Blog Posts

  • 5 Best Practices for Securing Privileged Access and Identities for the Cloud Management Console

    5 Best Practices for Securing Privileged Access and Identities for the Cloud Management Console

    Over the next few weeks, we’ll explore best practices for securing privileged accounts and identities in common cloud scenarios. This series can help guide effective risk reduction strategies for...

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  • Don’t Stop Risk Distancing. Remote Work Is Here to Stay

    Don’t Stop Risk Distancing. Remote Work Is Here to Stay

    A Look Back: The Sprint to Remote Work Created Security Gaps The global shift to remote work happened fast: millions of employees went home last March and adjusted to new ways of working – thanks...

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  • Gartner Names CyberArk a Leader in the 2020 Magic Quadrant for PAM

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  • Securely Automate IT Tasks with Ansible and CyberArk

    Securely Automate IT Tasks with Ansible and CyberArk

    Over the past few years, IT teams have embraced automation as a powerful tool to eliminate repetitive tasks, improve efficiency and consistency, and boost productivity and collaboration. The...

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  • Simplified UX for Improved Platform Management: A Win-Win for Expanding Your PAM Program

    Simplified UX for Improved Platform Management: A Win-Win for Expanding Your PAM Program

    Rule No. 1 of Google’s “10 Things” philosophy is simple: Focus on the user and all else will follow. It’s solid advice, whether you’re in the business of online search, eCommerce, healthcare or...

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  • Why Desktop MFA is Essential to Your Endpoint Security

    Why Desktop MFA is Essential to Your Endpoint Security

    An employee’s work laptop can be a treasure trove for any malicious actor who can get access to it. Think about it. Many of the apps you use on your laptop don’t ask you for credentials,...

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  • Your Network Through the Eyes of a Hacker

    Your Network Through the Eyes of a Hacker

    I’m sure your network’s security is top-notch. You must have already taken care of micro-segmentations, strict firewall policies, and have some kind of EDR solution on the different endpoints. And...

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  • Put Privileged Access Management at the Core of NIST Zero Trust Architecture

    Put Privileged Access Management at the Core of NIST Zero Trust Architecture

    In our mobile, cloud and digital world, physical perimeters have all but disappeared. Gone are the days when users and assets resided within the physical walls of the organization and trust was...

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  • An Introduction to Hardware Hacking

    An Introduction to Hardware Hacking

    With the introduction of more and more IOT and embedded devices in the market, hackers are starting to find firmware exploitation as a more viable mechanism for gaining access into networks and...

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  • NSA and CISA Urge Action to Reduce Operational Technology Risk

    NSA and CISA Urge Action to Reduce Operational Technology Risk

    The critical infrastructure that underpins our modern way of life continues to be under attack. The 2015 hack of Ukraine’s power grid brought this sobering reality into focus, and since then,...

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  • Running Sensitive Apps in WSL: (SAFE + SAFE) < SAFE

    Running Sensitive Apps in WSL: (SAFE + SAFE) < SAFE

    This blog is intended to be a warning bell and to draw attention to a potential security risk involved in running sensitive applications in the WSL (“Windows Subsystem Linux”) Windows utility. As...

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  • Make Memcpy Safe Again: CodeQL

    Make Memcpy Safe Again: CodeQL

    Last February, I went to #OffensiveCon20 and, as you might expect, it was awesome. The talks were great, but the real gem was the CodeQL workshop that was held the second day of the event....

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  • CyberArk Extends Cloud Deployment Options, Improves Simplicity and Scalability with v11.6

    CyberArk Extends Cloud Deployment Options, Improves Simplicity and Scalability with v11.6

    “Change is the only constant in life” is a well-known adage first attributed to the Ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus of Ephesus. While the world has evolved dramatically since Heraclitus’ day,...

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  • Gartner Names CyberArk a Leader in the 2020 Magic Quadrant for PAM

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  • Using Kubelet Client to Attack the Kubernetes Cluster

    Using Kubelet Client to Attack the Kubernetes Cluster

    In this blog post, we are going to look at the Kubernetes agent, kubelet (see Figure 1), which is responsible for the creation of the containers inside the nodes and show how it can be...

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  • Time to Re-examine Remote Access After VPN Password Leak

    Time to Re-examine Remote Access After VPN Password Leak

    Just days ago, a list of plaintext usernames, passwords and IP addresses for more than 900 Pulse Secure VPN servers was published online along with SSH keys for each server, a list of all local...

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  • The Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for PAM is Here!

    The Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for PAM is Here!

    Today, we announced that CyberArk has been named a Leader in the Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for Privileged Access Management.1 CyberArk was positioned both highest in ability to execute and...

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  • Making Azure Cloud Environments Even More Secure with CyberArk

    Making Azure Cloud Environments Even More Secure with CyberArk

    A recent survey of technology executives at large firms showed that Microsoft Azure continues to be the most popular provider of public cloud services, even as Amazon leads the market overall in...

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  • Masking Malicious Memory Artifacts – Part III: Bypassing Defensive Scanners

    Masking Malicious Memory Artifacts – Part III: Bypassing Defensive Scanners

    Introduction With fileless malware becoming a ubiquitous feature of most modern Red Teams, knowledge in the domain of memory stealth and detection is becoming an increasingly valuable skill to add...

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  • Source Code Leak Lesson: Secure Development Environments

    Source Code Leak Lesson: Secure Development Environments

    Once again we are seeing how vulnerable and easily development environments can be exploited with the recent news of a massive trove of leaked code from 50+ enterprises across multiple industries,...

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  • 7 Best Practices for Securely Enabling Remote Work

    7 Best Practices for Securely Enabling Remote Work

    At Impact Live 2020 we spent a lot of time discussing strategies for maintaining a strong cybersecurity posture in the age of remote work. Today’s users need flexibility to do their jobs...

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  • DIY: Hunting Azure Shadow Admins Like Never Before

    DIY: Hunting Azure Shadow Admins Like Never Before

    TL;DR Cloud technologies are ubiquitous and most organizations rely on cloud vendors to provide them with critical services and computing workloads. This ecosystem makes organizations deeply...

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