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Did you know that March 5, 2021 is the National Day of Unplugging?
At Datashield, we pride ourselves on our ability to protect our clients, especially during the pandemic. Our security experts have compiled a list of the top five tips for those looking to increase their security in a remote work environment.
Organizations running applications in public clouds need a centralized system for deploying managing and securing their apps.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a method and technology to verify a user’s identity requiring two or more credential category types for the user to be able to log into a system or make a transaction.
Carbon Black (CB) Defense is a distributed process monitoring tool for threat detection across enterprise networks. The Carbon Black sensor executes data capturing activities to discover suspicious activities that occur within a network. Once deployed, the CB Defense sensor stays on and always collects data that can be categorized and analyzed for suspicious activities.
This post is an informational announcement detailing the Citrix NetScaler Vulnerability and what Datashield is doing to help our customers detect and mitigate the issue. Since the announcement of the vulnerability in Citrix devices (CVE-2019-19781) Datashield has performed extensive analysis and research on exploit attempts, attack patterns, and the latest intelligence. Citrix released security bulletin CTX267027 containing information on a vulnerability in various Citrix Products. This allows an unauthenticated attack that allows remote code execution.
There is a lot more to cyber security than just hacking... So… Everyone wants to be a penetration tester! Lately I’ve been speaking at events, conducting interviews, mentoring new security professionals and students and every single person when asked how they want their career to progress or what they are interested in doing, like clockwork every single person says, “penetration tester”. Maybe I’m the only one, but this is a huge pet peeve of mine!