Here at Obrela Security Industries we heavily invested in dissecting the Azure platform, to provide our customers with a full range of security services related to Exposure, Risk and Threat Management. OBRELA collects all this information and provides a unique multi-dimensional view on the physical users activity across their interactions with both Azure and every physical datacenter components, in unified screens and reports. Every suspicious activity is flagged, analyzed and followed allowing us to respond within minutes to upcoming threats.
Obrela Security Industries participates in the EU Horizon 2020 Project FORTIKA which aims to (1) minimize the exposure of small and medium sized businesses to cyber security risks and threats, and (2) help them successfully respond to cyber security incidents, while relieving them from all unnecessary and costly efforts of identifying, acquiring and using the appropriate cyber security solutions.
The cyber security industry appears to be struggling to keep pace with a seemingly never-ending stream of new vulnerabilities exposing organisations to ransomware attacks, corporate espionage and worse. Trade shows such as InfoSecurity Europe 2017 host hundreds of new “off-the-shelf solutions” that claim to provide cybersecurity at a stroke. The million dollar bet here is whether a custom made solution based on the company’s precise needs with full interoperability would be possible.
A new ransomware that has been spread since 12th of March worldwide affecting hundreds of thousands of Windows computers and for which you should be considering the application of an emergency security patch update that Microsoft has released few hours ago.
A possible attack path during a penetration test is having access to the administrative console of a JAVA Application Server (like WAS, JBOSS and Tomcat) installed on a Windows server with default or guessable (e.g. through brute-force) administrative credentials.