Regular, everyday human error is what poses the most dangerous threat to your company’s cybersecurity. Don’t believe me? Well then, let’s take a quick look.
An entire day to make sure that your feline friends aren’t spewing wet clumps of hair on to the floor seems like a waste of time, but do you know what isn’t? An entire month dedicated to cybersecurity. Now that’s a topic worthy of a holiday!
When attacks occur, it presents an opportunity for competing companies to come out of the shadows and start pointing fingers. But that’s not what happened this time. By now, companies have started to realize that this can (and probably will) happen to anyone. The ones who weren’t impacted by the Kaseya breach may have been better prepared, but it was more likely they were just lucky.
Over the past several days, Microsoft released updated scripts to check the security status of Exchange servers. In addition to checking for vulnerabilities associated with the recent 0-day exploits, these scripts scan Exchange log files looking for indicators of compromise (IOCs). If you manage a Microsoft Exchange server and haven’t already tested…. please do ASAP!