Simplify Your Journey to SOC Modernization

The discipline of threat intelligence began to be incorporated in cyber defense processes within private sector companies nearly a decade ago. Over the past few years, more and more organizations began to establish their own threat intelligence operations, building Security Operations Centers (SOCs), incident response (IR) capabilities and threat intelligence teams.

A Cybersecurity Risk Checklist for Law Firms

The growing wave of cybercrime targets businesses in every industry, and law firms are no exception. With many unique cybersecurity risks, law firms are more onerous to secure than other organizations. In addition to having to fend off threats from cybercriminals, they must also overcome the threat posed by hacktivists and nation-states. Law firms are especially attractive to bad actors because attorneys need access to highly sensitive data to provide legal services.

Why Your Organization Needs Comprehensive Security Operations

How prepared is your business to fend of bad actors seeking to infiltrate your network systems and breach your data? Imagine, if you will, the following scenario: It’s 5:30 am, and an employee has just clicked a malicious link in a phishing email. An attacker, armed with ransomware, has just gained access to your enterprise.

Managed Security Awareness: Beyond the Breach | Ransomware Infected Thumb Drives

The FBI has warned of a FIN7 cybercrime campaign in which attackers mail USB thumb drives to American organizations with the goal of delivering ransomware into their environments. Our latest Arctic Wolf Managed Security Awareness session, Beyond the Breach, breaks down what to look for and how to respond, shares background on this new cybercrime, and offers guidance on how to protect your organization.

Latest FBI Warning: Don't Trust Thumb Drives

The FBI recently warned and advised on a current scam in which bad actors mail malicious thumb drives in packages and trick recipients into thinking there is a legitimate reason for connecting the thumb drive to their computer. Let’s be clear. DON’T. Don’t stick that thing in your computer. You don’t know where it’s been!

Arctic Wolf Joins Gartner Peer Insights Customer First Program

Arctic Wolf joins the Gartner Peer Insights Customer First Program in the vulnerability assessment and managed detection and response service. The members of the Arctic Wolf team are excited to announce that we have pledged to be a Customer First vendor in the vulnerability assessment and managed detection and response service. Our team at Arctic Wolf takes great pride in this program commitment, as customer feedback continues to be a critical priority and shapes our products and services.

Securing DoD Systems - A Look at SOAR

It would be hard to overstate the critical importance of security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) capabilities for the effective mission success of security operations centers (SOC). Without a solid SOAR capability in place, an SOC will be easily overwhelmed with routine and repetitive tasks that in and of themselves could become a vulnerability.

How to Map SOC Analyst Skills With Experience Level

Security operations centers (SOCs) exist to deliver sustained monitoring and response capabilities. Staff members are a core pillar of this mission. Each SOC should have clearly articulated roles and levels for its personnel. This helps to establish fair practices for hiring, training, promotion, compensation and performance expectations.

What Oil and Gas Companies Must Do to Counter Cyber Threats

The oil and gas industry’s global supply chain uses a vast array of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) systems. These systems require constant cybersecurity protection to ensure energy flows efficiently and productively around the world to meet global needs. Hackers know that IT and OT systems are often interdependent and closely linked. In fact, the recent Colonial Pipeline attack resulted from the successful breach of Colonial’s IT network.