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Published By: CrowdStrike     Published Date: Feb 01, 2017
This year’s Cyber Intrusion Services Casebook focuses on in-depth digital forensics, incident response (IR) and remediation services performed on behalf of actual CrowdStrike clients. Real-life examples drawn from notable CrowdStrike Services IR engagements in 2016 — including the now-infamous hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) —are covered with an emphasis on best practices organizations can follow to identify and eject attackers before a devastating breach occurs. Download this report to learn: • How CrowdStrike’s Falcon OverWatch and professional services teams discovered and attributed the DNC intrusion to nation-state threat actors FANCY BEAR and COZY BEAR • The gaps in security processes and planning that your organization can address now to stop the next breach • The specific tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) a range of nation-state and eCrime adversaries used to penetrate their victims’ defenses, and how they attempted to cover their tracks
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Published By: Lumension     Published Date: Feb 07, 2014
In this best practice guide, we are going to take a deep dive into a best practice process for patch and vulnerability management, developed by Lumension over thousands of customer engagements.
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lumension, agent maintenance, value and risk, patch management, microsoft’s patch tuesday, it tasks, remediation process, endpoint management and security suite, automated patch solution, lemss, agent communication, test groups, best practices, business intelligence, managing patches, vulnerability monitoring, remediation techniques
    
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Published By: Lumension     Published Date: Oct 17, 2008
The realities of security and compliance have changed considerably since patch management faced its first big paradigm shift some years ago. At that time many organizations wrestled with the transition from manual patching and remediation to an automated process. Of course, nothing in security is ever static, so it is no surprise that patch management has continued to evolve since then. Though still automated, today’s best patch management tools and techniques are significantly different from their predecessors. In this whitepaper, Lumension Security’s Matt Mosher, Senior Vice President of the Americas, gives an historical perspective on how this evolution unfolded and why it is important for organizations to evolve their patch management technology in order to remain on top of increasing security attacks.
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lumension, unix, linux, web 2.0, windows, cve
    
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