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Nov 22, 2021
Microsoft Exchange Vulnerability - CVE-2021-42321
THE THREAT eSentire has identified publicly available Proof-of-Concept (PoC) exploit code, for the critical Microsoft Exchange vulnerability CVE-2021-42321. CVE-2021-42321 was announced as part of Microsoft’s November Patch Tuesday release. Exploitation would allow a remote threat actor, with previous authentication, to execute code on vulnerable servers. Prior to the patch release, Microsoft…
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eSentire is The Authority in Managed Detection and Response Services, protecting the critical data and applications of 1000+ organizations in 70+ countries from known and unknown cyber threats. Founded in 2001, the company’s mission is to hunt, investigate and stop cyber threats before they become business disrupting events.
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Oct 28, 2021
Telarus and eSentire Expand Partnership to Safeguard Enterprises Globally Against Business Disrupting Ransomware and Zero-Day Attacks
London, UK and Sydney, Australia– Oct. 28, 2021 - eSentire, recognized globally as the Authority in Managed Detection and Response (MDR), today announces the expansion of its partnership with Telarus, the largest privately-held distributor of business cloud infrastructure and contact centre services. Building on their mutual success across North America, Telarus will bring eSentire’s Managed…
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SENSITIVE DATA

Know Your Enemy. Know Your Risk.

Threat actors can target you based on a number of factors, including how sensitive your data is, how much that data is worth financially, and how easy a target you are vs your industry peers. Learn what it takes to build a sensitive data security plan that protects your customers and your business.

Protect your most sensitive data.

The more sensitive the data, the higher the probability that hackers will attack it. It is not just a question of financial gain. Hackers enjoy the challenge, status and fun that comes from breaking into your most sensitive data. “Know your enemy” is one of the oldest military strategies. To understand how to protect against a sensitive data breach, you must go inside the mind of a hacker. You should be able to answer these questions from a hacker’s perspective and use this information to build your sensitive data security program:

  • What is the data worth from a social perspective?
  • What is the data worth from a financial perspective?
  • What is the ease of obtaining the data?
  • What is the risk of being caught?
  • What are the consequences of being caught?

You should also consider how prepared your organization is relative to your peers when it comes to protecting against sensitive data theft and the probability of your perimeter defenses being bypassed by hackers. Our 24/7 threat hunters know a hacker does not need to be an expert to execute a successful cyber attack. With the fluidity that people share their personal information online today, it makes it easy for hackers to attack.

It is also easy to think your company’s data is not a target but no organization is immune from a data breach. However, large enterprises seemingly have endless resources, lobbyists, insurance policies, and other structures that have been put in place over time to make data security breaches more manageable.

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are faced with an ultimatum: evolve or perish. We found that 58% of SMBs had a sensitive data breach in the last year, and have paid $1.43 million as an average cost of the damage or theft of IT assets due to a sensitive data breach.

Read our report on sensitive data security to learn:

  • A hacker’s mindset, motivations and tactics for sensitive data theft
  • The probability of sensitive data theft and financial risk involved
  • What’s working, what’s not and making the case for future-proof sensitive data security