Attack surface management is certainly a concern for most organizations, but being top of mind does not mean it's easy for organizations to understand or implement.
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Managed vulnerability scanning is a cybersecurity service that uses software, vulnerability scanners, human-led and automated penetration testing, and other tools to help an organization identify, track, evaluate, and mitigate security risks both inside their network and connected external sources.
SC Media and SC Media Europe have named two of Trustwave’s premiere products, DbProtect and MailMarshal, as a finalist in several award categories the cybersecurity media outlet plans to announce this summer.
If you’re heading to Gartner Security & Risk Management 2023 in National Harbor, MD, mark your calendar for a compelling session from Children’s National Hospital and Trustwave.
For the second year in a row, Trustwave Government Solutions President Bill Rucker was honored by Meritalk with its Cyber Defenders Award.
The days of massive server rooms and having every employee all under one roof may seem like they are gone forever, but for a great many organizations the on-premise work environment is still here and unlikely to be pushed out of service any time soon.
The healthcare industry has been struck with a growing number of cyberattacks over the last few months, raising concerns in the healthcare industry and in Washington, D.C. The continued onslaught of attacks has raised the question of how healthcare entities can and should be raising their cyber defenses.
In the first part of this series, we looked at some common issues when a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is communicating with the Board. At the heart of many of these issues is how the CISO and upper management view security.
CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Alexandra Lloyd-Edwards, Director of Channel Sales, to its the Women of the Channel list for 2023.
Security information and event management (SIEM) systems are crucial to cyber security, providing a solution for collecting and analyzing alerts from all manner of security tools, network infrastructure, and applications.
ChatGPT can arguably be called the breakout software introduction of the last 12 months, generating both amazement at its potential and concerns that threat actors will weaponize and use it as an attack platform.
Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions are a crucial element of any cyber defense strategy, helping companies detect issues on the myriad devices employees use.
Karl Sigler, Senior Security Research Manager, SpiderLabs Threat Intelligence, conducted a series of briefings in Washington, D.C., to federal officials on April 12-13, giving an update on what Trustwave SpiderLabs researchers are finding with the Russia-Ukraine War, ChatGPT, and current phishing trends.
Trustwave was honored during Cyber Defense Magazine in the 11th Annual Global InfoSec Awards at the 2023 RSA Conference, taking home accolades for Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Service Providers and was named the Market Leader in Penetration Testing.
Gartner Names Trustwave in 2023 Market Guide for Digital Forensics and Incident Response Retainer Services
The industry analyst firm Gartner has named Trustwave as a Representative Vendor in its 2023 Market Guide for Digital Forensics and Incident Response Retainer Services. This distinction comes on the heels of Trustwave being named a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s 2023 Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response (MDR).
Trustwave offers a wide range of services—from Managed Detection & Response (MDR), Managed SIEM services from Splunk, Qradar, and Microsoft Sentinel security testing, to complex red team engagements, so we‘ve seen numerous of styles and approaches in the format and presentation of the requests.
At Trustwave, we see scores of requests for proposal (RFP) in all shapes and sizes, originating from nearly every conceivable industry, seeking solutions to their specific security challenges and desired business outcomes.
U.S. officials confirmed last week that a member of the military photographed and uploaded more than 50 classified documents to a Discord server and other social media sites, again reminding us of the danger insider threats can present to any organization.
When researching which managed detection and response (MDR) service provider to partner with, security professionals would do well to consider whether the provider also has experience with threat hunting, a topic we covered in a previous post .
A Chief Information Security Officer is a person who is always in a tough spot. Not only is a CISO responsible for the day-to-day safety of their organization, but they must be able to explain to the C-Suite what is going on from a cybersecurity perspective and do so in language that the other executives understand.
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