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Is Using Public WiFi Safe?

By: Marian Reed β€”

Using public WiFi can leave you and your employees open to man-in-the-middle cyber attacks. With the increase of remote work, organizations must teach their employees how to stay safe on open WiFi networks. Get our tips on how to protect against hackers while on open WiFi networks.

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What Is A Phishing Attack & How to Spot Phishing Emails

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Phishing is a top concern for businesses as ransomware by phishing attacks increase. Learn what a phishing attack is, common types of phishing, and how to spot phishing emails. Share this article with your employees to bring greater awareness to this issue.

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How to Get Executive Buy-in for Your Security Program Budget

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It can be difficult to make a case for security spending. In this article, VerSprite discloses our risk-based approach to getting security program budgets approved by tying risks to business goals.

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How to Create A Strong Password

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Creating strong passwords doesn't have to be hard. Use our simple tips to create a good password that can't be hacked.

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CISO as a Service: What is a vCISO and what are the benefits?

By: Marian Reed β€”

A Virtual CISO (vCISO) service provides an experienced security consultant to help guide develope, implement, and manage a strong security program. Learn more about the benefits and costs associated with vCISO services.

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VerSprite Ranked On the 2021 Inc 5000 List of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies

By: April Brown β€”

VerSprite Security Consulting receives the 2021 Inc 5000 List of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This is VerSprite's second year in a row to rank on the list. This press release shares our gratitude to our employees and clients, as well as how our company culture allowed us to grow during a global crisis.

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How to Intercept TLS Traffic with ALPN Support

By: Mario Vilas β€”

VerSprite's Offensive Security team releases new, open-source pentesting tool - AlpnPASS. AlpnPASS intercepts TLS traffic more easily between an application and the server. This article provides full background, code, and instructions on how to use the tool for your own clients.

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Preventing Physical Security Attacks Against Your Business

By: James Sibley β€”

How easy is it to breach your physical security controls? In this article, Versprite shares real red teaming cases where our physical security team hacked into security cameras, cloned badges, walked past guards, and exploited office cybersecurity.

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Google Fuchsia OS Sets a New Standard for Operating System Security

By: Hannah Surrett β€”

Google's newest OS, Fuchsia, is praised as being more secure than others already on the market. In this article and video, VerSprite dives into Google's Fuchsia OS to determine why the architecture and microkernel allow it to be more secure than Android, Apple, or Windows.

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Understanding Physical and Cyber Threats to the Financial Sector

By: VerSprite Threat Intelligence Group β€”

As physical and cyber attacks increase against the financial industry, VerSprite's Threat Intelligence Group has been tracking the patterns attackers leave. In this article, VerSprite uses an attack tree to map the top methods, motives, and threat organizations the financial industry should be aware of.

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VerSprite Receives 2021 Exceptional Workplace Award from The Startup Weekly

By: April Brown β€”

VerSprite Security Consulting receives the 2021 Exceptional Workplace Award presented by The Startup Weekly. VerSprite was chosen was due to our commitment to fostering employees’ career growth, prioritizing work-life balance, and cultivating a family-like atmosphere through our leadership and internal learning. Learn how we promote individual success within a remote work environment.

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Udemy Partners with VerSprite for Advanced Penetration Testing

By: April Brown β€”

In this case study, Udemy's Director of Information Security gives an inside look at how he uses VerSprite's advanced penetration tests to shape their security measures and why it's critical for online learning organizations to engage outside testing.

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Defeating Ransomware Starts at the Botnet

By: Paul Miller β€”

Ransomware attacks continue to increase but most teams can't detect the threat in their network until they are too late in the cyber kill chain to stop it. VerSprite's Threat Intelligence Director argues early botnet detection prevents ransomware attack more effectively and shows how VerSprite's BreachSeeker tool can help catch botnet infections up to 42 days before ransomware strikes.

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Prevent Ransomware with Early Botnet Detection from VerSprite’s BreachSeeker

By: April Brown β€”

VerSprite's BreachSeeker can detect organizations that will targeted by ransomware attacks up to 42 days before they're hit. Evolve your security by integrating early botnet detection into your defense strategy. Request a ransomware strategy call with our Threat Intelligence team today.

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VerSprite Finds Vulnerability in NETGEAR Nighthawk WiFi Router

By: Robert Hawes β€”

VerSprite's Security Research team found a high-risk vulnerability in NETGEAR's popular gaming router. This vulnerability analysis details more on the risk level, disclosure timeline, the ZEBRA daemon vulnerability, and patch information.

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Opto 22 PAC Control Basic

By: April Brown β€”

VerSprite's Vs-Labs uncovered an unpatched zero-day in the Opto 22 PAC Control Basic software. This advisory is for CVE-2021-30495 affects version R10.3003.

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Unpatched Security Vulnerability in OPTO 22 PAC Basic Software

By: Robert Hawes β€”

This ungated Vulnerability Analysis Report outlines the vulnerabilities found by VerSprite's security research team within Razer's Synapse 3 software suite, including risk level, disclosure timeline, and remediation information. The vulnerabilities covered are CVE-2021-30493 and CVE-2021-30494.

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Razer Synapse 3 Permissions Vulnerability

By: April Brown β€”

Razer Synapse 3's permissions assignment bug is allows for Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. This CVE-2021-30493 affects version 3.5.1030.101917.

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Razer Synapse 3

By: April Brown β€”

Razer Synapse 3's incorrect permissions assignment vulnerability is allows for Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. This CVE-2021-30494 affects version 3.5.1030.101917.

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