Would it surprise you to know that cybercriminals aggressively target individuals over corporate infrastructures in their attacks? This is because it is easier and ultimately more profitable for hackers to target unsuspecting people. Threat actors target people in a myriad of ways in hopes of stealing credentials or uploading malicious apps into business networks to obtain a solid payday or gain access to sensitive data. According to research done by Proofpoint, a leading cybersecurity and compliance company, more than 99% of the attacks observed required human interaction to succeed.
Qualys Cloud Platform is the incident response and breach prevention vendor used at Systems Engineering to perform monthly external vulnerability scan for our customers. Recently, Qualys released a statement relating to a previously identified zero-day exploit in one of their third-party solutions (Accellion FTA).
UPDATE MARCH 8, 2021
Systems Engineering learned of the Exchange on-premises server vulnerability on Tuesday, March 2nd, and activated our incident response plan.
Have you wanted to move some or all of your organization's infrastructure to a cloud service provider (CSP) such as Microsoft Azure but have reservations? These could include security, compliance, and/or costs — areas you would not want to have surprises. This is why it is important to consider how you will get you there in a secure and optimized way for cost and performance. To help you navigate this process, we put together some key points to consider in your cloud migration strategy.
Important information for organizations who have Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Domain Controllers or with unsupported systems.
Within the last decade, small to medium-sized businesses (SMB) have embraced cloud technologies. The promises of agility, productivity, resiliency, and scalability are appealing benefits to any business leader. If you were to look around your business today, you may find the cloud touching almost every aspect of it. While cloud technologies offer significant benefits, they also introduce new security risks. This leaves executives searching for effective cybersecurity tools and solutions to reduce chances of a high-priced, high-profile data breach.
Cybercriminals have small to medium-sized businesses in their crosshairs, and they are using phishing emails to lure them in. The reality is, any organization with sensitive data can be a target for cybercriminals. They have learned to precisely craft their phishing emails to trick spam filters and fool unsuspecting victims into clicking. Once this happens, the cybercriminals have the green light to proceed with their scam. Learn about the types of phishing emails used today and steps your organization can take to reduce the risk of phishing attacks.