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Developer Roll Up: January 2023

The team at LimaCharlie is heading into 2023 with a pace of development that is unprecedented in the history of the company. This month's roll-up has too many new features and capabilities to summarize here - please see below for all the new goodness. Earlier this month, key members of the team got together to reflect on the progress we made in 2022 and pontificate on what we hope to accomplish in 2023. If you missed it, you can watch that talk below.

Introducing the LimaCharlie Query Language (LCSQL) BETA

This is an early introduction to the LimaCharlie Query Language (LCQL): a SQL-like language designed to allow users to quick and easily leverage historical telemetry and search across their entire fleet. It is an exciting new capability that enables a whole new class of use cases.

The Simply Cyber Report: January 30, 2023

Microsoft has started blocking the execution of XLL add-ins downloaded from the Internet. The hacking group DragonSpark is leveraging Golang source code interpretation to evade detection. Threat actors are turning to Sliver to replace more popular frameworks Cobalt Strike and Metasploit. Over 4,500 WordPress sites have been hacked and Emote malware makes a comeback.

How MSSPs can consolidate security tools, reduce costs, and increase revenue.

The Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) market is poised for exponential growth. Researchers estimate that the global managed security services market will generate revenue of approximately $53.2 billion by the end of 2031, a 264% growth rate for 2021 with a 14.2% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).

2022 in Review (and what's to come)

Join the team at LimaCharlie for an interactive open forum about much of what has happened in 2022. Dive into and learn about key feature releases and hear a little about what's to come for the future. 2022 was a major growth year for LimaCharlie and we'll discuss the wide range of capabilities we have added that enable our users to assemble a security stack unique to their organizations.

Managing cybersecurity in a recession

The consensus view is that the economy will fall into a recession in 2023. If the analysts’ predictions come to pass, cybersecurity companies will face a number of serious challenges. In this post, we’ll talk about the problems of managing cybersecurity during a recession—and explain how the LimaCharlie platform can be used to help cybersecurity firms and their clients weather the storm.

The Simply Cyber Report: December 27, 2022

New vulnerability found in WooCommerece Gift Cards Premium Wordpress plugin with CVSS score of 9.8. Fin7 has developed an AI-powered automated attacking tool called Checkmarks. Checkmarks is designed to auto-attack ms exchange systems, perform post exploitation actions, and grab enough data to allow FIN7 to understand their victim.

8 predictions for cybersecurity in 2023 and beyond

At LimaCharlie, we believe the cybersecurity community contains a tremendous wealth of expertise, intelligence, and wisdom. It’s one of the main reasons we do what we do as a company: give cybersecurity professionals the tools and infrastructure to build their own solutions, and full control over and visibility into their security stack.

Power your threat detections with SnapAttack and LimaCharlie

LimaCharlie and SnapAttack are pleased to announce a new integration that gives organizations access to open-source intelligence objects and behaviorally-oriented detections developed by the SnapAttack threat research team as well as popular community tools, such as Atomic Red Team and Sigma. The ruleset contains high-confidence detections for most platforms that have been verified against true positive data by SnapAttack’s threat detection team.