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…

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…

Not an isolated incident – attacks against critical infrastructure are not going away

Earlier this year, a downright chilling cyberattack against our nation’s critical infrastructure was exposed and reported in Oldsmar, Florida, a town of fewer than 14,000 people just outside of Tampa. The attack was targeted against a local water treatment facility…

Global Security Attitude Survey shows recent state-sponsored attacks are just the beginning

If there was ever a perfect time to understand the state of affairs in regard to global cybersecurity, it was 2020. The recent discovery of alleged Russian-based hacking of U.S. government and tech company systems provides all the more reason…

Cyber Extortion Symposium – Keeping eCriminals at Bay

According to the cybersecurity firm, CrowdStrike, there were more than 40,000 cyber intrusions in just the first half of 2020 alone. What were the hackers looking to accomplish with the cyber intrusions? Since 63 percent of incidents CrowdStrike investigated in…

Work from home and neglected clouds – CrowdStrike Services Report shows 2020 was a virtual playground for hackers

Earlier this month, CrowdStrike released its annual CrowdStrike Services Cyber Front Lines Report, a report that outlines the trends that the firm identified from client engagements and key cybersecurity themes identified from the prior year. Candidly, it’s a report that…

Are government networks secure against cyber threats in 2020?

Last month was National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which cyber professionals, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) claim is an opportunity to, “…raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity across our Nation, ensuring…

Five Steps to Take for Safer Government Networks This Cybersecurity Awareness Month

In our last article on the GovCyberHub, we featured part one of our two-part Cybersecurity Awareness Month-focused conversation with Tina Thorstenson of CrowdStrike. Tina is acutely in-tune with the cyberthreats facing public sector organizations, as she previously served as the…