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Email – The Number One Threat Vector

Email – The Number One Threat Vector

Over 95% of cyberattacks start with an email. Email is the number one source of spam, malware, ransomware, and deceptive messaging designed to entice users into divulging sensitive information. Email attacks are getting more devious and sophisticated every day....
5 Tips To Prevent Ransomware Attacks

5 Tips To Prevent Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware is one the most damaging cyberattacks that a business can experience — and unfortunately, it’s only becoming more prevalent. March 2021 saw 151 recorded incidents of cyberattacks, with ransomware gangs targeting small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in the...
Five Key Features for Evaluating Modern SIEMs

Five Key Features for Evaluating Modern SIEMs

Protecting sprawling IT environments against ever-evolving threats with limited resources can be overwhelming. Sifting through all the event logs from perimeter security devices, servers, and applications across an environment to manually detect threats and anomalies...
Breaking the Ransomware Kill Chain

Breaking the Ransomware Kill Chain

The pandemic has been great for business — if you’re in the ransomware business. Ransomware criminals tripled their income in 2020, collecting at least $350 million in ransom payments according to a new report from firm Chainalysis. The company notes that the actual...
Building a Better SIEM with Automation & Analytics

Building a Better SIEM with Automation & Analytics

IT security professionals have a love-hate relationship with security information and event management (SIEM) systems. While most consider SIEM to be an invaluable element of modern network security, they also find the systems to be costly, complex and confusing. SIEM...
Common Challenges with Implementing SIEM Solutions

Common Challenges with Implementing SIEM Solutions

Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) solutions offer a host of benefits, from reducing cybersecurity risk and enhancing operational efficiency to simplifying compliance reporting. With real-time insight into potential issues and threats, SIEM solutions enable...
What to Do After a Negative Pen Test

What to Do After a Negative Pen Test

Penetration tests, or pen tests, are ethical hacking exercises in which security professionals, like Cerium Networks, launch simulated attacks on your computer systems to assess your overall security posture. There’s no need to panic if you get a negative test result,...
Shadow IT: How to Reduce Risk and Reap Rewards

Shadow IT: How to Reduce Risk and Reap Rewards

The pandemic-driven shift to remote work has revived anxiety about shadow IT. Lacking many of the technology tools they used in the workplace, home-bound employees were quick to turn to cloud-based applications and services — often without the knowledge or permission...
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