How To Prevent Phishing Attacks
Serena Raymond
February 16, 2021

In 2019, 88% of organizations around the world that were surveyed were the target of a spear phishing attack. With the rise of phishing attacks in recent years, malware has taken a back seat.

What The NSA’s Advice on Encrypted DNS Really Tells Us
Peter Lowe
February 5, 2021

At the beginning of January, the NSA released recommendations around DNS encryption, with particular emphasis on DoH. Security Researcher Peter Lowe gives his take on what this all really means.

SUNBURST Attack: Tracking Down DNS Requests to Malicious Sites
Serena Raymond
January 14, 2021

Last month, the SUNBURST attack on SolarWinds Orion, FireEye, and various government agencies shook cybersecurity. The unprecedented attack has remained in the news consistently, despite taking place a month ago. On January 5 of this year, US intelligence officially pointed the finger at Russia being the one behind the attack. How did we get here?

Maybe Employees Aren’t Always To Blame: Assigning Cybersecurity Responsibility After a Cyberattack
Serena Raymond
December 7, 2020

Recently, I read an article by Oz Alashe with a pretty bold title: “Stop saying employees are the weakest link in cybersecurity.” It’s a great read, and I agree with a lot of it. But it did make me think: Where does cybersecurity responsibility ultimately lie? And is there even an easy answer to this?

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