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06/09/2022

Malware reverse engineering in a SOC

Szabó Gábor
Before we dive deep into malware reverse engineering (MRE), it’s worth talking a little about the steps that precede it. There are a multitude of technologies that were designed to help detect malicious codes, such as antivirus tools, EDR systems, and various kinds of sandboxes. These all utilize static and dynamic analysis techniques to reveal […]
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11/08/2022

It’s not just tech – How criminal hacker organizations really work

Lesku Gergely
When it comes to IT security, cybercrime prevention, or any other defensive measures organizations apply to protect themselves from hacker attacks, people usually think of firewalls, SIEM, SOAR, and XDR platforms, or even full-blown, high-tech security operation centers meticulously utilizing a combination of these pieces of technology. What’s interesting, however, is that hardly anyone thinks […]
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18/05/2022

SOC Summit 2022

Polyák Beatrix
This year we held the SOC Summit in person in Munich on April 28 and 29, but the participants could join our conference live in Budapest or online. These two days were special for us not only because we had an event abroad for the first time, but also we received the Authorized European MSSP […]
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10/02/2022

SOCWISE to host SOC Summit ‘22

Bernadett Bak
Organized for the first time in 2019, Security Operations Center Summit Budapest quickly gained popularity in the cybersecurity community for being an outstanding platform for knowledge-sharing and collaboration. With more than 150 international participants joining the first event (even though it wasn’t even meant to be international), it instantly became one of the most important […]
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08/12/2021

SOCWISE has been certified to ISO/IEC 27001:2013

Gálffy Emese
„We proudly announce that SOCWISE has been certified to ISO/IEC 27001:2013 international standard (ISMS). The preparation project ended with a successful audit, which resulted in the highlighting of several strengths. Such certification is a major milestone in the life of any organization, but in the cybersecurity industry, especially for a SOC, it is a basic […]
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08/12/2021

BREAKING DOWN XDR: WHAT DOES IT REALLY MEAN TODAY?

Gálffy Emese
Three-letter acronyms (or TLAs) have long ruled the IT sector, and the area of cybersecurity is no exception. As convenient as it is to shorten terms that would otherwise take much longer to say, there is undoubtedly another upside to resorting to TLAs when referring to solutions areas: a strong marketing aspect. In this article, […]
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16/11/2021

Artificial intelligence in cybersecurity

Bernadett Bak
In 2021, it doesn’t take much scrolling on the Internet to bump into the words ‘artificial intelligence’, and the probability of coming across this term significantly increases if you’re a seasoned professional in any IT-related field. As is the case in several other industries, AI has become a hot topic in the area of cybersecurity […]
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02/11/2021

This is what happened at Cyber Security Summit

Bernadett Bak
Gergely Lesku our WISE-ness developer at SOCWISE showed new tools, methods and forecasted trends regarding the dramatic changes in security work ahead of us at Cyber Security Summit. HOME ALONE 2021 We invested years and a ton of money to build up well guarded, physically and logically secure SOC facilities. We had to re-organize the […]
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01/09/2021

Focus on the threats that matter most

Gálffy Emese
In an era of ever-expanding attack surfaces, protecting against threat actors—from commodity malware, insider threats and crimeware to state-sponsored exploits, hacktivists and terrorists—has become an increasingly complex and time-consuming activity. Not all threats are created equal, and not all deserve your attention. Yet disconnected silos of prevention, monitoring and investigation technologies fail to weed out […]
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