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I already have that in ...

Ask yourself this question. Most of the time when we talk to a potential client or partner about configuration management they immediately start to counter with “ what they already have ...

Strategic Cyber Process Part Three

Is the “problem” many “problems? As part of our process and strategic approach to the problem it is now time to be sure we totally understand the realities of the total problem ...

Strategic Cyber Process Part Two

    Don't talk, act.  Don't say, show.  Don't promise, prove.   Justifying the Need to act The purpose of answering the questions in this step is to explain ...

Strategic Cyber Process Part One

      “ If I were given one hour to save the planet, I would spend 59 minutes defining the problem and one minute resolving it, ” Albert Einstein said.   ...

Why is GYTPOL helping organizations ...

    Odds are you have heard the wisdom that a defense is only as good as its weakest point.  Which makes sense.  After all, any strong defensive posture can only hold up if ...

Moving to the cloud? Leave NTLM behind

In the modern Microsoft environment, NTLM (“NT Lan Manager”) is a security threat you should keep an eye on. Especially when it’s about the cloud environment, Microsoft warns you to deny it ...

Missing OS Patches? Hackers don’t ...

War is on. Attacks are becoming more sophisticated, hackers are becoming smarter, and so should be the defenders. The attacker eyeing your organization is looking for the misconfiguration ...

How a simple Group Policy setting ...

In our  previous blog we wrote about the importance to monitor all endpoints in your organization for the existence of cached credentials. If present, hackers can easily reveal  their hash ...

Cached credentials are everywhere. ...

When hackers are successful in accessing user credentials, they can access the resources of an organization and cause a lot of damage. This normally happens unnoticed as the platform trusts the ...