In 2017 defense contractors became subject to a cybersecurity mandate by the Federal Government, starting with the Defense Acquisition Federal Regulation Supplement. DFARS required DoD Contractors to adopt cybersecurity standards according to the NIST SP 800-171 Cybersecurity Framework. On January 30, 2020, the Department of Defense released version 1.0 of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification […]
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AustCyber did a piece on Australian companies and listed Snare among those with strategies in place to cover your remote workstations. You can find the article on their site and if you want to learn more about how we can help you collect logs from remote workstations, reach our and contact our helpful staff or […]
Cyber Security news is inundated with new ransomware attacks using current events to entice end users to open and click on an email that will encrypt data and demand ransom. Some however are far more invasive, such as the RYUK Ransomware, which is the final act in an attack, one that starts with the Emotet […]
With the advent of staff being more and more mobile with work activities, they are often not in the office. This remote teleworking has been a growing trend for many years and can mean that employee systems are not on the corporate network ever or very infrequently. If the systems are not on the corporate […]
As many know, the US Cyber Command issued a recent emergency directive for DNS Infrastructure Tampering. While much of the directive relates to validating organisational DNS, password and MFA settings, one key aspect of the directive discusses the monitoring and management of authorised and unauthorised changes to the DNS environment. In order to meet this […]
How good data management applies to log collection. I love data. I was a math geek growing up and turned my affinity for statistics into a career. Intuitively most of us know that data drives informed decision making leading to better business outcomes. That’s only if, however, you do a good job collecting, managing, and […]
The new reality for Canadian businesses The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act or PIPEDA applies to the collection, use or disclosure of personal information by every Canadian organization in the course of a commercial activity. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada introduced new data breach reporting requirements that came into effect […]
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