The pandemic has challenged everyone; CTOs in particular. Your users may be working from home, but their expectations haven’t changed.
Tips and recommendations to inform your defense against this most troubling form of malware.
Here are some ideas that demonstrate the steps we take to be effective and productive.
This post highlights some of the common technology that bad actors may use against systems to orchestrate attacks.
In late 2019, the U.S. Justice Department was applauded for arresting the alleged masterminds Dridex, a malware prevalently used in successful phishing attacks.
How Agio Managed Detection & Response (MDR) tackled two clients receiving more advanced phishing emails than normal.
IoT botnet attacks are an increasing threat in an increasingly unsecured internet. These types of attacks will continue to rise in popularity as the ability to conduct them and the value of botnets rise.
Coming out of the height of COVID-19, how are portfolio companies moving forward? Most of them don’t have the resources in place to call out gaps in security as people return to the office.
As workers become more comfortable in their new remote routines, it’s important to ensure they don’t let their guard down when it comes to storing and sharing company information.
As a community, we may have started out thinking working remotely was temporary, but it’s now clear this is how we’ll be doing business for the foreseeable future.
Avoid getting wrapped up in phishing scams by learning about your CER, or crossover error rate.
We provide a direct view into the details of some of the threats Agio’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) team handles for our clients—on an anonymized basis, of course.