Trustwave SpiderLabs Exposes Unique Cybersecurity Threats in the Public Sector. Learn More

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Managed Detection & Response

Eliminate active threats with 24/7 threat detection, investigation, and response.

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Co-Managed SOC (SIEM)

Maximize your SIEM investment, stop alert fatigue, and enhance your team with hybrid security operations support.

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Advisory & Diagnostics

Advance your cybersecurity program and get expert guidance where you need it most.

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Penetration Testing

Test your physical locations and IT infrastructure to shore up weaknesses before exploitation.

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Database Security

Prevent unauthorized access and exceed compliance requirements.

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Email Security

Stop email threats others miss and secure your organization against the #1 ransomware attack vector.

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Digital Forensics & Incident Response

Prepare for the inevitable with 24/7 global breach response in-region and available on-site.

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Firewall & Technology Management

Mitigate risk of a cyberattack with 24/7 incident and health monitoring and the latest threat intelligence.

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Offensive Security
Solutions to maximize your security ROI
Microsoft Exchange Server Attacks
Stay protected against emerging threats
Rapidly Secure New Environments
Security for rapid response situations
Securing the Cloud
Safely navigate and stay protected
Securing the IoT Landscape
Test, monitor and secure network objects
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5 Security Things to Know for the Week of April 16

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Now on to five security things to know this week:

1) A Microsoft Outlook vulnerability that could be exploited to steal Windows login credentials received only a partial patch.

2) With the deadline for income tax filings approaching in the United States, tax preparatory firms may want to reflect on their security.

3) Thousands of compromised websites running on various content management platforms are being leveraged to install malware by tricking users into downloading fake updates.

4) Android users are having big problems getting the necessary security updates delivered to their devices. 

5) A Microsoft network engineer was charged with helping to launder money connected to Riveton ransomware attacks.

Latest Trustwave Blogs

Understanding Your Network's Security Posture: Vulnerability Scans, Penetration Tests, and Beyond

Organizations of all sizes need to be proactive in identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities in their networks. To help organizations better understand the value and process of a vulnerability scan,...

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Email Security Must Remain a Priority in the Wake of the LabHost Takedown and BEC Operator’s Conviction

Two positive steps were taken last month to limit the damage caused by phishing and Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks when a joint action by UK and EU law enforcement agencies compromised the...

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Defining the Threat Created by the Convergence of IT and OT in Critical Infrastructure

Critical infrastructure facilities operated by the private and public sectors face a complex and continuously growing web of security threats that are compounded by the increasing convergence of...

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