We are excited to be chosen as an IDC Innovator for “Attack Surface Management, 2021”. IDC Innovators are emerging vendors who have demonstrated either a groundbreaking business model or an innovative new technology – or both. Why FireCompass Was Chosen as an IDC Innovator? FireCompass Scans and indexes the web as a hacker would with… Read More »FireCompass Selected as IDC Innovator for Attack Surface Management, 2021
Ransomware attacks globally have gone up by 102% in 2021 compared to last year. In 2021 alone, cybercrime has been predicted to cause damages worth over $6 Trillion. Most common tactics Ransomware attackers are using are phishing campaigns, RDP vulnerabilities. We will track the Ransomware attacks each month to share via blog. To keep informed… Read More »Breach Trends and Ransomware Statistics: June – July 21
REvil ransomware conducted a massive attack through the Kaseya VSA patch and remote management software that encrypted MSPs worldwide and their customers. The zero-day Kaseya vulnerability was discovered by DIVD researcher Wietse Boonstra and was assigned the CVE-2021-30116 identifier. Kaseya states that REvil used the Zero-day vulnerability in their on-premise VSA service to conduct the… Read More »Kaseya VSA Ransomware Attack 2021
In this report we will talk about some of the important cyberattacks that have taken place during 15th May – 15th June. Analyzing the attacks, the following key insights are gained: With more integration with third party systems, organizations are exposing themselves towards indirect breach that flows into their organization without adequately understanding the risks… Read More »Breach Trends And Insights – June 2021
Colonial Pipeline, a privately held largest pipeline operator in the United States was forced to proactively close down operations and freeze IT Systems after being a victim to a massive cyber attack. What Happened? Darkside, a ransomware clan, has taken the responsibility for the attack. What they managed to do was, strike the Colonial Pipeline’s… Read More »Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack: What Happened? What You Can Learn?