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2022 Cybersecurity Predictions
What’s in store for cybersecurity in 2022? Wes Spencer and ConnectWise experts break down how cyberattacks will evolve, potential government regulations and its effects, and tools the to address these rapid changes.
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The Left and Right of Boom
Had the cybersecurity conversation with your clients yet? In this webinar we show you how to leverage the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to simplify the risk conversation and raise awareness on the security of your clients’ data.
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Windows Installer Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability
Microsoft released a patch for CVE-2021-41379 during their November 9, 2021, Patch Tuesday updates. The patch was supposed to correct a flaw in the Windows Installer that would allow a malicious user with local access to delete any file using elevated SYSTEM privileges.
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Emotet is back
On Monday, November 15, word began leaking of a new version of Emotet being distributed. The initial sighting showed an Emotet DLL being downloaded by Trickbot, but since then multiple reports have come in of new malicious emails with malicious Emotet attachments spoofing replies from stolen email chains, presumably originating from already infected hosts.
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Exchange ProxyShell being used for Babuk ransomware attacks
News came out earlier this week of a threat actor, commonly referred to as Tortilla, exploiting the Exchange ProxyShell vulnerability. According to intelligence released by Cisco Talos, Tortilla has been operating since July 2021. It mainly focuses on US businesses, though they have targeted a few organizations in the U.K., Germany, Ukraine, Finland, Brazil, Honduras, and Thailand.
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Practice What You Preach: Cybersecurity Edition
We don’t need to tell you that the Cybersecurity landscape has changed. If you are paying attention to the news, you hear about new events every week. It can feel like cybercriminals are one step ahead. Join Wes Spencer as he talks about how you can protect your and your client’s businesses and be one step ahead of cybercriminals.
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Two Vulns, a Five-Year compromise, and the Twitch Data Breach
Grafana is an open-source, multi-platform analytics platform that lets you create graphs, charts, and alerts on whatever data you give it access to. Earlier this week, Grafana released two new versions, 7.5.11 and 8.1.6, which address a critical vulnerability recently discovered in Grafana’s snapshot feature.
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19 New VMware Vulnerabilities, One Critical
VMware is a major virtualization and cloud computing software vendor used by organizations of all sizes. This week they released information on 19 new vulnerabilities. One of these is a critical vulnerability that could allow an attack to run any code they want on the vulnerable server. VMware servers are critical infrastructure and if exploited an attacker could have full control over their targets entire network.
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