NetStandard’s Security Minute Series There’s a new critical vulnerability in vCenter, allowing an attacker to use port 443 to gain root access to vCenter. Even if you don’t have port 443 exposed to the internet, an attacker that breaches an…Read More
NetStandard’s Security Minute Series This is scary: The IT monitoring software Centreon was attacked, and allowed the Sandworm group access to Centreon for 3 years. IT monitoring software is generally very trusted software, with visibility to everything inside a network,…Read More
NetStandard’s Security Minute Series This week was Patch Tuesday! Microsoft released patches for 58 different bugs (the smallest number in a year!), but called out 4 as being especially noteworthy – an actively-exploited zero-day, two remote code executions, and a denial of…Read More
Consider keeping your business safe with email filtering Trickbot Targeting Legal and Insurance Providers One of the most active sources of malicious emails over the past couple of years has been Trickbot. Trickbot has been a major target from Microsoft, and went dormant…Read More
NetStandard’s Security Minute Series An interesting thought I read in a book the other day: “You win more by not being stupid, than you do from being smart.” This is very applicable to cyber security. Cyber criminals are most often…Read More
Is your overall business risk mitigation strategy and crisis management policy to ensure continuity and capability evaluated, in case the event of something (else!) unexpected occurs? With the recent SolarWinds attack, the impacts of cybersecurity and breaches are back in…Read More
ould SolarWinds Hack Affect You and Your Business? This week, you’ve likely heard the news about SolarWinds being hacked – potentially exposing up to 18,000 organizations. Most worryingly, a number of US Government agencies have seen evidence of malicious activity,…Read More
“Plans are useless, but planning is essential.”– President Dwight D. Eisenhower This past year has presented us all with a unique set of challenges driven by the COVID pandemic. Although many of the changes in technology we have experienced this…Read More
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