Lessons from the Medibank breach
Ming Fu, a member of the Americas Pre-Sales Engineering Team at QOMPLX, looks at the much publicized Medibank breach in Australia last year, and draws a few much needed lessons based on the published findings of this breach.
IcedID Malware Gaining Prominence by Adding Identity Attack Chains
Brian Freedman, WW Director of Solution Architecture highlights how identity controls are necessary tools, along with EDR, to combat evolving malware threats that have been expanding to include identity compromise as a primary objective in their attack strategies.
Active Directory is Your #1 Cyber Risk. Start Treating It That Way.
If Active Directory is so critical, why do so many firms take a hands off approach to AD security? In our latest report, we explore that issue and offer some steps organizations can take to secure it.
Latest CISA Warning Hints At Worst Case Scenario In Russia Hack
Federal agencies are advised to counter “Kerberoasting and forged TGT ” attacks—suggesting a worst-case scenario for federal IT networks.
Zerologon is a Big Deal. Here’s Why.
The Microsoft vulnerability dubbed Zerologon is a 10-on-a-10-scale critical flaw in Windows Netlogon. We explain what you need to know about this serious, new vulnerability.