Determined human adversaries, or DHA for short, have changed the information security game for everyone. Many customers take actions in attempt to evict an emplaced attacker – actions that result in alerting the attacker to the organization’s knowledge of their presence, but don’t truly evict the attacker from the network. In this blog, we will … Continue reading “But I Reset the Password” – Remediating an Enterprise After a Targeted Attack
WannaCrypt has been all over the news lately, discussing its impact and repeating details from cybersecurity analysts. In this post, we look at ransomware and its origins to gain a better understanding of WannaCrypt.
Recently, social media and news sources have been thoroughly covering a vulnerability in Intel's various management technologies. Although there is definitely reason to be concerned, there appears to be a bit of misinformation about the vulnerability, likely either due to sensationalism or lack of research. As such, I felt it beneficial to provide a view … Continue reading Understanding the Vulnerability in Intel’s Management Technology