How to Stay Out of the Security Shelfware Trap

How to Stay Out of the Security Shelfware Trap

The RSA Conference is just around the corner, and with it, one of the true spectacles of the security industry. If you visit the show floor of exhibitors you will find a seemingly endless sea of security vendors and products stretching in all directions, each one promising to be the ... Read More
Stop Attacks with New Controls for NTLM and RPC

How to Get Control of Your Risk and Paralyze Malware in the Process

Attackers and their malware are increasingly relying on a handful of common tools such as Mimikatz, PsExec, and WMI to spread through a network and do damage. Some of these tools are very common and hard to blacklist in a network, and likewise make use of protocols such as NTLM ... Read More
Fixing Account Lockouts With Adaptive Policies

Fixing Account Lockouts With Adaptive Policies

Dealing with account lockouts is one of the unhappy facts of life for many IT teams. And while resolving lockouts isn’t particularly difficult, it is the sheer volume of incidents that often weighs down IT teams. In fact a recent survey found that ⅓ of IT and Support tickets are ... Read More
Stopping Breaches Requires Asking the Right Questions

Stopping Breaches Requires Asking the Right Questions

In a very short period of time, machine learning (ML) has had a major impact on the field of cybersecurity. Machine learning has proven to be adept at finding threats in ways that traditional signatures never could, whether detecting malware, finding vulnerabilities, or recognizing when a trusted employee has been ... Read More
Becoming NYDFS Compliant With Preempt

Becoming NYDFS Compliant With Preempt

The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has recently enacted new cybersecurity regulation aimed at protecting financial services organizations and their data. The new regulation known as 23 NYCRR 500 actually went into effect earlier in the year, but the 180-day transition period ended on August 28th, meaning ... Read More