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3 Biggest Database Security Threats: Your Risk Mitigation Plan

Here are the primary threats facing databases & reminders on how to safeguard databases from both cyberattacks & mistakes, according to Trustwave, an MSSP.

Data Breach? Nine Steps to Mitigate the Fallout

After a data breach, activate a well-rehearsed response plan; a digital forensics & incident response (DFIR) retainer; and these steps, Trustwave says.

6 Spam, Phishing and Malicious Email Trends to Track

Here is what Trustwave SpiderLabs incident investigators are seeing in the world of email cybersecurity, spear phishing attacks and more.

NERC CIP Cybersecurity Standards for Utilities: What You Need to Know

What the North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC) regulations mean to utilities and cybersecurity strategies, according to MSSP Trustwave.

How to Improve Security for Non-traditional Endpoints

Want to improve security for the Internet of Things (IoT) and non-traditional endpoints? Trustwave’s Dan Kaplan offers these four considerations.

Router Security: How to Protect Those Neglected Endpoints

We’ve seen VPNFilter and other types of malware attacks on routers. Trustwave recommends these proactive steps to secure router endpoints.

How to Deploy Microsoft Office 365 Securely

Microsoft Office 365 is frequently targeted by malicious actors & hackers. Here’s how to keep SaaS suite & email service secure from phishing & other campaigns, according to Trustwave.

How Threat Hunting Can Get Your Security Investments Moving in the Right Direction

Threat hunting looks for indicators of compromise in your environment. It’s an exhaustive search through your systems looking for the bad guys, Trustwave explains.

Incident Readiness and Response Explained for Retail and Hospitality Businesses

If your hotel or retail chain is under attack & you’re only then purchasing incident response services, then you are behind the eight ball. Trustwave explains.

GDPR and Consent: What to Consider

According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an entity must have a “valid lawful basis” to process personal data. What does that mean? Trustwave offers these answers.