Tag: it sec

Cloud security myth busted: Common misconceptions about security ownership in the cloud In recent years, cloud technology has become one of the most important and widely used IT infrastructures. Organisations of all sizes are taking...
A few months ago, BR reported on attacks that work very similarly to the analogue “grandson trick”. Attackers pretend to be a close family member, claiming to be in an emergency situation – and in...
“37.0 percent of companies in Germany do not regularly train their employees on topics such as spam or phishing. (…) Only every third company (35.5 percent) has a patch management policy. Yet security gaps in...
How does the technology behind Watchdog by TEN IM actually work? Answer: we use Wazuh, one of the leading SIEM platforms on the market. Wazuh is an open source security platform designed to help companies...
Detect threats with a SIEM system A security information and event management (SIEM) system is a powerful solution that helps organisations detect, monitor and respond to threats to their information security. It enables the centralised...
Cost-effective solution for medium-sized businesses Watchdog by TEN IM is our managed SIEM (Security Incident & Event Management) solution that makes automated detection of attacks and vulnerabilities accessible to SMEs. We are often asked: how...
What is actually the difference between a Vulnerability Scan and a Penetration Test? There seem to be interesting misconceptions about this, as we would like to show with the following practical example.
ISO 27001 – Management of technical vulnerabilities The newly published ISO 27001:2022 in October 2022 brings a restructured catalogue of measures. Among other things, the new measure A.8.8 – Management of technical vulnerabilities – was...
Efficient protection through 2-factor authentication Multi-factor authentication (MFA) or mostly 2-factor authentication is on everyone’s lips. You read a lot about the benefits – and yet you are often annoyed when “the second factor” has...
“The cloud is another name for “someone else’s computer,” and you need to understand how much or how little you trust that computer.” (Bruce Schneier). The quote comes from the context of the LastPass breach...