For Microsoft Azure users, Trustwave is launching new services to bolster threat monitoring, detection and response natively on the platform.
Multicloud environments change rapidly. Organizations need a security framework that is purpose-built for the cloud and that aligns with their digital transformation strategy.
Trustwave’s Shawn Kanady on the evolution of ransomware attacks, why the public sector appears to be taking the biggest hit, and whether organizations should pay the ransom.
You might think your password is strong but think again. Your passwords are at risk, even if they have special characters and numbers.
Microsoft has issued its monthly security (Patch Tuesday) update, to fix a total of 59 vulnerabilities in its operating systems and products.
One week after being hit by a ransomware attack, hospitals in Alabama are turning away patients while working on recovery, and experts warn of similar attacks in the future.
Trustwave has unveiled a new cloud native platform designed to offer enhanced cyber security products and managed services to Singaporean customers.
A large number of spam messages recently sent from the same botnet were observed featuring randomized headers and even different templates, with some emails resembling phishing, Trustwave reports.
Good cyber-defense requires total visibility of the network to understand what could be a potential vulnerability. In cybersecurity, a network is only as strong as its weakest point. Chris Schueler, Trustwave’s Senior Vice President of Managed Security Services, shares more in an exclusive interview with GovInsider.
Insurance broker Marsh has unveiled the inaugural class of cybersecurity products and services receiving a Cyber Catalyst designation that is part of an evaluation program its backers hope will bring greater clarity in the crowded cybersecurity marketplace.
The Kingdom and oil and gas industry have been slow to shore up defenses, raising red flags about the possibility of longer term fallout in the region, experts said, including those who have responded to incidents in the region.
The right people are out there. It’s just a matter of finding them. I talked to Chris Schueler, SVP of Managed Security Services at Trustwave, for advice on how companies can start thinking outside the box about hiring cybersecurity staff and how to best identify potential candidates who may not meet your current criteria but could end up being the right person for the job.
A security researcher from Trustwave has discovered vulnerabilities in several D-Link and Comba routers which could make it easy for cybercriminals to see usernames and passwords stored on the devices.
Trustwave's Spiderlabs has uncovered credential leaking vulnerabilities in D-Link wireless ADSL2+ modem routers that are widely available in Australia.
Faced by increasingly sophisticated threats, organizations are realizing the benefits of automation in their cybersecurity programs. Automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) are rapidly transforming nearly every industry, and cybersecurity is no exception.
Enterprises today are facing challenges that are forcing them to embrace new technologies and applications that drive decision-making strategies based on hard data and real-time situational analysis and rely less on pure gut instincts.
Trustwave, provider of cybersecurity services, and Grupo Tecno, integrator of Information Technology, signed an agreement that aims to provide managed cybersecurity services to both private and public companies in Mexico and Latin America.
As the digital landscape changes, organizations are doing some purging of their own as they move to the cloud. But that transition isn't as easy as packing up dishes and linens, putting boxes on a truck, and heading off to a new destination.
AttackSurfaceMapper, a new open source OSINT tool created by Andreas Georgiou and Jacob Wilkin, security consultants at Trustwave SpiderLabs, automates the process of collecting data that can help pentesters find a way into targets’ systems and networks.
Speaking on “Testing Your Organization's Social Media Awareness” at Black Hat USA, Jacob Wilkin, network penetration tester and application security consultant, Trustwave SpiderLabs, said that social media phishing is on the rise and is now the “preferred vector for attackers” who now spread more malware via social media than on email.
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