CalCom coverage by VPNMentor

  • CalCom coverage by VPNMentor

    We are honored to get a positive coverage of CalCom’s products and services by one of the leading cyber security blogs- VPNMentor. In the link below you can find the interview

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  • 4 tips for a successful baseline hardening project

    The emerging cyber security threat and a large number of successful cyber attacks  occurred in the past years are encouraging CISO’s and IT teams to review their security posture and get

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  • Server hardening-Regulatory overview

      Baseline security hardening is a fundamental task in ensuring the organization’s servers are secure and compliant. OS and applications are provided from the manufacture with default configuration. The default configuration

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  • Hardening IT infrastructure-servers to applications

    Hardening the IT infrastructure is an obligatory task for achieving a resilient to attacks infrastructure and complying with regulatory requirements. Hackers attack information systems and websites on an ongoing basis using

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  • Disable SMBv1 to Mitigate Petya

    On June 27th a Ransomware campaign named Petya (the current version named Petwrap) has been promoted around the world, successfully attacking organizations such as governments, banks, airports and manufacturers. As stated by

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  • Disable SMBv1 to Mitigate EternalRocks

    A new worm named EternalRocks is in the news this week . EternalRocks leverages some of the same vulnerabilities and exploit tools as WannaCry but is potentially more dangerous because it exploits seven

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  • Disable SMBv1 to Mitigate Wannacry

    On May 12th a Ransomware campaign named “Wannacry” has been promoted around the world, successfully attacking organizations such as hospitals, critical government offices, manufacturers and banks. While the ransomware itself and the

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  • Critical hardening requirement from Microsoft- Disable SMB1

    On February 2017 Microsoft released MS17-010, a security update that prevents denial of service and remote code execution. If you need this security patch, you already have a much bigger problem: you

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  • Do you need a PCI-DSS-compliant hardening policy?

    Server configuration hardening is a basic requirement for compliance with PCI-DSS V3.2. Server hardening is a fundamental process that ensures the security of servers in the network by reducing the servers attack

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  • CalCom gains the CIS Critical Security Controls champion certification

    First circulated in 2009, the CIS Critical Controls are used by both the U.S. and U.K. governments as a leading framework for securing critical IT infrastructures. Consisting of 20 security controls that

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  • Integrating security best practices to production environments

    The gap between IT and security teams recently defined by analysts as the “SecOps” gap is a significant pain point for every enterprise. The two teams have a fundamental conflict based

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  • SANS CSC No. 3, When security goes behind the security team

    Security is complicated. The growing threat landscape and multiple breaches encourage security professionals to play a proactive role in securing their organizations. There is a lot of buzz out there that

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