DNS Tunneling

DNS Tunneling – What it is & How To Stop it in its Tracks

In 2021, SolarWinds fell prey to a massively stealthy cyberattack that used DNS tunneling to remain undetected for 8 months.  SolarWinds is now facing projected losses of roughly $90 million USD directly related to this breach. What is DNS tunneling, though? How can businesses protect themselves from suffering the same fate as SolarWinds? DNS tunneling […]

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What is Lateral Movement? + Detection & Defense Measures

Lateral movement is a lesser known but incredibly insidious hacking tactic. It is a significant step in many different common cyberattacks, and it can be difficult to trace in your network. This subtle kind of attack can be incredibly devastating to a small business. What exactly is lateral movement? Lateral movement occurs when a hacker

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Top Cybersecurity Risks Of Working From A Coffee Shop

REad About Top Cybersecurity Risks Of Working From A Coffee Shop Your favorite coffee shop might seem like a secure place to work with its warm ambient lighting, comfy chairs, and familiar barista faces. But that sense of security can be extremely false. The fact is, coffee shops are a prime hunting ground for cybercriminals.

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What Is An Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)?

Ransomware, trojans, business email compromise scams – the list of cyber threats to businesses expands every year. Keeping track of threats, how they work, and how to defend your business is a full-time job itself. One of the most prevalent and insidious threats businesses face are advanced persistent threats (APTs). What is an APT? Why

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Email Best Practices – How to Defend Your Small Business

Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams accounted for 19,954 complaints and a total of $2.4 billion in losses last year. (FBI Internet Crime Report of 2021) Small businesses are frequent targets of these attacks due to a false sense of security or lack of email best practices. These scams are initiated by phishing attacks, which rely

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