We are proud to launch Syspeace Datacenter Protection

Syspeace Datacenter Protection

Syspeace is proud to launch Syspeace Datacenter Protection – an Intrusion-Prevention-as-a-service (IPaaS) product that blocks known offenders at the datacenter firewall level. Syspeace Datacenter Protection gives you enhanced protection against hacking attempts and guards you against the deployment of ransomware, malware, and viruses. How do I benefit from Syspeace Datacenter Protection? Syspeace Datacenter Protection is a Global Blocklist Subscription […]

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Read Our White Paper on The Fight Against Hacking Attacks

The Fight Against Hacking Attacks White paper by Sysepace

Hacking attacks are growing at an alarming rate. Read this expert guide for practical insights to combat brute force and protect your business.  Today, our work environment faces an untold number of cybersecurity threats with Phishing attempts, malware attacks, DDoS attacks, and Hacking attacks at the frontiers. Every organization – big and small – no […]

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How to Prepare Against the Deadliest Throes of Phishing Attacks

Syspeace Prepare Against Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks are among the most common forms of cybercrimes regardless of location, industry, or company size. Often they prompt victims to click on or download malicious links that can break through the system’s defenses. In 2019, there were over 114,702 phishing incidents, and the numbers increased to 241,324 incidents by 2020.  Subsequently. Verizon’s Data […]

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Who is the Enemy? Internal vs. External Cyber Threats

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Data is every organization’s most critical asset. It is also a point of defense and a prized target for all kinds of electronic criminals. Typically, every organization faces two types of cyber threats; threats from within and threats from outsiders. This is why data breaches are reaching alarming levels, with 46 data records stolen per […]

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How Syspeace Protects You From Ransomware Attacks Via RDP

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) are a fast-increasing attack vector to enterprise networks, due to the fact that corona made employees move their workstations from their offices to their home, which decreased the security normally implemented. Windows uses Remote Desktop Protocol (RPD) for remote connection to a server, as when employees are working from different locations, […]

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Protecting Virtual Servers in the Evolving Cloud

Cloud adoption and the rapid growth of remote work environments have led many businesses to take advantage of virtualized servers. Virtual machines (VMs) offer businesses and developers a cost-effective way to consolidating their servers in a neat package. Businesses and developers can now deploy their applications or offer their products and services with immense flexibility […]

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A public beta version of our RRAS Detector is here

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After extensive internal development and testing, we now proudly present our public beta version of a Syspeace detector for Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service. What is Routing and Remote Access Services? “RRAS”, as it is often known, is a component in Windows Server to provide a VPN so that internal servers can be accessed […]

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How to get the next generation to become professional cyber defenders

October has ended and so has the EU’s annual advocacy campaign “European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM)”. The campaign aims to raise awareness of cybersecurity threats. That includes promoting cybersecurity among citizens and providing up to date security information through education and good practices. Hundreds of cyber-related activities are organized throughout Europe every year during this month. Unfortunately, […]

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DevSecOps – Where Collaboration is key

Collaboration is Key in DevSecOps

We hear many people talk about DevOps and SecOps. The DevOps wants to develop a strategy that bridges the gap between software development and IT operations. The team works with design, development, testing, implementation or deployment and maintenance. Security is normally introduced in the later stages. Somewhere between testing and deployment or even later.  But […]

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Is the NIST Cybersecurity Framework for me?

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As cybersecurity continues to increasingly be at the top of everyone’s mind, the knowledge about how brute force attacks directly is linked to business risk is growing. Mitigating these risks does not solve the complete problem but it lowers the exposure to an increasingly more professional cyber crime community. To get the best cybersecurity standard, […]

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