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By: Darktrace     Published Date: Jun 21, 2019
As a prominent US credit union, TruWest was faced with a number of challenges when securing its network and critical digital assets against cyber attackers. With the threat landscape evolving rapidly, and the cost of breaches rising, TruWest security chief, Chris Sprague, discusses how Darktrace gave his team a new way of approaching cyber security.
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By: BeyondTrust     Published Date: Apr 04, 2019
Unix and Linux build the foundation for most business-critical systems. Thus, these present target-rich environments for cyber-attackers. Privileged Access Management (PAM) helps to mitigate such risks. To succeed, organizations must follow an integrated approach, covering both privilege elevation and centralized management of shared account credentials.
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By: Alert Logic     Published Date: May 23, 2019
In our first cyber security checklist, we provided a security overview and best practices to help organizations prevent an initial compromise from occurring. In this guide, we will help you understand practical steps you can take to mitigate techniques attackers use once they have penetrated your defenses. Once attackers have access to a machine, they can evade detection by using fileless techniques and legitimate system administration tools to do their dirty work. With this checklist, you will have a guide to help mitigate the impact of an attacker. Lastly, we will hep you understand how partnering with a company like Alert Logic can provide better defenses to stop attackers in their tracks. This checklist helps to explain how to: How to manage and limit PowerShell access Securing and utilizing Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Ways to apply application controls Following the principle of least privilege and applying access controls What to monitor for to help uncover
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By: Veracode     Published Date: Jun 26, 2019
Applications become vulnerable to an encapsulation attack when they fail to differentiate data or functionality within components. Without clearly defined boundaries between control spheres, bad code can creep across components and attackers can gain unauthorized access to data and functions.
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