Trustwave SpiderLabs’ Ed Williams shared his insights on how secure Windows 11 is for a feature article from UK journalist Davey Winder for Forbes
Trustwave SpiderLabs’ latest research blog detailing the researchers’ findings on the BlackByte ransomware strain as well providing the decryptor so that victims might be able to use it to reverse the malware's damage
A free decryptor for BlackByte ransomware was released by Trustwave SpiderLabs researchers after they cracked the crypto-locking malware's encryption
Trustwave SpiderLabs’ Ed Williams participates in a video interview with Danny Palmer at ZDNet discussing the ins and outs of a ransomware attack, how cyber criminals get into networks and what they actually do once inside
In this episode Trustwave’s Ed Williams and journalist Stephen Pritchard look at the 30 days after a ransomware attack, the impact of ransomware attacks on operations and reputation, and how businesses can recover
Twenty percent of this year’s new vulnerabilities were given a ‘high severity’ scoring by the NVD and given the speed with which malicious actors can start exploiting these vulnerabilities, researchers at Trustwave investigated and reported on how quickly industry patches them.
To help organizations get a better handle on their patch management, Trustwave says organizations should assign an individual or a team to design a security program that covers risk management and policy, provide training, and implement an effective incident response plan.
Karl Sigler, senior security research manager at Trustwave SpiderLabs, points to reasons why the number of disclosed vulnerabilities is trending upward.
Graeme Slogrove on how the ubiquity and resilience of email poses a cybersecurity threat many aren't paying attention to.
Trustwave provides insight into the two main drivers behind recent cyber attacks on manufacturing companies.
Eric Pinkerton explains how to safeguard personal data on social media platforms, in light of multiple data scrapes in 2021 alone.
Following the significant vulnerability found in Microsoft’s Azure Cosmos DB service, companies are reminded that even the Big Three cloud providers can make mistakes and that organizations have to still worry about cloud database security.
Grayson Lenik of Trustwave Government Solutions shares how organizations can defend themselves against growing ransomware threats by training employees in security best practices, vetting the supply chain, implementing layers of defense and hacking their own organization in a byline article for SC Magazine.
With the surge in ransomware over the past year, Trustwave has seen a 2x demand for its ransomware preparedness services. The increase in demand has been driven by CEO and board-level interest in cyber resilience and preparedness, according to Darren Van Booven, Lead Principal Consultant at Trustwave and former CISO of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Trustwave’s lead principal consultant, Darren Van Booven, shares advice for the manufacturing industry on how to protect against ransomware attacks in a byline article for Information Age
Trustwave launched a first-of-its-kind cyber supply chain assessment solution for enterprises and SMBs in the Pacific region.
Reegun Richard Jayapaul, Trustwave SpiderLabs Lead Threat Architect, discovered the flaw in the Self-Destruct feature of Telegram MacOS, which is part of the Secret-Chats aspect of the messaging app that uses end-to-end encryption.
New bugs discovered by Reegun Richard Jayapaul, Trustwave SpiderLabs' Lead Threat Architect, allow Telegram for Mac users to save self-destructing messages and attachments forever.
Researchers with Trustwave SpiderLabs warn Telegram users of two privacy flaws found in the Self-Destruct feature of Telegram MacOS.
Bill Rucker, president at Trustwave Government Solutions discusses why a zero-trust approach is vital to ensure that sensitive data doesn’t become vulnerable.
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