Trustwave

Chicago, IL, USA
1995
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Trustwave SpiderLabs issued a warning that threat actors may attempt to take advantage of CrowdStrike’s software update that caused widespread outages by using the news as the center of a social engineering scheme to convince people to open malicious phishing emails or fall for other types of attacks. Using this news cycle is nothing new.
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For the second consecutive year, Trustwave has been named a Representative Vendor in the 2024 Gartner Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response. "We are honored Gartner has yet again named Trustwave a Representative Vendor for MDR," said Trustwave CEO Eric Harmon. "It is well understood that organizations today face a wide variety of threats that are best combatted by a world-class team of analysts and researchers like Trustwave SpiderLabs.
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Too many consumers have awoken one morning to find messages from a retailer or their bank detailing purchases made through their account of which they were unaware. While the realization that they have been hacked will cause some well-deserved panic for the account holder, it usually only takes a few phone calls to cancel purchases, change a password, and cancel a credit card to put a stop to the problem.
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The world is just beginning to understand how the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and data privacy will impact organizations, their employees, and those who use their services. As of June 2024, there are simply too many unknowns.
  |  By Sally Gebreananeya
When working with Amazon Web Services (AWS), we often find that various AWS services need to store and manage secrets. AWS Secrets Manager is the go-to solution for this. It's a centralized service designed to help manage sensitive information securely, significantly reduce the risk of credential compromise, and facilitate your credential management process. However, there's more to it than just storing secrets.
  |  By Eric Harmon
AT&T reported on July 12 that an internal investigation had revealed that the telecommunication provider had been victimized by a third-party breach,resulting in the compromise of records of calls and texts of nearly all of AT&T’s cellular customers. An AT&T spokesperson confirmed to a news source that the breach resulted from of the data stolen from cloud storage firm Snowflake.
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The Trustwave SpiderLabs Threat Intelligence team's ongoing study into how threat actors use Facebook for malicious activity has uncovered a new version of the SYS01 stealer. This stealer is designed to take over Facebook accounts, steal credential information from affected users' browsers, and then leverage legitimate accounts to further the spread of the malware.
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Building an effective Security Operations framework that provides the right balance of people, processes, and technologies can take years. Here we’ll discuss some foundational topics that can be used to grow an effective SOC Operation.
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As organizations consider their journey to establishing a strong Zero Trust culture, they must adopt a data-centric approach, and this begins with ensuring database security. Data, or more specifically, knowing your data, is at the heart of Zero Trust. This means databases must be considered critical assets with the appropriate security considerations applied.
  |  By Selam Gebreananeya
DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is renowned for its scalability, dependability, and easy connection with other AWS services. Notwithstanding its manifold advantages, organizations continue to place a high premium on guaranteeing the security of data stored in DynamoDB. By default, DynamoDB can be accessed over the public network using HTTPS, ensuring secure communication with SSL/TLS encryption.
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An exclusive look inside Trustwave Spiderlabs, where our commitment to excellence in financial and technical services shines through every test we conduct. Join Damian Archer, Vice President of Trustwave Spiderlabs, as he unveils the secrets to substantial cost savings while maintaining the highest quality standards.
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Don’t let complexity and cyber threats get in the way of moving your business forward. Trustwave Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is an industry-leading rapid threat detection and response service. We monitor, investigate, and respond to active threats to your business 24x7. Augment your team today with cyber experts for superior protection against the most sophisticated threats.
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Trustwave Managed Detection and Response services integrate with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint to take containment, eradication, and recovery actions directly on the endpoint, delivering a streamlined experience for the end users. For further information on how to truly integrate your cyber defense team with industry-leading services and technologies, watch our overview of how Trustwave partners with Microsoft.
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Scale your organization’s cyber defense program by harnessing the power of industry-leading Trustwave Managed Detection and Response services by leveraging industry-leading Microsoft Sentinel. In this brief video overview, we cover: View the video for further insight into the partnership of Trustwave and Microsoft.
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As organizations turn away from legacy branch routers in favor of secure SD-WAN solutions, Trustwave has the security solutions to help.
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In today’s threat environment, the reality is that most organizations will inevitably experience a breach. At Trustwave, our job is detecting, containing and eradicating those threats with Managed Threat Detection and Response (MTDR) services. Find out how we provide you with the security outcomes you need, so that you can stay focused on doing what you do best… keeping your organization running.
