Lawrence Munro, worldwide vice president of Trustwave SpiderLabs, on active threat hunting and what it takes to become a red teamer.
Hackers modified a Pakistani government website where citizens can request passports to spy on its visitors, according to researchers at Trustwave.
In his role leading penetration testing services at Trustwave, Lawrence Munro, VP SpiderLabs, has pulled together the attributes, experience and qualifications he considers necessary to crack a career in this challenging space.
It’s more important than ever for cybersecurity professional to understand how attackers can gain access to sensitive company or customer data. While it’s still important to examine vulnerabilities in isolation, the ability to understand attack paths and how attackers can gain access to data.
Trustwave Managed Security Services’ elite team of 250 ethical hackers isn’t just protecting some of the world’s largest enterprises and government agencies. It’s actually reimagining ways that entire industries can protect their assets.
The constant stresses from advanced malware to zero-day vulnerabilities can easily turn into employee overload with potentially dangerous consequences. Here’s how to turn down the pressure.
Trustwave, a Top 100 MSSP, has integrated the Cybereason Defense Platform into its Managed Detection and Response (MDR) for Endpoints service.
Cloud-based security services can help organisations with a growing cloud footprint to reduce cost and address the manpower crunch in cyber security.
Arjun and Jessica Sud routinely use a baby monitor to keep tabs on their 7-month-old’s bedroom. Last month, they heard something chilling through the monitor: A deep male voice was speaking to their child.
Cybercriminals are turning to new technologies to launder their ill-gotten gains, including recruiting fake Uber drivers, shady Airbnb hosts and crypto conversion specialists via underground dark web, experts say.
Newly discovered security bugs in Lifesize videoconferencing products can be remotely exploited, giving attackers the ability to spy on a target organization or attack other devices.
Today’s topics include Trustwave improving its Secure Email Gateway to reduce email threats.
Trustwave announced the latest iteration of its email security platform with the unveiling of Secure Email Gateway (SEG) 8.2. Among the highlights is support for the Microsoft Azure Rights Management System (RMS), which is used to protect against data loss and unauthorized access.
Attackers know that shutting companies out of their own data can quickly cripple an organization and put the pressure on to consider paying the ransom.
Cybersecurity can feel like a chaotic free-for-all sometimes, but it’s not every day that a whole new conceptual type of attack crops up. Over the last 15 months, though, cryptojacking has been exactly that. It’s officially everywhere, and it’s not going away.
So what’s new for 2018? Trustwave moved into the enviable Leaders Quadrant, while Capgemini, DXC Technology and Fujitsu were added to the overall rankings.
Gift cards are popular gifts this time of year, but they’re also big targets for theft. Americans have spent almost $30 billion on gift cards this holiday season but have also lost more than $50 million so far this year in gift card-related scams, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Researchers disclose signedness bug in driver used by IBM Trusteer Rapport endpoint security tool after IBM fails to deliver timely patch.
What we see when we browse the web is just the tip of the iceberg. Hidden below the surface, accessible only by the Tor browser, exists a marketplace in which criminals can sell drugs, weapons and stolen data with relatively little surveillance.
Singtel has unveiled plans to integrate all security offerings under the Trustwave brand, bringing together Optus and NCS capabilities to create a cyber powerhouse.
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