Integrate certificate life cycle management with enterprise MDM and boost your mobile ecosystem security

A huge portion of today’s corporate network is made up of mobile endpoints, such as laptops, tablet computers, and mobile phones. These are domain-joined and non-domain devices that require access to corporate assets to carry out everyday operations. To …

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 Security operations center, Part 2: Life of a SOC analyst 

In the first part of this blog series, we saw a brief overview of what a security operations center (SOC) is and how it operates. In this part, we’ll take a look at the typical activities that SOC analysts carry …

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Is Germany’s official COVID-19 contact tracing app more viral than the virus?

The COVID-19 pandemic forced several governments across the world to restrict civil liberties and movements. However, with new technologies such as contact tracing apps to aid in tracking and containing the spread of the virus, some governments are now able …

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How to secure your network from a Ryuk ransomware attack

Universal Health Services (UHS), a Fortune 500 company and healthcare services provider, has reportedly shut down systems at facilities throughout the United States after the Ryuk ransomware hit its network on September 27, according to an article on the Health

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5 user behavioral patterns to look out for in a decentralized workspace

Problem: If there are thousands of employees scattered around hundreds of places, how do you keep your organization’s network safe?

Solution: You should monitor your employees wherever they’re located, and devise a standard baseline of their behavior through machine learning …

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Advanced Active Directory attacks: Simulating domain controller behavior

There was a time when cyberattacks on identity and authentication infrastructures [like Active Directory (AD)] were immensely challenging to perform. A lot of forethought had to be put into devising a plan for the careful execution of attacks, and advanced …

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Are you listening to your logs? Part 4: Open ports

Did you know that an organization with more open ports is more vulnerable to data breaches?

 In the first, second, and third parts of the Are you listening to your logs? series, we saw how logs can be …

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Are you listening to your logs? Part 3: High disk usage

In the previous blog of this series, we saw how server crashes can be avoided by detecting low disk space in time using logs. In this blog, we’ll talk about another server metric, disk usage, and how it can be …

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Are you listening to your logs? Part 2: Low disk space

In the first part of this blog series, we saw how monitoring slow server response times in your network can help detect denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. In this blog, we look at how logs can detect an operational issue such as …

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