If you are using Google Chrome, update it now!

Researchers found two vulnerabilities in Google Chrome that could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code (e.g., run malware) on an affected machine. Google has confirmed that at least one of the vulnerabilities is already being exploited in the wild. "Google says it is aware that one of the flaws has an exploit in the wild. This bug received the tracking number CVE-2019-13720 and is in the audio component of the web browser." - Bleeping Computer Google has released an update to address these vulnerabilities that should be installed as soon as possible. Critical Path Security recommends issuing the following in a Chrome tab, "chrome://settings/help".  If the browser isn't up-to-date, a prompt will be provided to update and relaunch the browser.  Follow that prompt.

1 Comment

Critical Path Security is excited to announce that our CTO, Patrick Kelley, will be speaking at Milner’s Tech Fest in Raleigh, NC!

Featured Solutions & Services include: Physical Security Systems – Learn how solutions such as Access Controls & Video Surveillance can simplify your operations and enhance situational awareness. Managed IT & Security – Is your business' network secure and operating at optimal efficiency? Copiers & MFPs – Discover ways to increase efficiency and lower document output costs. Business Phone Systems – See how Unified Communications is changing the way we communicate. Document Management – Capture paper documents smarter and faster – put your information to work. Special Guest Speaker Patrick Kelley, CISSP, C|EH, ITIL We are excited to announce Patrick Kelley as the day’s Keynote Speaker. With more than 20 years of experience in the Information Management and Security field, Patrick has spoken on panels with members from the FBI, CIA, NSA, and is a reoccurring guest on 11 Alive and NBC News. His presentation, Cyberzoology: Protecting Your Organization From New Breeds Of…

0 Comments

MDR: Managed Detection and Response – What you should know!

Legacy Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is typically the solution for enterprises who need visibility into cyber threats across distributed IT infrastructure, essential to meeting regulatory compliance. However, SIEM solutions are cost-intensive, complex to properly configure, and cumbersome to maintain. That’s why many companies are now migrating managed security service providers (MSSPs), such as Critical Path Security, who offer rapid deployment and through affordable subscription models. Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is a Critical Path Security managed security service that detects intrusions, malware, and malicious activity in your network and assists in responding quickly to eliminate and mitigate those threats. Critical Path Security MDR services have a very light footprint on your network and use a combination of cybersecurity experts and advanced technology to eliminate false positives, identify real security threats, and develop actionable responses in real-time. While the average time across industries to detect a compromise is over…

Comments Off on MDR: Managed Detection and Response – What you should know!

Critical Path Security is excited to announce that our CTO, Patrick Kelley, will be speaking in New York!

We are excited to announce Patrick Kelley as the day’s Cybersecurity Speaker. With more than 20 years of experience in the Information Management and Security field, Patrick has spoken on panels with members from the FBI, CIA, NSA, and is a reoccurring guest on 11 Alive and NBC News. His presentation, Cyberzoology: Protecting Your Organization From New Breeds Of Attacks will explore the tactics and motivations of hackers and how to protect your organization from some of the world’s savviest cyber criminals. We encourage you to join us with your questions.

0 Comments
Close Menu