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Boost Your Security Program for WFH Employees

Boost Your Security Program for WFH Employees

With communities beginning to open back up, companies are considering the decision to stay remote.  And this comes with good reasons.  The cost of leasing space might be prohibitive and downsizing to host only necessary business functions could help with...

Should I Whitelist A Penetration Tester’s IP?

Should I Whitelist A Penetration Tester’s IP?

While working out the details with a client for an upcoming security assessment, whitelisting the penetration testers IP addresses always generates additional conversation. It may seem odd because you wouldn’t whitelist your adversaries to bypass a security control,...

The Dangers of LLMNR/NBT-NS

The Dangers of LLMNR/NBT-NS

What is LLMNR/NBT-NS LLMNR (Link Local Multicast Name Resolution) and NBT-NS (NetBIOS Name Service) are alternative methods of host identification that is triggered when DNS fails to resolve a name. In short, if a user were to attempt to connect to a host that DNS...

Do I Need Permission to Test My Cloud Environment?

Do I Need Permission to Test My Cloud Environment?

As organizations continue to move towards cloud computing technology and services, we get this question often. The good news is it’s become much clearer in recent times as both AWS and Microsoft Azure have both relaxed their policies and posted easy to understand...

Why You Should Be Using Password Filters

Why You Should Be Using Password Filters

Attackers targeting login portals has become common place, so much that many organizations don’t even bother reviewing logs due to the immense number of password spraying campaigns. Adversaries continue this attack path because it’s proved successful The good news is...

Is “After-Hours” Testing Worth It?

Is “After-Hours” Testing Worth It?

A concern we often hear while scoping security assessments is around impacting the current operating rhythm of an organization. This is a valid concern as the last thing an IT leader wants is to negatively impact the business when it could have been avoided. The first...

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