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Don’t Let Microsoft OneNote Documents Become Your One Recurring Nightmare
Discovering threat actors accessing your environment is difficult. When they are cleverly disguised in one of your organization's trusted applications, it’s even harder - and your adversaries are counting on organizations not to pick up on the nuances.
Endpoint Security is the First Line of Defense: Expert Guide for How to Choose the Best EDR
When it comes to endpoint security, businesses may face challenges in evaluating a solution and securing an investment. These decisions are often influenced by expiring contracts with existing vendors, the allure of new features like AI, or securing a favorable renewal offer from the
Hygiene Tip: Shut Down Attackers Harvesting Cached Browser Credentials
Recently, ActZero learned that ransomware actors are harvesting credentials from browsers during their attack. In recent attack chains our threat researchers have seen that, once the attacker gains a foothold, they are using Living-off-the-Land (LoTL) attacks to harvest the cached credentials from
Compromised Admin Account
Hackers are what we might call the thorns and thistles of the internet. An egregious nuisance in the age of technology, and a poisonous problem in the evolving landscape of social and business interactions. It is not to be treated casually. To abate the risks of compromised admin accounts, we
No Case for Security Budget? Demand Participation Instead
It’s a common misconception across business and industry that cybersecurity is a function performed exclusively by security or IT people. In actuality, virtually all members of staff, including non-technical staff, form part of your cybersecurity protective barrier.
Time’s Up On TikTok In Corporate Environments
Several governments around the world have or are considering banning the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok from government mobile devices as it presents an “unacceptable level of risk to privacy and security.” Canada is the latest of a number of governments to take this action. And the United
Tenets of Incident Response Postmortem (RCA)
As IT leaders, we invest in people, processes, and technology to prevent cybersecurity incidents, and to plan for potential threats and attacks. But despite our best efforts, we encounter situations that lead to exposed vulnerabilities, hacked systems, and stolen data. The threat, regardless of
6 Easy Ways to Detect Healthcare Data Breaches
Cyber-attacks on healthcare dominate recent news, and ransomware attacks are among the most troubling.1 Recent numbers from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services show that 2022 has been rife with hacking incidents,2 with hundreds of providers and thousands of individuals affected.