Decryption tool for the Maze ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malicious software cyber actors use to deny access to systems or data. The malicious cyber actor holds systems or data hostage until the ransom is paid. After the initial infection, the ransomware attempts to spread to shared storage drives and other accessible systems. If the demands are not met, the... Continue Reading →

Enhance your SOC with Microsoft Security Graph Integration

The Microsoft Graph Security API simplifies integration with Microsoft and third-party security solutions. Using one endpoint, one software development kit (SDK), one schema, and one authentication mechanism, you can easily build integrated security applications, workflows, and analytics. Microsoft Graph is a collection of APIs that together provide a standard unified interface and schema for accessing... Continue Reading →

Recommendations to adopt Zero Trust principles

Zero Trust is an end-to-end approach to network and data security that encompasses identity, credentials, access management, operations, endpoints, hosting environments, and the interconnecting infrastructure. 'Zero Trust Architecture provides a collection of concepts, ideas, and component relationships (architectures) designed to eliminate the uncertainty in enforcing accurate access decisions in information systems and services' NIST Operative... Continue Reading →

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