The ThreatLocker team provides the latest stories to keep you and your customers updated on ransomware and other malicious cybersecurity threats. Here's what's new this week:
Here's what we know about the recent attack on the Irish Health Sector
Cobalt Strike Beacons facilitated the distribution of the Conti Ransomware v3 payload. Cobalt Strike leverages built-in tools in Windows, including PsExec and Powershell to gain a foothold and propagate within the environment. By using these otherwise innocuous but powerful Windows components, Cobalt Strike beacons can evade most antivirus and EDR tools. Read our latestblog for a breakdown of the attack.
This is the Way
If you're reading this, you probably know Zero Trust is the way to strategically address many of the technical and non-technical issues we face in cybersecurity. But how do we really know that this is the way? In this session, Dr. Chase Cunningham helps us understand how organizations are addressing the issues that are hindering their success in Zero Trust infrastructures and explains which solutions are useful in this approach to the problem.
We're just about a month away from IT Nation Secure!
2020 brought many things to light. One of those things being the dire need for a robust cybersecurity plan. This June, we’ll be heading to Orlando to be a part of IT Nation Secure. You can join virtually or there are limited in-person tickets available. Hope to see you there!