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Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), also referred to as endpoint detection and threat response (EDTR), is an endpoint security solution that continuously monitors end-user devices to detect and respond to cyber threats like ransomware and malware. Coined by the ex-Gartner Analyst

XDR emerged as a market category in response to the complexity of collecting, aggregating, analyzing, and investigating the thousands of alerts thrown off by dozens of security technologies. The basic premise or the solution is a simple one: XDR is

Defending Against Magecart Skimming Cyber Attacks Prior to the holidays last year and a couple of months before the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic we wrote about our concern with regard to the increase in Magecart attacks against online retailers which

Protecting Your Remote Employees from Cyber Attacks As we suggested in our last blog post, this blog post was written to help our customers and readers of our blog protect themselves against cybercriminals who are trying to leverage the Corona Virus

“CEO Fraud” or “CEO Fraud Phishing” Doubled Over the Past Year CEO Fraud is a scam in which cyber criminals either spoof or literally take over company email accounts to impersonate executives in order to try and trick an employee in

The IDC Global DNS Threat Report released last summer revealed that 82% of organizations were victims of DNS attacks with each suffering an average of 9 DNS attacks which was an increase of 34%. In addition, over 63% of the

A SIEM’s Role in Network Security Analysis and Monitoring We put together a series of blog posts that deal with Network Security Design and Log Monitoring that are hopefully providing you clear, straightforward information about the real basics of Network Security.

Why Log Monitoring and Management is Critical to IT Security In our last blog post titled “The Fundamentals of Network Security Analysis and Monitoring” we discussed active versus passive security devices, flow analysis versus packet analysis, and several of the security

Magecart is Threatening Online Businesses this Holiday Season As we suggested in an earlier blog post, there have been 5,183 breaches from the first nine months of 2019 which exposed 7.9 billion records, both all-time records. The number of breaches is

Vulnerabilities and Poor Patching Practices Lead to Breaches In our previous blog posts, which discussed the differences between Vulnerability Scans, Vulnerability Assessments, Vulnerability Management and Penetration Tests we indicated how vital these processes and exercises were to eliminating vulnerabilities quickly and