Are you sure you’re not affected by the Solarwinds incident?

5 Feb 2021 Author: Vladimir Buldyzhov

Have you already heard about the hack of Solarwinds?

Many researchers call this incident the largest hack of the decade or even of all time and use the name Solorigate to highlight the scandalously large scale of the compromise. It has affected hundreds of private companies and government organizations in the United States and around the world. The incident involved tens of thousands of Solarwinds Orion’s users. However, these figures do not take into account the indirect victims. Their number is still difficult to determine.

Do you know that you and your company could be compromised even if you were not a Solarwinds’ customer? Such sophisticated attacks belong simultaneously to two classes of attacks: APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) and Supply chain attack. They are difficult to detect and have highly advanced stealth capabilities as well as spying functionality.

We provide our customers and subscribers with relatively simple yet effective and reliable recommendations on how to detect if you are compromised and how to combat Solorigate and APT. These recommendations have been developed by the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). Start with their one-page PDF insight.

We are also reminding you that, in addition to complying with the basic rules of cyber hygiene and implementing security systems, the best protection against APT and supply chain attacks is provided by a SOC (Security Operations Center).

Fortunately, now you don’t have to implement expensive SIEM systems and headhunt security experts to get a high level of protection. We offer an efficient and profitable SOC as a Service, which can be implemented within a couple of weeks. Please write to us to get a free consultation and an individual commercial offer.

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