In the constantly evolving world of cybersecurity, staying ahead of emerging threats and vulnerabilities is crucial. Yet the task at hand is not waning- last year saw 26,448 software flaws with 4,135 critical vulnerabilities, breaking records on previous years.
We understand the importance of receiving timely and accurate threat intelligence to help protect digitalised organisational assets, no matter your size or sector. As a leading cyber security MSSP, we onboard clients time and time again who have been exploited via a vulnerability which could have been avoided with pre-emptive patching.
That’s why our experts in our UK-based SOC (Security Operations Centre), have developed a Threat Intelligence Twitter feed @CommunicateCyb which shares insights, analysis, and actionable information to empower you in the defence against cyber threats. By following the thread, you can expect:
Our SOC experts constantly monitor global threat landscapes, analysing data from various sources, including our extensive network of security partners. By following our Twitter feed, you gain access to real-time updates on the latest cyber threats, vulnerabilities, and attack techniques. Stay informed about emerging malware strains, phishing campaigns, zero-day exploits, and other critical security issues that may impact your organisation.
FortiGate SSL-VPN vulnerable to pre-auth remote code execution, as reported by @LexfoSecurite researchers ⚠️ The CVE is expected to be officially confirmed tomorrow, however new FortiOS versions 7.2.5, 7.0.12, 6.4.13, 6.2.15 and 6.0.17 fix an undisclosed critical RCE bug. 🪲
— Communicate Cyber (@CommunicateCyb) June 12, 2023
Expert Analysis and Insights:
Our multidisciplinary team of cybersecurity professionals leverage their extensive knowledge and experience to provide in-depth analysis and insights. We go beyond simply reporting the facts; we delve into the tactics, techniques, and procedures employed by threat actors, shedding light on their motivations and objectives. By understanding the mindset of adversaries, you can better anticipate and mitigate potential risks.
🚪Evasive backdoor: ChamelDoH uses novel DNS-over-HTTPS technique for C2 communication. The #malware encodes and encrypts malicious activity in DNS TXT requests bound for malicious nameservers, via legitimate DoH providers, thus evading security solutions https://t.co/2nIgLlRMoY
— Communicate Cyber (@CommunicateCyb) June 27, 2023
Tailored Content for Technical Professionals:
Unlike generic cybersecurity news outlets, our Twitter feed is specifically tailored for technical professionals. We know that detailed information and technical context is necessary to make informed decisions, and we’re keen to distribute the power of knowledge (https://communicate.technology/barracuda-email-security-gateway/). Our tweets will cover topics such as threat hunting methodologies, vulnerability assessments, incident response techniques, network security best practices, and much more. Expect content that speaks technical language and provides value to everyday work.
#CVE2023-2868 is a #vulnerability which exists on the #Barracuda ESG appliances on versions 5.1.3.001-9.2.0.006, allowing hackers to perform remote code injection. Find out associated #malware and recommendations in our blog: https://t.co/FgMzpx9Swt #PowerfullyConnected pic.twitter.com/W3vk483Hh6
— Communicate Cyber (@CommunicateCyb) June 14, 2023
Community Engagement and Collaboration:
Cybersecurity is a collective effort, and we believe in fostering a strong community spirit. Our Twitter feed serves as a platform for engaging with fellow professionals, sharing ideas, and collaborating on security challenges. We encourage you to join the conversation, ask questions, and share your experiences. By amplifying the message, you enhance our collective defence against cyber threats and promote a stronger security culture.
In a world where cyber threats continue to escalate in sophistication and frequency, being well-informed is a crucial aspect of maintaining robust security measures. Our new Cyber Security Threat Intelligence Twitter feed brings you valuable, tactical and technical insights that can help safeguard your organisation’s digital assets.