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How Weak Passwords Lead to Ransomware Attacks

Prevent ransomware attacks by building layers of defense into your cybersecurity strategy to mitigate the fallout of an infiltration.

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The Lockbit Ransomware Group

The homepage of the Lockbit group began displaying a message from federal agencies claiming they had seized the domain.

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Unlock Advanced Threat Correlation

Visit the ThreatQ marketplace and sign up for the free trial of the Enzoic and ThreatQ integration. Experience integrated cybersecurity.

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Does the Mother Of All Breaches Matter?

The MOAB  includes records from thousands of well-organized and reindexed leaks, breaches, and privately sold databases.

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NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation: Automated Blocking of Commonly Used Passwords

NYDFS introduced its 2nd amended Cybersecurity Regulation. One requirement is the automated blocking of commonly used passwords.

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Understanding Penetration Testing

What is a penetration test? How can I ensure there are no compromises after a pentest? Here are some common FAQs and answers.

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I Failed a Pentest: What do I Do?

Steps you should take after failing a pentest and focusing on addressing the vulnerabilities found and ensuring there are no compromises.

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How to Mitigating Credential Stuffing Attacks

A single compromised credential can trigger a broader security disaster. Companies must prioritize defending against credential stuffing attacks.

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2024 Verizon DBIR: Key Thoughts

It remains clear: stolen credentials are a consistent and continuous threat to organizations. Here are details from the 2024 Verizon DBIR.

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2024 RSA Conference Recap

Here are some of the key topics from this year’s 2024 RSA conference. It was an enlightening gathering, uniting cybersecurity experts.

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