targets and bad actors.
  • Help you being dynamic about future cybersecurity threats.
  • Keep the security leaders aware, informed about the latest threats which could occur in your business.

The vendors and their products which provide security related to Threat Intelligence are :

For more information on Threat Intelligence and vendor list, please click here

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What are the emerging Technologies Road Map for the year 2019-21..?

With the emerging outbreaks of the pandemic COVID19 the world has come to a standstill. Due to this, there has been a disconnect between cybersecurity executive and their organization’s security analysts.

There was a study done by the research giants Gartner who in consultation with the leaders have come up with the Road Map for the year 2019-21.

If we see the road map and concentrate on Cloud and CyberSecurity technologies:

Security

As we go down the map we realize the four phases “Monitoring”, “In Planning” , In Pilot and “In Deployment” .

We at DocToolss have often talked about Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) , Virtualized Firewalls. The terms which we will be further talking about in our future blogs would be Statis Application Security Testing (SAST), Threat Intelligence Services, Network Sandboxing, User and Entry Behaviour Analytics, Signature Endpoint Detection or Protection and Database Audit and Protection etc.

If we further drive deep in the Road map curves, we will find out about cloud technology though we haven’t talked about it much in our past blogs but will plan to do it in our future blogs.

Cloud Technology

As we go down the map we realize the four phases “Monitoring”, “In Planning” , In Pilot and “In Deployment” .

The PaaS technology which has been categorized under “In Deployment” phase has already been talked about in our past blogs, you can click here to know more.

Further technologies terms would be explained in our future blogs, or if there is anything which you want us to explain or to drive in, we will always be happy to hear from you.

The inputs for this blogs has been taken from Gartner website, for more information on this, click here.

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