Many organizations are expanding traditional threat intelligence programs to include vulnerability management, brand protection, and other critical security functions.
The SolarWinds attack, disclosed by security firm FireEye and Microsoft in December, may have breached as many as 18,000 government and private sector organizations. It has been characterized as the largest and most sophisticated cyber attack the world has ever seen, and was made possible by the Sunburst malware the attackers implanted in legitimate digitally signed DLL files in SolarWinds’ Orion update packages.
More than just a Cold War cinematic catchphrase,1 this mantra is a way of life for the security leaders of today. Security pros increasingly are adhering to the zero trust model,2 which is based on the philosophy that there should be no implicit trust in a corporate network.
The latest edition of our popular book paints a clear picture of security intelligence, as well as actionable guidance for disrupting the threat actors targeting your organization right now — and in the future.
Having access to lots of security data — alerts, vulnerability scan data, suspicious files — is great, but how do you know where to focus first? That’s where threat intelligence comes in. The Recorded Future® Browser Extension makes threat intelligence accessible from any web browser, whether you’re in your SIEM, your email security portal, your vulnerability scanner, or even your email. With one click, the browser extension surfaces real-time risk scores and evidence behind those scores and arms you with the intelligence you need to quickly prioritize what needs your immediate attention.
When companies are trying to evaluate third-party risks during an unprecedented global event like COVID-19, having multiple siloed systems means delays that companies and suppliers can ill afford in a time of crisis.
Your customers want to work with organizations they can trust. To earn this trust, they require vendors like yourself to answer long security questionnaires and share evidence of a strong security program.
ProcessUnity specializes in helping its clients automate their Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) programs. Through the years, we have helped hundreds of customers implement efficient and effective processes that drive risk out of their businesses. Our team developed this guide to showcase a number of the best practices we see in modern TPRM programs.
No matter the size of your organization, the number of vulnerabilities it’s exposed to every day is growing exponentially. In fact, in the last three years, the number of vulnerabilities published each year has almost tripled.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for organizations around the world. With millions of people suddenly working from home for the first time, companies need ways to ensure productivity, connectivity, and security—quickly
Microsoft 365 (the new package of offerings formerly known as Office 365) is Microsoft’s cloud service offering for individual productivity, team collaboration, and enterprise communication, complemented by a set of security and compliance capabilities.