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Attack Surface Intelligence: When the Power Comes from the Data.
SecurityTrails Blog · Jun 02 · by German Hoeffner

Attack Surface Intelligence: When the Power Comes from the Data

In the current era of the remote workforce, businesses have struggled to meet customer and stakeholder expectations of evolving cyber threats. While organizations choose the best option to update their internal security posture continuously, they often do very little to monitor external threats on their attack surface.

The Role of Cloud Misconfigurations & the Attack Surface in the 2022 Verizon DBIR.
SecurityTrails Blog · May 26 · by Gianni Perez

The Role of Cloud Misconfigurations & the Attack Surface in the 2022 Verizon DBIR

This year’s 15th installment of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) features yet another impressive dataset of corporate breaches and exposures marked by an overriding postulate: attack surfaces matter and they should dictate a large portion of your risk assessment strategy.

Insights and lessons learned from the recent BIG-IP Application Delivery Services Vulnerability.
SecurityTrails Blog · May 16 · by German Hoeffner

Insights and lessons learned from the recent BIG-IP Application Delivery Services Vulnerability

Every few months, a bug will come along that puts the information security community into a flurry of activity. Working weekends and nights to understand new vulnerability information as it comes to light, applying new patches (sometimes multiple times, as the situation changes), while also keeping apprised of new information hasn’t been uncommon. Throughout these past couple of years, we’ve had bugs as notable as Log4J, ProxyLogon, and more recently, a string of F5 vulnerabilities.

Cybersecurity: The Key to Your Divestment Process.
SecurityTrails Blog · May 05 · by Sara Jelen

Cybersecurity: The Key to Your Divestment Process

Divestitures occur when an organization sells a division or portion of their business and assets to another company. This process can be set in motion for various reasons, including the want of financial gain in difficult times (wherein an organization might sell off their least profitable assets), the desire to free up resources (to increase focus on a primary area of business), and to lower the risk of non-compliance with regulations.

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