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Satisnet at InfoSecurity Europe 2017

So InfoSecurity Europe 2017 is over and it’s certain that London Olympia was once again packed with cyber security professionals and there was more invaluable content across the stages and throughout the show!

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Five Valuable Tips to Take-Away For Ransomware Protection

The way that WannaCry spreads is by SMB using a vulnerability found within Microsoft Windows. Microsoft addressed the vulnerabiolity by releasing a new patch with the reference name of MS17-010 back in March. Organisations still had not updated their systems, and therefore had been exploited via the weakness in their defences. Once it infects the network, WannaCry encrypts all files it has access to and attempts to delete all shadow copies, making affected files even more difficult to recover.

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QRadar Technical Blog: Using QRadar to check for WCry

After the events of the last few weeks you might wish to protect your network against a second invasion of the WannaCry malware. By all accounts the next instance may well be nastier than the first.

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Useful Steps To Avoid The Ransomware Attacks Within A Production Environment

This blog takes us through some simple steps suggested by one of the leading cyber-security firms to escape ransomware attacks

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Carbon Black (CB) "More on WannaCry"

Continuing from the last blog, Carbon Black Defense “Put to the test”. Most of the world has heard or experienced WannaCry.

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Eternal Rocks To Use Seven Exploits in Comparison to WannaCry's Two

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a new exploit which uses seven of the NSA’s leaked exploits. “EternalRocks”, a new malware, uses the exploits first discovered by the National security agency, experts are describing this malware as “doomsday” which can strike anytime.

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QRadar Technical Blog: Suggested Deployment

After the last blog regarding the use of data nodes, there has been a request for suggestions around how the deployment should look. First we should say that there are many ways of deploying QRadar and while there are certainly some wrong ways, there are many ‘right’ ways each depending upon the size of network, number of devices, activity and other metrics.

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WannaCry – Ransomware explosion hits hundreds of companies around the world

By now, we’ve all heard of the events of Friday 12th May. One of the largest, highly-profiled ransomware attacks struck the NHS and other organisations, but few are probably aware of the scale of the assault. Targets were also attacked in Spain, Brazil, Russia, India, China and throughout EMEA – this attack hit hard throughout the world.

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StealthINTERCEPT Update: WannaCRY Detection

STEALTHbits is aware of the widespread ransomware attack which is affecting organizations in multiple countries. The new ransomware attack known as WannaCRY (also known as WCry, WanaCrypt, WanaCrypt0r and Wana DeCrypt0r) is encrypting files and changing the extensions to: .wnry, .wcry, .wncry and .wncrypt.

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Splunk Enterprise 6.6 Has Been Released

This blog release will cover the areas that we have experienced when exploring the latest version of Splunk. Within Splunks latest version, we have found that its easier than ever for a wide selection of administrators/users to leverage data sets, create dashboards, gather answers and share information. We have also experienced the improvements made with Indexer and Search Head clustering which makes the platform much more manageable at a large scale.

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