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LogSentinel Received an Award for "Most Reliable Vendor of the Year" 2022

22nd June 2022 Balchik, Bulgaria – LogSentinel received an award for “Most reliable vendor of the year” at this year’s biggest cybersecurity conference, hosted in Balchik, and organized by Computer2000, LogSentinel’s official reseller for the CEE area. LogSentinel presented “The Power of XDR, Staying Ahead of the Curve”. In the presentation, prof.

Analytics and Automation in the Autonomous SOC

SOC analysts suffer from alert fatigue caused by too many data sources and platforms, too little context in investigations, too few people, and too little time. Mature cybersecurity teams manage this challenge by leveraging an integrated set of data analytics capabilities from best-of-breed solutions to establish an end-to-end experience — from data collection to response.

The three core strengths of USM Anywhere

USM Anywhere is the ideal solution for small and mid-sized businesses that need multiple high-quality security tools in a single, unified package. There’s no reason large, global enterprises should have a monopoly on top cybersecurity technology. Solutions like USM Anywhere give smaller organizations access to security tools that are both effective and affordable.

Panther Labs CEO Jack Naglieri: How to make security operations painless

Today on the Future of Security Operations podcast, Thomas is joined by Jack Naglieri, CEO of Panther Labs, a cloud-native SIEM platform that alleviates the pain of traditional SIEM with detection-as-code, a robust security data lake, and huge scalability with zero-ops.

Follina - CVE-2022-30190

Monday, May 30th, 2022, Microsoft issued CVE-2022-30190 for a Remote Code Execution vulnerability with the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (MSDT) in Windows: “A remote code execution vulnerability exists when MSDT is called using the URL protocol from a calling application such as Word. An attacker who successfully exploits this vulnerability can run arbitrary code with the privileges of the calling application.

Data Eats the World: You'll Consume It Intelligently with the Autonomous SOC

“Software is eating the world.” That phrase entered the high-tech lexicon in 2011, courtesy of Marc Andreessen, co-founder of both Netscape and venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. His thesis is proven time and again. If you substitute data for software, it amplifies the power of Andreessen’s observation. Consider the following statistics on how much data is created every day: Technology users alone generate more than 1.145 trillion MB of data every day!

4 ways financial services leaders can stay ahead of the cybersecurity risk curve

As financial institutions migrate to modern infrastructure and cloud services, bad actors have extended their skills and capabilities to achieve their missions. This is compounded by the fact that financial and payment vehicles continue to go virtual. Even the slightest breach can result in fines and reputational harm. Many financial institutions are successfully taking a risk-based approach to cybersecurity, according to our recent co-sponsored study with ThoughtLab.

4 key strategies for the retail industry to fend off rising cybersecurity risks

Retailers are facing a more challenging cybersecurity environment than ever, according to a new study, Cybersecurity solutions for a riskier world. With physical and digital worlds colliding, greater levels of regulation, and more savvy cybercriminals, executives agree that we have entered a new era of cyber risk. In fact, 30% of retailers say they are not prepared for the threats ahead. In response to these changes, the role of the retail CISO is expanding.

Automating the Security Protections rapid response to malware

Cyber attacks on corporate networks were up 50% in 2021, and it’s expected that 2022 will see more of the same. Elastic Endpoint Security includes a variety of protection layers to ensure maximum coverage against different types of malware. There have been a few examples recently of the need for fast, accurate updates of user environments in order to protect against the latest malware.