From 5 people to almost 220 people. From working from our founders’ apartment to five offices in four countries. From an unknown challenger to being a reference in multiple fields in cyber security. As a company, NVISO has come a long way since 2013 and we want to take a moment to celebrate what we have accomplished together so far.
There is a general misconception among cloud consumers that the availability of their resources in the cloud is always guaranteed. This is not true since all cloud providers, including Microsoft, offer specific SLAs for their products that almost never reach an availability target of 100%. For the consumers who have deployed critical resources and applications … Continue reading Implementing Business Continuity on Azure
Introduction Cortex XSOAR is a security oriented automation platform, and one of the areas where it stands out is customization. A recurring problem in a SOC is data visualization, analysts can be swarmed with information, and finding out what piece of data is currently both relevant and significant can become hard. One of our tasks … Continue reading Cortex XSOAR Tips & Tricks – Leveraging dynamic sections – number widgets
Introduction Over the last couple of years, we saw the amount of phishing attacks skyrocket. According to F5, a multi-cloud security and application provider, there was a 220% increase of incidents during the height of the global pandemic compared to the yearly average. It’s expected that every year there will be an additional increase of … Continue reading Lower email spoofing incidents (and make your marketing team happy) with BIMI
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
Wi-Fi devices are affected by a series of new attacks on the Wi-Fi protocol, known as FragAttacks and released in May 2021. These attacks have complex requirements and impacts. We attempt to shed some light on those and provide some guidance for users, developers and asset owners (integrators or IT staff).