Quick Take: Microsoft Products Ending Support in 2023

On November 8, 2022, Microsoft posted information about their products ending support in 2023. Organization should check this information annually. If you haven't reviewed Microsoft's products ending support in 2023, now is a good time to do so. Microsoft's post includes: Product Retirements Release End of Servicing Products Reaching End of Support Products Moving to … Continue reading Quick Take: Microsoft Products Ending Support in 2023

Malware Analysis: A General Approach

Originally posted February 5, 2021 By ttheveii0x and Jonas Eichinger on Security Risk Advisors blog UPDATE: Rewritten on January 5, 2023 TL; DR Malware analysis has many benefits for organizations and cybersecurity operations; however, most organizations have not defined processes for performing malware analysis. This post walks through the questions that malware analysis can answer … Continue reading Malware Analysis: A General Approach

What’s ahead for Cybersecurity in 2023?

Instead of speculating on what might be in store for cybersecurity in the year ahead, now is a great time to set goals that will enable your organization to improve its cybersecurity program over the next year. What is your organization planning to accomplish in 2023?Are you incorporating lessons learned from 2022? This brief post … Continue reading What’s ahead for Cybersecurity in 2023?

The Assault on Microsoft Exchange Server

Microsoft products have been a favorite target of threat actors since the creation of computer viruses such as Brain and Morris in 1986 and 1988, respectively. Microsoft Exchange Server is an attractive target for threat actors trying to gain access to corporate networks to perform discovery operations and to deploy malware, including ransomware. Over the past two years, multiple sources have reported on their investigations and research … Continue reading The Assault on Microsoft Exchange Server