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March's Patch Release

If you followed the Microsoft March patch Tuesday, you may have noticed a large number of patch releases. March’s patch line consisted of two months’ worth of patches after the issue which they occurred in February. This included a total of 18 bulletin updates, 9 critical patches and 9 important 9 patches. Overall 136 unique CVEs, 3 Zero day and 12 public disclosures were made.

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Everything You Need To Know About Shavlik 9.3

As Shavlik seems to be keeping up its quarterly updates, this time 9.3 here is everything you need to know about it so far! Shavlik has recently got acquired by Ivanti so the first big area of change is the name, it is now taken on the name of Ivanti Patch for Windows Servers although the name change it is still keeping the version structure.

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Data Obfuscation in QRadar

Obfuscation was introduced in release 7.2.6 as a means of encrypting payload data fields both on the database and within the GUI. The most obvious candidates for obfuscation are personal data or credit card numbers but any normalised field can be encrypted.

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Registering Data for Detection

In our last blog, we looked at the impending EU GDPR legislation and what that could mean for several organisations should the guidelines not be met. Using DLP solution Digital Guardian, you are one step closer to being EU GDPR compliant. Here we will be explaining how to register data with Digital Guardian Network Appliance.

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Tales from Vault7 - Part 1

The past week has seen a frenzied patching spree sweep across the cybersecurity vendors due to the release of ‘Vault 7’, putting aside the Orwellian similarities (irrespective of where you stand on the matter) the expose raises the critical concern – besides the impartiality of the Vulnerability Equities Process (VEP)1 - “how can we possibly hope to be secure whilst nation-states invest billions into hacking?“

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Splunk Detecting Zero-Day Attacks - Use-Case

Zero-day attacks take full advantage of unknown weaknesses within software. The most common method of obtaining an initial gateway is via spear phishing emails with an enclosed malware payload. When the unsuspecting work employee opens the malicious email, the malware executes its payload onto the unpatched machine and will establish a command and control communication, this will then attempt to move laterally across the internal network accessing sensitive data.

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Palo Alto Networks Completes Acquisition of LightCyber

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the next-generation security company, today announced its acquisition of LightCyber®, a privately held cybersecurity company that has developed award-winning, highly automated and accurate behavioral analytics technology. Under the terms of the agreement, Palo Alto Networks has acquired LightCyber for $105 million in cash.

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MAC OSX - Macro Based Malware

Mac users are always prompted to enable macros so this new vulnerability found in macOS will most likely have a success rate if users fall for it. Users can be targeted anytime, similar to why Ransomware has become so successful.

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First Month Without Patches?

February? The first month without a patch release from Microsoft. Has Microsoft stopped releasing patches?

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QRadar - Managing Reference Data

One of our QRadar Security Engineers takes you through managing reference data prior to the release of QRadar 7.2.8.

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