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Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 07, 2021

Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder, discussed Active Directory and authentication attacks as part of the Journal of Cyber Policy article, ‘2021 Predictions for Identity and Access Management (IAM)’

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 06, 2021

Andrew Sellers, QOMPLX CTO and co-founder, was featured in the Journal of Cyber Policy article, ‘2021 Cybersecurity Predictions for the Workplace,’ discussing the importance of securing remote work in 2021.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 06, 2021

Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder, was highlighted in the Security Info Watch article, ‘It will be the year of deception in the cybersecurity world say the experts,’ discussing Active Directory and authentication attacks in ransomware and breach events in 2021.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 04, 2021

Andrew Sellers, QOMPLX CTO and co-founder, was featured in the Journal of Cyber Policy

Written by QOMPLX Staff | January 04, 2021

Professionals and organizations can benefit from a variety of free guides and resources to inform their threat hunting. We take a look at operationalizing the JP CERT report and recommendations on detecting lateral movement using Windows Event Logs.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | December 31, 2020

It would be safe to say that few New Years have been as anxiously anticipated as 2021. Here’s wishing you a Happy New Year from QOMPLX!

Written by QOMPLX Staff | December 28, 2020

Healthcare Global features an article by Jason Crabtree, QOMPLX CEO and co-founder, ‘The impact on health of cyber attacks.’ The article discusses the risks run by the healthcare sector, and what needs to change to improve cyber safety.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | December 28, 2020

QOMPLX’s prediction that “state, national data privacy laws take center stage” was among those called out by the publication Government Technology in its recent piece The Top Security Predictions for 2021.