Herjavec Group’s Threat Summary Analysis – Q3 2019

November 4, 2019

Herjavec Group’s Threat Management Team leverages this Quarterly Threat Summary to provide an overview of the most common threats and vulnerabilities seen in customer environments in recent months.

In our Q2 2019 Threat Summary, our team addressed the uptick of business email compromise, credential stuffing, and web application attacks on enterprises. 

For the Q3 2019 Threat Summary, we review Emotet, a malware delivery botnet, Remote Desktop Service Vulnerabilities, and Web Compromise via Drupal. Our HG Red Team Analysts have also contributed to this quarter’s summary with a special “News From the Frontline” section where they provide insight into how to protect your account credentials. 

You can download the threat summary in full below. 

For more information on Herjavec Group's Threat Management practice and our comprehensive cybersecurity services, request a 15-minute service briefing.

Herjavec Group regularly publishes Threat Advisories with the most up-to-date information on industry threats and vulnerabilities. A subset of Herjavec Group’s recent Threat Advisories can be viewed here.

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About Herjavec Group

Dynamic entrepreneur Robert Herjavec founded Herjavec Group in 2003 to provide cybersecurity products and services to enterprise organizations. We have been recognized as one of the world’s most innovative cybersecurity operations leaders, and excel in complex, multi-technology environments. Our service expertise includes Advisory Services, Technology Architecture & Implementation, Identity Services, Managed Security Services, Threat Management and Incident Response. Herjavec Group has offices and Security Operations Centers across the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.

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