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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Critical Patches Issued for Microsoft Products, June 09, 2020

Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Microsoft products, the most severe of which could allow for remote code execution. Successful exploitation of the most severe of these vulnerabilities could result in an attacker gaining the same

15 Jun 2020
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How To Respond When You’ve Been Breached

An employee calls the helpdesk saying that they can’t access their files, and there’s a note on the screen saying to email the attacker to send bitcoin to get the files decrypted. The CEO is receiving emails from their contacts asking whether

12 Jun 2020
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Celebrating Our 10th Anniversary

Ingalls Information Security, a leader in Incident Response and technology enabled Cybersecurity Risk Management, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary!

Since 2010, we’ve been in war rooms and boardrooms, investigating computer networks targeted

10 Jun 2020
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It’s 501 Somewhere, featuring Jason Ingalls

In a recent installment of the Channel Futures' talk show, It’s 501 Somewhere, Ingalls talks about how the security landscape has shifted amid COVID-19 and the resulting work-from-home paradigm shift.

21 May 2020
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