We provide the root cause analysis of the vulnerability identified in Citrix Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Citrix Gateway, CVE-2019-19781, as well as Proof of Concept examples (PoC), additional Indicators of Compromise we've identified and attack activities we observed in the wild.
Attackers must complete a certain sequence of events, known as the attack
lifecycle, to accomplish their objectives, whether stealing information or
running ransomware. Nearly every attack relies on compromising an endpoint to
succeed, and although most organizations have deployed endpoint protection,
infections are still common.
PanoramaTM network security management reduces network complexity with logical device groups; simplifies management with easy, global policy control; and reduces network dwell time for threats by highlighting critical information for response priori- tization.
When an incident occurs, SOCs tend to respond based on defined processes and procedures to mitigate the threat and protect the network. When attackers target networks or systems, however, they tend to use multiple TTPs (tools, tactics and procedures) to compromise them, maintain presence and exfiltrate data. While responding to an incident, it is imperative to understand the entire scope of the incident, including the compromise of other networks/subnetworks, related incidents and threat attribution, wherever possible. Once the SOC has visibility into these aspects, it becomes much easier to respond to the incident and mitigate the threat as well as improve visibility and response to such threats in the future.
This executive-level whitepaper from industrial automation market experts, ARC Advisory Group, covers the challenges industrial asset owner-operators will face as they embark on their OT digital transformation initiatives.
With elevated tensions in the Middle East region, there is significant attention being paid to the potential for cyber attacks emanating from Iran. The following threat brief contains a summary of historical campaigns that are associated with Iranian activity and does not expose any new threat or attack that has occurred since the events of January 3rd, 2020.
This reference document links the technical design aspects of the Google Cloud Platform with Palo Alto Networks solutions and then explores several technical design models. The design models include a model with all instances in a single project to enterprise-level operational environments that span across multiple projects using Shared VPC.
Provides deployment details for using the VM-Series in the GCP VPC Network Peering design model, which centralizes security resource management while allowing administrators of peered projects to manage their network resources independently. This design model is also useful when you want to provide security to existing disparate projects.
This reference document provides detailed guidance on the requirements and functionality of the Shared VPC design model and explains how to successfully implement that design model using Panorama and Palo Alto Networks® VM-Series firewalls on Google Cloud Platform.