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Zero Trust – CrowdStrike’s Andrew Harris shares what it takes to best prepare for the future of cybersecurity strategy

Zero Trust has become a bit of a buzzword in the IT channel and though its foundation is relatively well understood, there exist considerable differences in execution. At its core, a Zero Trust cybersecurity paradigm insists that both parties in…

State and local governments and education powered by the cloud

The AWS Cloud helps provide citizens with easy online access to real-time information;works to ensure the justice system is available across multiple digital platforms; innovatesin healthcare for new technology resources to find better solutions; drives efficiency intransportation even under duress;…

2020 broke DDoS attack records and 2021 is on track to break even more

Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic forced federal government agencies and military organizations to fundamentally shift how they operate. As the COVID-19 pandemic reached our shores and began spreading, federal civilian and military organizations were forced to rush to embrace VPNs,…

Why Does Asset Management Matter for Federal Cybersecurity?

The line between IT and security is blurring. What was once a simple delineation between keeping information safe and providing the tools necessary to get work done is no longer clear. In this eBook, you will learn: Why cybersecurity asset…

NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report (Issue 6: 2H 2020)

Against the backdrop of an unprecedented shift toward online workforce participation across the globe, NETSCOUT’s ATLAS Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT) observed a huge upsurge in distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, brute-forcing of access credentials, and malware targeting of internet-connected devices.…

Statecraft and tradecraft are no longer mutually exclusive in cybercrime

According to the recent CrowdStrike Global Threat Report, global cybersecurity threats continue to rise year-over-year. That is a constant that won’t likely change. However, the source of threats and their complexities are anything but moored in concrete. Both state-sponsored and…

Supply Chain Attacks and Vaccine Hacking – CrowdStrike Global Threat Report Reveals the New Normal in 2021

The recently released CrowdStrike 2021 Global Threat Report (GTR) provides a stark but comprehensive outline of the ongoing threat landscape facing modern cybersecurity professionals. Hot off the heels of, “a year of hardship and grief for many,” CrowdStrike’s annual report…

Global Threat Report Shows Malicious Actors Went Big Game Hunting in 2020

Earlier this month, the global cybersecurity firm, CrowdStrike, released their 2021 Global Threat Report, which provides a detailed, in-depth picture of the current threat landscape facing organizations today, an overview of threat activity from the past year, and recommendations for…

CrowdStrike 2021 Global Threat Report

As the saying goes, “the devil is in the details,” and in many ways, that sums up this year’s Global Threat Report. The details revealed in these pages are derived from firsthand observations of our frontline cyber responders and analysts,…

The uphill climb of rebuilding America’s cyber workforce

President Biden has proposed injecting up to $9 billion to help bolster the Technology Modernization Fund.  What should this $9 billion be used on? Where could it be most effectively utilized to secure our nation, and what is the current…