This is a follow-up to Michael Dortch’s blog summary of our latest ransomware webinar: Petya and Weaponized Malware: Is Ransomware the New DDoS Attack?
We had several questions roll in that we did not have time to answer during the …Read more
Yesterday, Ivanti hosted a webinar focused on the latest global ransomware attack based on “Petya” malware. The featured speakers were Chris Goettl, Manager of Product Management for Security, and Phil Richards, Chief Security Officer at Ivanti. Amber Boehm, Manager of …Read more
From young hacker to Ivanti R & D vice president, no one serves up the IT metaphors and insights quite like Rob Juncker. Read his latest “VP – R&D – Q&A”.
As a product expert with Ivanti, your travels frequently… Read more
UPDATE: June 27, 2017 — Chris Goettl
Petya Ransomware Attack: What Should Companies Be Doing Right Now?
Several critical vulnerabilities with known exploits or proof-of-concept code should be the focus of everyone’s attention. The SMB exploits (EternalBlue and its siblings) …Read more
What if your enterprise identified desirable markets, suppliers, or partners in a country other than yours? Is your IT team ready to make, support, manage, and secure the links necessary to do business internationally?
The Growing Global Market
On June …Read more
WannaCrypt/WannaCry may be in your rearview mirror, but it’s never a good idea to nod off at the wheel. Here are some recommendations to help you prepare for and avoid the worst effects of future attacks.