Nov

02

OpenSSL Vulnerability Downgraded - a Sigh of Relief?

Nov 02, 2022

Yesterday, the OpenSSL Project fully disclosed and provided a patch for CVE-2022-3602, which had initially been deemed Critical, due to it being believed to allow Remote Code Execution (RCE). At the time it was also believed to only affect version 3+ of the library, which would somewhat limit its impact on networks, with a lot of implementations still using the LTS 1.1.1 version.

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Nov

01

New Report Reveals U.S. Federal Government Exposed to Significant Cybersecurity Risks Due to Exploitable Network Misconfigurations

Nov 01, 2022

Research shows an average of 51 network device misconfigurations were discovered in the last two years with 4% deemed to be critical vulnerabilities that could take down the network

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Oct

25

Misconfigurations overlooked as the cause of network security breaches

Oct 25, 2022

Security breaches and cyber-attacks on critical national infrastructure are making the headlines more frequently than ever before. Threat actors are using a variety of methods to breach networks and often a number of approaches are tested until they succeed in gaining entry, with misconfigurations in the network being just one possible target.

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Aug

10

Titania Report

New Report Reveals Exploitable Network Misconfigurations Cost Organizations 9% of Total Annual Revenue

Aug 10, 2022

Titania Research Suggests Disconnect Between Network Security Perception and Reality; Firewalls Prioritized Over Switches and Routers

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Aug

02

CMMC Changes

CMMC changes – Don’t wait for the new rules to be implemented, start working on your NIST 800-171 compliance today

Aug 02, 2022

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a framework that combines different standards and requirements to measure the cybersecurity maturity of the defense supply chain. Despite the current delay on the rollout of the program, contractors shouldn’t wait until the end of the rule making process to work on their compliance for CMMC. Instead, they should start today, if they haven’t already.

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