Defensive Security Podcast Episode 233

https://www.securityweek.com/hackers-using-rdp-are-increasingly-using-network-tunneling-bypass-protections

https://www.zdnet.com/article/trojan-malware-is-back-and-its-the-biggest-hacking-threat-to-your-business/

https://www.csoonline.com/article/3336923/security/phishing-has-become-the-root-of-most-cyber-evil.html

https://www.darkreading.com/attacks-breaches/ransomware-attack-via-msp-locks-customers-out-of-systems/d/d-id/1333825

https://www.dlapiper.com/~/media/files/insights/publications/2019/02/dla-piper-gdpr-data-breach-survey-february-2019.pdf

4 thoughts on “Defensive Security Podcast Episode 233

  1. Just some follow up comments in regards to Kaseya and Connectwise. I work in the MSP sector and there are a number of MSP solutions that are designed to manage all your customers. These include Kaseya, MSP RMM, NinjaRMM, Labteck, Autotask PSA and others. All of these have agents that provide remote system level access. All of these are cloud-connected or have internet facing logon portals. Its very much standard practice for MSPs. In our instance, we have over 1000 PCs and 100 servers and we are a very small MSP provider.

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