‘KnockKnock’: New Attack on Office 365 Discovered

Microsoft’s Office 365 suite of cloud applications is now the most popular cloud service in the world by user count. While this has fast tracked Microsoft’s path to becoming a cloud-first enterprise software company, it has also put a bulls-eye on Office 365, making it a target of choice for hackers. Given the fact that […]… Read More

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The Big Bug in the News: the WPA2 flaw

The big news this week is a protocol flaw in the Wireless Protected Access protocol, version 2 (WPA2). The Ars Technica article covers the details pretty well. This is what every Wi-Fi wireless router on the planet uses these days. The problem does not directly damage your system, but it can uncover data you had intended … Continue reading The Big Bug in the News: the WPA2 flaw

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Your Security Operations Maturity – and Your MSSP

Contrary to what some people think, using MSSP is not just for losers low-maturity organizations and SMBs. For sure, we do see a lot of MSSP usage by clients who “need some monitoring for compliance” or “have no team and no process, and want ‘security outsourced’” (the latter seems like a good indication for MSSP […]

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Analyzing Oracle Security – Oracle Critical Patch Update October 2017

Today Oracle has released its quarterly patch update for October 2017. It fixes a total of 252 vulnerabilities. The main highlights are as follows: Oracle closed 1119 issues in 2017 in total and the average number of security issues in 2017 is 22% more than in 2016. October’s CPU contains recording 155 vulnerabilities in Business-Critical […]

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Oracle October CPU: Onapsis Contributes to EBS Security by Reporting Almost 60% of the Vulnerabilities, Including Those Most Critical

One of the most important components of securing business-critical applications is to ensure the systems are always up to date with the latest security patches to reduce the risk level. Today Oracle released the last Critical Patch Update (CPU) of the year. In this CPU, Oracle stopped an increasing trend seen in the last three CPUs, where Oracle continually fixed more vulnerabilities during each new CPU. In the latest CPU, Oracle fixed 252 security vulnerabilities.

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Regain reliability and control over the cloud with Application Load Balancer

It’s no secret that businesses are rapidly adopting Cloud Service Providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform for cost efficiency, agility, scalability and global distribution to serve their customers more easily. A recent IDG survey…

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