The best fantasy team for cyber defense

As a long-time Dallas Cowboys fan, I was thrilled to see this recent ESPN headline: “How did the Eagles, Cowboys, Giants improve so much in 2022?” (minus the Eagles and Giants parts, of course). Here is how ESPN’s Bill Barnwell sums up the Cowboys’ transformation this season: “The biggest difference ... Read More

A new weapon against Command & Control infrastructures

Command and control (C2) infrastructures are the “brain” behind successful, malicious cyber attacks, including malware, ransomware, ransomware-as-a-service, living-off-the-land attacks, etc. As dangerous cyber weapons, C2 infrastructures are used by cyber criminals to communicate nefarious commands to systems inside a compromised network ... Read More

Still driving down the cyber highway crowded with white sedans?

There’s no secret that I have an affinity for cars. Some may say that I need an intervention. If you were to ask me what my favorite car is, I would be hard pressed to nail down an answer. But what I do know is this: my blue Porsche 911 ... Read More

Breaking down cybersecurity data silos

IronNet was built on the concept of collective defense – working together to strengthen the cybersecurity posture of the community. Now, chief information security officers (CISOs) across industries are recognizing that collaboration is the best path forward. In fact, the Wall Street Journal recently reported that 75% of security professionals ... Read More

Neighbor security: lessons learned for enterprise networks

Picture this: you’re working from home while many of your neighbors have gone back to the office. You get up from your desk for your first break of the day, hoping to steal a few minutes to heat up some leftovers. You’re waiting for the microwave countdown and glance out ... Read More