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Responding to Kaseya VSA Vulnerability & REvil Ransomware Attack

Infocyte Guide to Responding to Kaseya VSA Vulnerability & Ransomware Attack The post Responding to Kaseya VSA Vulnerability & REvil Ransomware Attack appeared first on Infocyte ... Read More

Virginia Parmley of Infocyte Featured on CRN’s 2021 Women of the Channel List

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Infocyte, the trusted leader in advanced threat detection and behavioral monitoring for the mid market, today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Virginia Satrom Parmley, Vice President of Marketing, to the highly respected Women of the Channel list for 2021. This annual list recognizes the ... Read More

Infocyte Completes first 90 Days of Microsoft 365 Threat Assessments

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Findings Highlight Organizations Struggle with Proper MS 365 Configuration Microsoft 365 (formerly Office or O365) is the most popular SaaS productivity and back-office platform in the market today. The platform is leveraged by organizations of many different sizes; however, they all face the same challenges for handling the overall security ... Read More

Infocyte Partner Program Honored With 5-Star Rating in the 2021 CRN Partner Program Guide

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Chris Auger Infocyte is being acknowledged by CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, in its 2021 Partner Program Guide. This annual guide provides a conclusive list of the most distinguished partner programs from leading technology companies that provide products and services through the IT Channel. The 5-Star rating is ... Read More
Infocyte’s Enhanced Detection Rules Engine Maps to MITRE ATT&CK Framework

Infocyte’s Enhanced Detection Rules Engine Maps to MITRE ATT&CK Framework

Security is dynamic because adversaries are always evolving and increasing their sophistication. Companies must defend against known attacks while also being able to stand up defenses to detect and halt emerging threats. Infocyte has provided strong detection capabilities through our threat intelligence, threat research and our AI & ML analysis ... Read More

Expanding Infocyte’s Threat Intelligence and Response Function

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At its core, Infocyte’s mission has always been to help our customers and partners to find, investigate and purge cyber threats from their networks. We do this through our automated SaaS platform and the expertise of our team. The challenge is security teams find themselves battling increasingly advanced threats. Infocyte ... Read More

Chris Auger of Infocyte Recognized as 2021 CRN® Channel Chief

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Infocyte, a recognized leader in advanced endpoint detection and on-demand incident response, today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Chris Auger, vice president of sales, to its 2021 list of Channel Chiefs. The prestigious CRN® Channel Chiefs list, released annually, recognizes leading IT channel vendor executives ... Read More

Microsoft 365 Security for Extended Detection and Response

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John Norden As I mentioned in a recent blog post, Infocyte is expanding it’s platform capabilities by launching a Microsoft 365 security module this week. We are especially excited for this module which will enhance our endpoint detection and response platform to provide detection, response, and compliance across your entire ... Read More

Have your IPii&r & Respond too? IPii&r explained and why it is your new favorite information security acronym.

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By Chris Auger Regardless of your company’s size, from an attacker’s perspective, you have financial resources or can be a conduit to another organization’s funds. Today’s average attack is often part of an advanced persistent threat (APT) that has been in a compromised environment for 200+ days. This is a ... Read More

First Hour Response: The Only Way to Handle an Event Prior to it Becoming an Incident

By Chris Mills In a recent blog post around Cobalt Strike, Chris Gerritz spoke about how important it was to be prepared and have a true partner in the first hour of a security event. In speaking with our team over the last few weeks, we agreed that this really ... Read More
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