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For organizations that might be new to the world of managed security services (MSS), what is the process of getting started like? What are the main benefits that a client should expect to realize? And how does managed threat detection and response (MTDR) fit into the mix? To find out, we interviewed Rachelle Felix-Blackmon, Director of Global MSS Business Operations at Trustwave.
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How concerned should organizations be about the danger from nation state actors? To find out, we interviewed Brian Hussey, VP of Cyber Threat Detection & Response at Trustwave. Topics we covered included what he sees in the field when it comes to nation-state capabilities, whether or not they truly are better organized than cyber gangs, and how organizations can help protect themselves.
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We interviewed Liz Limjuco, SVP of U.S. Cyber Brokerage at Marsh, to talk about what risk trends she is seeing in cybersecurity, what organizations are doing to adapt to those trends, how organizations can better understand their risks, and what they can do to help mitigate those risks.
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Questions about the GoldenSpy malware? Find answers in this video interview with Brian Hussey, VP of Cyber Threat Detection and Response for Trustwave SpiderLabs. Includes recommendations for how organizations can best protect themselves.
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In today's hyper-connected world, cyberattack risks have never been more pronounced. Threat actors continue to develop malicious, ingenious tricks and techniques to stay one step ahead of security systems and response specialists. As a result, a more focused and proactive approach to detecting, investigating, and responding to threats is required. In this guide, we break down the comparison between Managed Detection and Response (MDR) and Managed Security Services (MSS) and how to determine what to look for in providers.
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It is no secret that many organizations can do better with their security programs. Zero Trust allows for an evolution of an organization's strategy. It also forces organizations to rethink their approach to securing data to meet the requirements of data privacy regulations and expectations from their customers and business partners. Risk-minded organizations take the Zero Trust mindset and adopt it as best they can to fit their current and future state infrastructure.
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Cybercrime continues to rise, and Financial Services organizations are often a prime target due to their valuable data. While no strangers to maintaining strong security strategies, it can be exhausting staying one step ahead of the threats.
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Relational databases and big data stores are a prime target for attackers due to the amount of sensitive information residing within, such as customer information, intellectual property and proprietary secrets. For more than 20 years, the database security experts at Trustwave have helped organizations design, implement and maintain database security programs to meet their specific business, security and compliance objectives.
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Wondering what the underground world of cybercrime looks like following after a year of unprecedented events? Bad actors capitalize on these events - from political unrest and economic instability to changing workforce dynamics and ongoing public health concerns - putting organizations of all sizes and across all industries at increased risk. Learning more about these new and innovative exploits, which take advantage of unprecedented global circumstances, allows you to make more informed decisions regarding your security posture.
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Government agencies are faced with the complexity of what needs to be done to meet the Executive Order 14028 requirements. This whitepaper provides guidance on how to comply with the Executive Order and how it applies to securing critical databases.
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The ever-shifting threat landscape coupled with the increased risk and loss of confidential information through previous breaches, defending protected controlled unclassified information within the DIB supply chain is increasingly difficult. The Department of Defense (DoD) determined that its supply chain faced an unacceptable amount of risk, resulting in the transition from self-certification to the creation of the CMMC (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification), which requires third-party assessments and certification of compliance.
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If your organization is using or plans to move to Microsoft 365, learn what to expect from an email security, data protection and management perspective. Read our latest whitepaper In, Out and Around: 360° Security for Microsoft 365 for insights into protecting Microsoft 365 email in these key areas.

Trustwave is recognized as a global security leader in managed security services (MSS) and managed detection and response (MDR).  With more than 2,000 world-class security professionals operating on behalf of clients across 96 countries, Trustwave helps organizations across the globe detect and respond to threats 24x7 in the hybrid multi-cloud world. 

The elite Trustwave SpiderLabs team provides award-winning threat research and intelligence, which is infused into Trustwave services and products to fortify cyber resilience in the age of advanced threats.

Recognized as a Leader in Stopping Threats:

  • Detection and Response: Helping clients design and advance their cyberthreat operations , adding 24x7 monitoring capacity, threat hunting and rapid response.
  • Threat Protection: Services and solutions to help organizations protect data, assets and users.
  • Continuous Testing: Helping clients reduce risks in their ever-evolving attack surface to better discover, manage and remediate vulnerabilities.

Cyber resilience for the hybrid, multi-cloud world.