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How Blended Attacks Work

A blended attack is one of the most powerful weapons in the arsenal of a bad actor intending harm to digital assets and computing systems. A blended attack is a sophisticated cyber attack that utilizes a mix of malicious code, computer viruses, worms or Trojan horses and exploits multiple software or hardware vulnerabilities known to the attacker.

On-Premise vs Cloud SIEM

The idea of collecting data from logs and using this data for analyzing the behavior of software applications, endpoints and servers dates back to the 80s. It took over a decade for the first Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems to appear as an on-premise security tool that collects logs from multiple collection points to detect abnormal activity.

How to Celebrate Choose Privacy Week

Choose Privacy Week, first observed by the American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) in 2010, is an initiative that invites the public to have a conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. The campaign gives the public the tools they need to educate and engage , and gives them resources to think critically and make more informed choices about their privacy.

The Biggest Problem with Sales in Cyber Security

DJ Jones, Director of North American Sales at Datashield, outlines one of the biggest problems with sales in cyber security. The answer may surprise you. Today we caught DJ off guard and asked him:

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  • Feb 11, 2020 1:41:37 PM

Microsoft Releases Notice of More RDP Vulnerabilities

Two more security issues announced surrounding Remote Code Execution against Remote Desktop Services. Microsoft released a notice today concerning two vulnerabilities, which would result in a Remote Code Execution vulnerability against the Remote Desktop Services.  These are being tracked under CVE-2019-1181 and CVE-2019-1182. This is akin the previous vulnerability that we notified you on, CVE-2019-0708, aka Bluekeep.

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