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Azurescape Vulnerability: More Evidence that  Microsoft Should Leave Security to the Experts

Azurescape Vulnerability: More Evidence that  Microsoft Should Leave Security to the Experts

It’s been a busy couple weeks for Microsoft—and not in a good way. Following the news that a configuration error left Azure cloud customer data exposed to potential compromise, and a security ...
Microsoft Zero-Day-of-the-Month Club

Microsoft Zero-Day-of-the-Month Club

When it comes to zero day attacks against Microsoft products, I often feel like Bill Murray’s character in the movie Groundhog Day. It seems like I keep waking up to the same ...
CISO Roundtable: Ransomware Attacks and the True Cost to Business

CISO Roundtable: Ransomware Attacks and the True Cost to Business

A recent global research report conducted by Cybereason, titled Ransomware: The True Cost to Business, revealed that the vast majority of organizations that have suffered a ransomware attack have experienced significant impact ...
Summer Webinar Series with CSO Sam Curry

Summer Webinar Series with CSO Sam Curry

Join Cybereason CSO Sam Curry for this webinar series where he revisits some of the cybersecurity highlights of the first half of 2021, from the SolarWinds supply chain attacks to DarkSide and ...
Deja Vu: What Do NotPetya and SolarWinds Have in Common?

Deja Vu: What Do NotPetya and SolarWinds Have in Common?

As I was waking up in Boston on the morning of June 27, 2017, reports were being shared on social media that an electric power supplier in Ukraine was hit by a ...
SolarWinds Threat Actors Behind New Email Attack Campaign

SolarWinds Threat Actors Behind New Email Attack Campaign

The threat actors behind last year’s SolarWinds supply chain attack have launched a new email attack campaign aimed at organizations around the world. This attack wave attracted the attention of the Microsoft ...
The Line in the Sand: How We Respond Today Impacts Our Security Tomorrow

The Line in the Sand: How We Respond Today Impacts Our Security Tomorrow

In the past few months, we’ve faced massive attacks with SolarWinds and the HAFNIUM attacks targeting Microsoft Exchange, followed by the unprecedented ransomware attack by DarkSide that crippled US critical infrastructure. It ...