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How NDR Tools Integrate Automation and Orchestration

Connectivity is paramount today for convenience, efficiency, and productivity. Our devices are interconnected in our homes and offices from the moment we walk through the door. From laptops and mobile phones to smart devices and printers, we often rely on a single network connection to keep everything running smoothly.

The Growing Importance of Data Privacy in IT Network Security Management

Today, in the digital age, data privacy is a key part of IT security. Companies nowadays rely on vast networks to handle their daily operations. Thus, safeguarding sensitive information is paramount. This article explores the importance of data privacy in IT network security management. We will explore crucial themes such as evolving threats and regulatory landscapes. Continue reading and also learn some of the best practices for businesses.

What is Early Launch Anti Malware? An Overview

In an era dominated by digital advancements, cybersecurity has become the cornerstone of technological integrity and trust. The pivotal role of cybersecurity in today’s digital landscape is exemplified by the exponential rise in cyber threats—ranging from ransomware to sophisticated phishing attacks—that demand increasingly robust defensive mechanisms.

What Is Spyware? The Various Types & How To Stay Protected

Think of all the information you type into your mobile or computer devices every day. From conversations with close and trusted friends, to sensitive medical queries and banking details – today’s devices are integral to our day to day lives. Attackers don’t just understand that your phone and laptop hold a lot of sensitive data – they also know this sensitive data can be sold for a profit.

What is Malware as a Service and How it Affects Business Security

Malware as a Service (MaaS) is a direct replica of the Software as a Service (SaaS) business model you’re already familiar with. In the same way that SaaS customers are able to purchase software via rapid and scalable licensing, online communities of threat actors have paved the way toward a highly efficient, distributed malware economy of their own. Malware distribution used to be direct – usually from the same attacker or group as those that created it.

What is Ransomware and how to prevent ransomware attacks

Find out what ransomware is and its types in this super easy beginner’s guide. This quick video guide explains how ransomware attacks work and the steps enterprises can take to mitigate ransomware. The video also answers questions on – what are the stages of a ransomware attack, what are the various ransomware encryption techniques, and best practices to prevent ransomware attacks.

MSP Lawsuit Underscores Importance of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Sacramento, CA law firm Mastagni Holstedt has alleged that its MSP LanTech LLC failed to protect it from a ransomware attack that took down its systems. According to ChannelE2E, Mastagni Holstedt is also suing LanTech’s backup vendor Acronis, which has denied any responsibility for the ransomware attack. We’ll be watching to see how it all shakes out. In the meantime, let’s look at what happened and what we can take away from it. Hint: multi-factor authentication matters. A lot.

Prevent and Recover from Ransomware Attacks with Layered Security

Delivering effective security requires a layered approach varying from comprehensive backups, endpoint hardening, effective patch management for both the operating system as well as third-party applications, AV/EDR products like SentinelOne, and more. This list just scratches the surface of the myriad of tools and methods for maintaining a proactive security posture.

After a Ransomware Infection - Enhancing Security for Your Infrastructure Against Further Intrusion

In a previous blog, we outlined the essential steps that organizations should take within the first two days after the detection of a ransomware attack. In this follow-up post, we’ll discuss what an organization should do after the initial response to reduce the risks of future attacks. We’ll also highlight how Progress Flowmon can support ongoing network monitoring, early detection of attacks and reduction of further damage. Webinar: The First 48 Hours of Ransomware Incident Response.
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It's Not Black Magic: Malware & Ransomware in Plain English

It was almost exactly 10 years ago in December 2013 that we wrote our first blog post about detecting CryptoLocker, which was the first sophisticated Ransomware attack of its kind back then. BTW, 2013 was the year of the Boston Marathon bombing, Edward Snowden leaking secret NSA information, Syrians fleeing their home country and Nelson Mandela passing away.