It’s been two weeks since Microsoft released a patch for the Exchange vulnerabilities. For many, the dust has settled. Others are still fighting fires. Today, I’d like to look back at some of the problems we saw. Some were expected, other surprised us.
It’s been two weeks since Microsoft released a patch for the Exchange vulnerabilities. For many, the dust has settled. Others are still fighting fires. Today, I’d like to look back at some of the problems we saw. Some were expected, other surprised us. I’ll go over them, and give tips on how these problems can be avoided in the future.
Today, supply chain attacks are as abundant as they are elusive. However, as many parties communicate about the dangers and their technical solutions, not much is said about the basics of supply chains attacks. I have written this article based on my personal experiences knowledge on the subject. I hope it answers most of your questions about the topic, so that you have a solid basis to expand your supply chain security from.
The breach and data leak of Microsoft’s Exchange Server email software leaves many, many organisations vulnerable to attacks. A vulnerability is being actively abused by hackers to gain access to organisation’s systems. This technical article aims to help IT Security professionals find out which parts of their infrastructure may be vulnerable.
In this blog, we'll cover our attack surface management approach compared to five existing security approaches. What methods do they share? And where do they complement each other? We'll have a look at these techniques: 1. Asset discovery 2. Vulnerability management 3. Penetration testing 4. Red teaming 5. Supplier security governance Each has some touch points with attack surface management. For this comparison, we build on our earlier explanations of the concept. In the first blog, we gave our definition and summarised what drives the need for the solution. You can read our second blog to see how attack surface management is positioned with regards to External Threat Intelligence.