"Avanan" Posts

Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) News: 17 June 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves ADNET, Avanan, Claroty, Coding Dojo, Comcast Business, Cybereason, Deepwatch, Elisity, Kaspersky, MachBlue Defense, Microsoft, Navisite, Qualys, Versa Networks, Vulcan Cyber and more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 12 May 2020

Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Aruba Networks, Atlassian, Avanan, Intel Thunderspy vulnerabiity, McAfee, Microsoft, Sophos ransomware research, Sumo Logic SIEM & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 22 April 2020

Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves ARIA, Avanan, Axis, BeyondTrust, CloudGenix, Expanse, Palo Alto Networks SD-WANs, Recorded Future & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 20 March 2020

Today’s MSSP and MDR (managed detection & response) news involves Alert Logic, Avanan, Fortinet, Involta & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 18 December 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves Avanan, Checkmarx, CompTIA, FIN8 hackers, ID Agent, Kaseya, Lastline, OpenText, Palo Alto Networks, Peerstream, Remediant, SaltStack, SecureONE, ServiceNow, Tenable & more.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 11 April 2019

Today’s MSSP & MSP managed security services news involves Armis, Avanan, eMazzanti, eSentire, FireEye, Fortinet, OneNeck IT Solutions, WatchGuard & more.

Microsoft Office 365 Phishing: Avanan Identifies SharePoint Attack

Cybercriminals use Microsoft SharePoint phishing attack called PhishPoint to harvest Office 365 end-user credentials, cloud security platform provider Avanan warns.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 15 August 2018

Today’s MSSP and cybersecurity news involves Avanan repelling Office 365 phishing attacks; FireMon firewall research; Kaspersky Lab phishing analysis; Leafminer hackers; Proficio hires Paul Hennebury; Qualys intros consulting edition for security MSPs; and more.

Office 365 Phishing Attacks Target Microsoft’s Cloud Application Platform

Many cybercriminals and phishing attacks use hexadecimal escape characters to bypass Microsoft Office 365 security, according to Avanan.