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Reduce the complexity of compliance & security

Simplify continuous compliance and risk management with a flexible solution of consolidated consulting services and unified technology to fit your business.

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Simplify security monitoring & respond to threats faster

Detect threats anywhere - AWS, Azure, on-prem, endpoints, SaaS, even the dark web, all with a unified platform that can be deployed in as quickly as one day.

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Take your cloud security to new heights

Ensure threat coverage across AWS and Azure, plus SaaS such as Office 365 and G-Suite, even as you migrate workloads and data from the network to the cloud.

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How to secure Syslog with USM Anywhere

One of the requests we often get is how to securely forward logs to the USM sensor. To forward logs securely, the one component that is required is an SSL certificate. By default, USM has a self-signed certificate that will allow sending secure logs over port 6514. Some platforms, such as Palo Alto Networks, require publicly signed certificates by default. In…

August 5, 2020 | Mike Banic

Combat mobile phishing attacks targeting Financial Services with AI

Phishing attacks are a common attack vector for financial services organizations. Effective and simple to launch, phishing attacks challenge financial firms to protect their mobile workforce and harden their customer-facing apps. Mobile phishing, in particular, bypasses traditional perimeter defenses such as secure email gateways by targeting users via personal email, SMS and social messaging apps. These attacks typically seek to…

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Stories from the SOC: Compromised account detected

Stories from the SOC is a blog series that describes recent real-world security incident investigations conducted and reported by the AT&T SOC analyst team for AT&T Managed Threat Detection and Response customers. Executive Summary The Managed Threat Detection and Response (MTDR) analyst team was notified of multiple logins from different countries. With the shift to a…

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