Hello All, I wanted to take this time to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday!! May your networks stay safe and secure ! Sean Mancini
Hello Everyone, I wanted to do a little write up on Cybrary.it So I don’t normally review things like this but I recently came across this site, I have personally been using it for skills training and it’s awesome. They offer their own certification path and the courses are very well created.
This is a question that security professionals must ask themselves. The notion that the private networks we rely on to be secured against public access can be compromised. What if I told you that your MPLS network is not 100% private you may ask how an attacker can gain access to a secured private network
The new wave of the internet is among us we are now in the era of IOT “Internet of things” sensors and devices that connect to the internet from home IP camera to your fridge. This wonderful new era comes with a new challenge for security professionals Some of the questions you need to
We have seen it time and time again DDoS attacks against organizations causing network interruptions and downtime . These Organizations at times are hopeless at the hands of the attackers sometimes even for ransom. Think of a small or medium business with a 50Mbps internet connection that is getting attacked what options does that
Yesterday we saw a massive DDOS attack against a crucial piece of internet infrastructure the DNS ( Domain Name Service) the DNS is responsible;e for name resolution, for example, resolving google.ca to its IP address. Without this service, a user would need to remember the IP address of their favorite website. Yesterday a major hosted
Hello Everyone, In my recent video, I show you how fast a ransomware infection can spread to a machine even with antivirus Ransomware is a serious issue that is on the rise the issue with ransomware is its destruction and the rate of which it is spreading. Often leaving organizations with 2 options support the
Hey Everyone, A little while ago I mentioned I wanted to make a page available for those who want to see the behavior of nefarious ssh traffic. as you may know, I run SSH Honeypots around the web I have now aggregated the stats to one site where you can see the types of attacks