Antivirus is Dead...Long Live Antivirus

Ingalls has worked Incident Response for over 10 years; in that time we have seen some of the nastiest data breaches and a lot of victims who thought they were safe because they were using popular antivirus software. We’ve seen what works and

12 Aug 2020
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Cybersecurity Insurance, It’s the New Normal.

Modern horror stories begin with seemingly simple sentences. “I can’t get into my computer. There’s an error message, something about my files being encrypted.”

30 Jul 2020
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Vulnerability in Windows Domain Name System (DNS)

On July 14, 2020, Microsoft released a security update for the issue described in CVE-2020-1350 | Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability. This advisory describes a Critical Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability that affects

15 Jul 2020
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Burnout & Breaches: How Cybersecurity Firms Help Reduce Stress & Risk

Adapting to a changing threat landscape due to COVID-19 and organization-wide remote access has meant a busier than usual quarter for cybersecurity professionals.  An avalanche of phishing emails urging users to “click for new guidance about the

09 Jul 2020
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2020 Verizon DBIR - Is Malware Decreasing?

The Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) team at Verizon always produces first-class insight and perspective on the year’s breach data. This year, one of the highlights is a what they call a “survivorship callout”, a thoughtful way of looking

24 Jun 2020
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Are VPN Tools Just for Business Use?

Over the past few months, Work From Home (WFH) has seen an explosion.  En masse, companies and their employees, have responded to social distancing measures by staying home and relying on secure remote solutions to stay connected with their

17 Jun 2020
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