What do the numbers 77, 102 and
20 mean? Nope, not lottery related, sorry. And no, we are not
requiring any math today, you are welcome. Let me help you
- 77 –
is the percent of successful attacks that are fileless, meaning
- 102 –
average number of days to patch a fix or upgrade
- 20 –
how long (in minutes!) for an attacker to exploit an unpatched
Now that I have your attention,
I’d like to share a learning opportunity. Polyverse was recently
privileged to be a Terabyte sponsor at the SUSECON
2020 virtual event. As
part of our sponsorship I delivered two sessions on how you can
combat and prevent zero-day cyber attacks with Polyverse
Polymorphing. Good news – these sessions are short, (your time is
valuable!) each under 20 minutes long and both contain a live demo
so you can see Polymorphing in action.
The first session I delivered is
“Securing SUSE Linux Enterprise Against Zero-Day Cyber
Attacks.” In this session you will learn:
are over 1 million unpatched vulnerable servers today. Is yours one
of them? Are you about to get smashed?
hackers mentality is “Break once, run everywhere” and what this
means for you.
to determine if your stack has in fact been smashed and what to do
you can use Polyverse Polymorphing to create unique versions of
your Linux OS that are hacker-proof.
The second session is focused on
the next logical step after protecting your OS; protecting your
workloads and applications.
This session is titled,
“How to Secure Your Containerized and Kubernetes-based
Workloads.” In this session you will learn:
to manage cyber attacks when moving to a virtual machine,
container, Kubernetes build environment.
to detect and prevent run-time attacks within your build
Polyverse Polymorphing can help prevent attacks as you move up the
stack to applications like WordPress and more.
My team and I are ready to help
you stop zero-day attacks today. Feel free to reach out if you have
any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or @rui_maximo
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