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2021.1 DriveLock release offers many improvements and enhancements

By DriveLock on May 4, 2021 2:46:24 PM

Our first release in 2021 introduces many new features and gives our customers and interested parties an outlook on where we are heading with DriveLock. Providing the best possible protection for your computers and devices has top priority - especially in a high-risk situation we are currently facing during the pandemic, marked by home office activity, rapidly expanding IT with partly inadequate IT security precautions and increased cyber activity.
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DriveLock is Common Criteria EAL3+ certified.

By DriveLock on Apr 22, 2021 12:38:01 PM

Munich 07/04/2021 - DriveLock's Device Control and Application Control solutions received Common Criteria certification from the independent Swedish CSEC authority.

This EAL 3+ certification attests to the high trustworthiness of DriveLock Agent 2019.2. The Evaluation Assurance Level 3+, which is based on a specified set of configurations, not only confirms the high product quality - the DriveLock product was methodically tested and verified during the two year certification process. It also certifies the high quality of DriveLock's software development processes.

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Microsoft Exchange hack - when the patch came, it was already too late

By Udo Riedel on Mar 24, 2021 3:25:02 PM

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Among a high-profile wave of cyberattacks in March 2021, tens of thousands of email servers worldwide fell victim due to a vulnerability in the Microsoft Exchange Server. Through a so-called zero-day exploit, the vulnerabilities were targeted by a previously unknown Chinese espionage group called "Hafnium.” As a result, national authorities warned thousands of companies to quickly close the gap in their own Exchange servers as Microsoft released patches to fix the vulnerabilities in Exchange servers shortly after.

In this paper, we will clarify the temporal process: What happened? Could the attacks have been prevented?

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Australian Businesses Under Attack - How To Protect Yourself

By Alma Pranoto on Jun 22, 2020 8:48:26 AM

On June 19, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison reported that businesses are targeted by a sophisticated, state-based cyber actor. In recent months, there has been a prominent increase in attacks targeting all levels of government, political organisations, the private sector, essential services, education, medical research and development. Other countries are also detecting a similar pattern. 

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EDR - the Sherlock Holmes of cyber security

By Andreas Fuchs on Jun 2, 2020 11:00:00 AM

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On the trail towards EDR

In our last blog post "Silent hacker attacks and the need for detection mechanisms" we talked about covert cyber attacks and the need for detection tools. Now we would like to present a typical Endpoint detection and response solution with its building blocks.

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Silent hacker attacks and the need for detection mechanisms

By Andreas Fuchs on May 26, 2020 2:00:00 AM

Again and again, we read about hacking incidents where attackers can spy on a company, an authority or a ministry and remain unnoticed for months without affecting the systems.

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4 Essential Strategies for IT Security

By Alma Pranoto on May 19, 2020 1:00:00 AM

The Base Formula for Preventing Cyber Security Incidents 

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Working from Home - 13 Tips for Increased IT Security

By DriveLock on Apr 2, 2020 2:47:13 PM

From one of our previous post, "Coronavirus calls hackers to the scene", we are already informed about basic precautions and protection measures we must take when working from the home office.

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Stay Safe - Protection in your home office

By Vincent Ong on Mar 23, 2020 8:10:00 AM

As we brace ourselves to contain the spread of Covid-19 globally, it is of utmost importance for companies and enterprises to upkeep their business momentum in current challenging times. Increasingly, companies are encouraging employees to work from home to minimise physical contact. It is critical for endpoints to be well protected for employees to continue to be productive as they are working from home. However, the situation also presents opportunity for possible cyber security threats, malware attacks and social engineering to take place.

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DriveLock - perfectly positioned for RSA 2020

By DriveLock on Mar 17, 2020 8:43:10 AM

With over 36,000 attendees, 700 speakers, and 650 exhibitors, the RSA conference in San Francisco was a successful and rewarding event. The conference was attended by both boutique and well-known IT security firms from around the world.

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