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Network scanning and port scanning aren't inherently hostile, but they're often used maliciously. Learn port scan detection methods to stop malicious behavior.
This June, learn how CrowdStrike and ExtraHop make XDR a reality, get Reveal(x) 360 for AWS, understand CISA's guidance for Shields Up, DoS attacks, and more.
This May, TL;DR is talking about the future of cyberwarfare, how to respond to the 2022 cyberthreat landscape, closing the network visibility gap, April Patch Tuesday, and more.
This April, get an ExtraHop Shields Up assessment, cloud threat defense for AWS, detect and stop the Spring4Shell exploit, a Wakefield report on cyber confidence, and more.
This March, learn about CISA's Shields Up, advanced threat detection for cloud, gain insight into two complementary MITRE frameworks, C2 beaconing, and more.
This February, we introduce ExtraHop CEO Patrick Dennis, a 2021 ransomware retrospective, the near extinction of Maersk, a SOC survey, and more.
A SANS survey of modern SecOps can help CISOs understand what is adding stress for security teams, and what they can do about it.
BlackByte is the latest ransomware group making headlines. Learn their playbook and how you can build an effective defense strategy.
This January TL;DR blog includes a KuppingerCole report, a SANS 2021 SOC survey, a ransomware special report, cryptomining malware, and much more.
Use correlated, contextualized data to simplify response times, helping you regain the advantage.
For December's TL;DR, we're talking about the Log4j exploit, SolarWinds SUNBURST attack one year later, cloud monitoring, decrypting traffic, and more.
This November, TL;DR is showcasing breakthrough decryption for Microsoft environments, defending containerized environments, supply chain compromise, and more.
This October, learn how to secure Microsoft 365 with Reveal(x) 360, accelerate zero trust adoption, SANS 2021 top threats, ransomware, and more.
Microsoft Active Directory is a favorite target for attackers, and traditional threat detection techniques are falling short. Learn why and what you can do.
Encryption gives attackers dark places to hide. Learn which common solutions for network visibility fall short, and which can accurately detect advanced threats.
In the first edition of TL;DR, we're talking about supply chain attacks, Reveal(x) for the education sector, how ExtraHop shut down a C2 beaconing attack, and more.
A quick-read executive summary on what supply chain attacks are and what you can do about them.
We pitted Reveal(x) against signature-based IDS to see which technology had the most comprehensive detections against advanced threats. Spoiler alert: Reveal(x) won by leaps and bounds.
Financial services institutions are a common target of supply chain attacks. Learn how to prevent, detect, and respond to this persistent threat.
Visibility is necessary for security but the concept isn't exactly clear-cut. Hear from SANS on defining visibility to help you confidently identify blind spots, strengthen security, and measure success on this cybersecurity KPI.