TrustedSec Security Blog Major Conference Roundup

Major Conference Roundup: Perspectives from Defcon, RSA, Black Hat, Gartner, and more!

January 18, 2023
The 2022 conference schedule ramped up in the second half of the year, and as you might expect, TrustedSec both attended and spoke at many of them. Within our organization, we have many different perspectives and focused interests, so we sampled opinions from some of the people who attended. We were curious how our experiences...
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2023 Resolutions for Script Kiddies

January 17, 2023
Introduction 2022 was a tough year. It seemed like no one was safe. Nvidia, Samsung, Ubisoft, T-Mobile, Microsoft, Okta, Uber—and those were just some of Lapsus$’s breaches. What’s a Script Kiddie to do to be better protected in 2023? Another year in the books, and it was another big year for cybersecurity. While 2022 did...

A LAPS(e) in Judgement

January 10, 2023
As security practitioners, we live in a time where there is an abundance of tools and solutions to help us secure our homes, organizations, and critical data. We know the dangers of unpatched applications and devices as well as the virtues of things like password managers and encrypted databases to protect our passwords and other...

To OOB, or Not to OOB?: Why Out-of-Band Communications are Essential for Incident Response

December 29, 2022
tl;dr Communications are critical during an incident. If you cannot coordinate, collaborate, and inform actions and information about an incident, the incident response will eventually fail. Normally, this isn’t an issue, as organizations have resources like Microsoft 365 email, SharePoint, Slack, and Teams to use to communicate with each other. However, what happens when those...

Building a Strong Foundation With the Information Security Accelerator

December 20, 2022
Bottom Line Up Front Common threats like malware, ransomware, web application hacking, insider and privilege misuse, and targeted intrusions don’t have to spell disaster. Mid-market companies and small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) can cut through the confusion of how to build a solid security program. Our Information Security Accelerator service is designed to help your organization chart...
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More Active Directory for Script Kiddies

December 6, 2022
Introduction So… Active Directory is amazing. It tells me everything I want to know—a regular Ask Jeeves for the whole domain—but I’m sure there is more that it can do. What else am I missing? In a previous article, I described the Active Directory (AD) service and how a Script Kiddie might use it to...
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