As one of the only EU-based Cyber Security companies, NVISO successfully participated in a first-of-its-kind, MITRE-led, evaluation of Managed Security Services (MSS). The inaugural MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK® Evaluations for Managed Security Services ran in June 2022 and its results have been published today. NVISO performed excellently in the evaluation, demonstrating services that are at or … Continue reading NVISO EXCELS IN MITRE ATT&CK® MANAGED SERVICES EVALUATION
What ISO27002 has in store for 2022
In current times, security measures have become increasingly important for the continuity of our businesses, to guarantee the safety for our clients and to confirm our company’s reputation. While thinking of security, our minds will often jump to the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and ISO/IEC 27002:2013 standards. Especially in Europe & Asia, these have been the leading … Continue reading What ISO27002 has in store for 2022
NVISO approved as APT Response Service Provider
NVISO is proud to announce that it has successfully qualified as an APT Response service provider and is now recommended on the website of the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) are typically described as attack campaigns in which highly skilled, often state-sponsored, intruders orchestrate targeted, long-term attacks. Due to their … Continue reading NVISO approved as APT Response Service Provider
Girls Day at NVISO Encourages Young Guests To Find Their Dream Job
NVISO employees in Frankfurt and Munich showcased their work in Cybersecurity to the girls with live hacking demos, a view behind the scenes of NVISO and hands-on tips for their personal online security. Participating in the Germany- Wide "Girls Day", we further widened the field of future career choices for the young visitors and brought … Continue reading Girls Day at NVISO Encourages Young Guests To Find Their Dream Job
NVISO achieves Palo Alto Networks Cortex eXtended Managed Detection and Response (XMDR) Specialization
Managed Security Services provider NVISO, today announced it has become a Palo Alto Networks Cortex® XMDR Specialization partner.
Interview with an NVISO Intern – Writing Custom Beacon Object Files
During the first months of this year, Sander joined our 'Software Security AND Assessments' team as an intern and worked on writing Custom Beacon Object Files for the Cobalt Strike C2 framework. Below you can find how it all went!
Detecting the sudden appearance of events with ee-outliers and Elasticsearch
Recently, for our open-sourced ee-outliers framework, we released a new outlier model capable of detecting the sudden appearance of one or multiple field values of an Elasticsearch event. For example, this model could spot new TLDs that are suddenly being contacted (DNS/SSL) and communicating with C2 domains. It could also detect an executable that suddenly … Continue reading Detecting the sudden appearance of events with ee-outliers and Elasticsearch
The Birds Fly away!
At first, it was just a simple team-building trip with less than ten participants. However, it became a tradition and year after year, more birds joined our nest and the trip grew bigger. After sharing stories and legends of previous years, both new joiners and veterans were waiting for the D-Day of this year’s famous … Continue reading The Birds Fly away!
My Internship Experience at NVISO – by Etienne de Jambelinne
Hello, my name is Étienne de Jamblinne.I am a second year MA student in cyber-security at the ULB. I am the one on the left in Thibaut’s photo! As part of my program, I am required to do an internship that acquaints me with “real life” working experience. Security Awareness? Analysing my options, NVISO seemed … Continue reading My Internship Experience at NVISO – by Etienne de Jambelinne
One more year, on the way to… where?
A secret location.. A scavenger hunt to find it. Following the tradition, that’s how our teambuilding weekend (offsite) starts. | On D-day, at 8h30 we needed to be at the office to start our hunt, and only then we could get our first official clue: a QR code. This allowed us to download an app, which contained a scavenger hunt via which we could find … Continue reading One more year, on the way to… where?