Remediation in cyber security refers to responding to a breach while also limiting the potential amount of damage that breach can cause to your organization.
A Security Domain is an application or group of applications that trust a standard security token for authorization, authentication, or session management.
A Spear phishing attack is a technique to acquire sensitive information (Ex: usernames, passwords, and other personal information) or access a computer system by sending spoof messages that appear legitimate.
The Red Team in Cyber Security is responsible for identifying an attack path that breaches a company's security defenses through real-world hacker tactics.
The Blue Team in Cyber Security is responsible for defending their organization's information and systems by maintaining security posture against attackers (Ex: Red Team).
Shoulder surfing is a criminal tactic where a person steals your data by looking over your shoulder as you use an ATM, computer, public kiosk, or any other electronic device.
Tailgating is a socially engineered attack that enables hackers to access a password-protected or otherwise off-limits location which typically involves a bad actor closely following an authorized person into a restricted area.