Posts by AT&T Cybersecurity

A Pragmatic Approach to Risk Management & Resilience

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How MSPs, MSSPs & their customers can navigate risk management to address financial stability, regulatory compliance & cybersecurity goals.

Security Frameworks/Attestations and Certifications: Which One is the Right Fit for Your Organization?

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As your business grows, you will likely need to complete the SOC 2 & ISO 27001 certifications to meet the requirements of your global clientele.

How to Fill the Cybersecurity Gap Amid a Pandemic, Right Now

In the future, MSSPs will employ the majority of infosec pros because it will be a trusted solution to decreasing the skills gap, AT&T Cybersecurity explains.

Information Security Risk Assessments: Lessons Learned

AT&T Cybersecurity explains how Information security risk assessments help organizations to identify and address cybersecurity gaps.

5G Security: AT&T Cybersecurity and 451 Research Findings

How will 5G wireless networks change enterprise security models? AT&T Cybersecurity and 451 Research share these survey findings.

Google Cloud Platform Security Monitoring: AT&T Alien Labs Analysis

The latest threat intelligence for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) from AT&T Alien Labs. What it means for security practitioners & cloud IT professionals.

AT&T Alien Labs Analyzes Cryptomining Worm: The Findings

This blog post provides an overview of the AT&T Alien Labs™ technical analysis of the common malicious implants used by threat actors targeting vulnerable Exim, Confluence, and WebLogic servers.

Siegeware and BAS Attacks, an Emerging Threat

When attackers combine ransomware with BAS vulnerabilities, we get Siegeware. This malware has the potential to create life-threatening situations.

Security Through Transparency: The Key to Customer Trust

In today’s business market, being transparent is what will gain the trust of users regardless of the severity of a breach or incident. AT&T Cybersecurity explains.

How to Detect and Stop Phishing Attacks

After hackers penetrate a trusted account, they’ll launch an internal phishing or business email compromise (BEC) attack. Here’s how MSSPs can mitigate those attacks.