Yes, cloud computing is not a new thing. Yes, it has been written many times before if the cloud is … More Is “the cloud” secure?
In one of my last posts, I wrote about attribution in cybersecurity, i.e. ways to find out who was behind … More Finding & Attributing Malicious Command & Control Servers
I recently had a look at the security assessments of different well-known cloud providers and found some interesting discrepancies. It … More Differences in cloud security (Alibaba, Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft)
While we are getting used to hearing news on a daily basis about hacking attacks, much less do we read … More Who the hæck?Attribution in cybersecurity
As I wrote in my last post on lateral movement, using AppLocker or Software Restriction Policies (SRPs) to avoid the … More SRPs block malware, but what if things stop working?
Lateral Movement is a key technique for attackers: Once they entered your infrastructure, the next step is to look around … More Hello, somebody there? Or: The difficulty of detecting lateral movement
As more people work from home, VPNs are in peak season. Recently I discussed with a network engineer the advantages … More Which layer for encryption? Which for VPNs?
Recently on Twitter someone asked security professionals which tools they use most for their day-to-day tasks. Someone said “Excel” and … More Life-saving Excel shortcuts
As I explained in the previous post, NetworkMiner and Suricata are a great combination for performing quick and straightforward network … More Analyze Emotet and Trickbot with NetworkMiner and Suricata
Many people know Suricata as network intrusion detection (IDS) system, i.e. acting on live traffic; many people know NetworkMiner as … More Quick and easy setup for NetworkMiner and Suricata to perform network forensics