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Leveraging ‘Rubeus’ for Active Directory Penetration Testing (Part One) 

The rapidly evolving, complex cybersecurity landscape places Active Directory (AD) at the forefront of many cyber threats. As a crucial component of network infrastructures, AD is targeted by attackers looking to exploit its vulnerabilities. “Rubeus” emerges as a pivotal tool for security professionals, offering advanced capabilities that thoroughly assess and strengthen

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How Senior Leaders Navigate the World of Red Team Exercises

Cybersecurity threats have become increasingly sophisticated and pervasive. As a senior leader, it is crucial to ensure that your organization has robust defenses in place to protect its sensitive data and systems from potential breaches. One powerful way to assess the effectiveness of these security measures is by regularly conducting

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If It Can Talk to Networks, It Can Walk Across Them

As technology moves at a seemingly exponential rate of growth and changes every day, more and more devices are being developed to contain additional “customer-savvy” features. Collectively termed the Internet of Things (IoT), this new wave of technology is vast. Where historically a system in question would be a server

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Why You Need Penetration Testing

Capital One’s recent data breach is only the latest in the perennial series of high-profile data breaches that have occurred in the last few years.  What do Equifax, Home Depot, Target, and others have in common?  Great security programs with high-quality and competent people running them. These companies experienced data

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Are Pen Test and Vulnerability Scans Required for a SOC 2 Report?

Are Pen Test and Vulnerability Scans Required for a SOC 2 Report? There has been much confusion lately in the SOC 2 market as companies seek to understand the need-to-haves vs. the nice-to-haves when it comes to obtaining a SOC 2 report.  Much of this confusion was brought about by the December 2018 upgrade of the Trust Services Criteria, and associated Point of Focus, intended to align SOC 2 with the 2013 COSO framework.

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