The BlueKeep exploit, recently spotted in a mass-hacking campaign, joins a long list of vulnerabilities used by Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) Hacking Tools. Despite months of warnings by security experts, many enterprises failed to patch their systems, enabling the current crypto mining attack. There is no doubt that patching is important for preventing successful exploits. Yet it’s not always possible to patch all vulnerabilities – some of them are so inherent in our network and systems, that they have no practical fix.
Watch this webinar to learn how attackers use simple FOSS tools to hack hybrid enterprise environments, and how Silverfort’s secure authentication and zero trust solution can stop these attacks to protect enterprises from breach.
Yaron Kassner, CTO, Co-Founder
Silverfort’s CTO and Co-Founder Yaron Kassner is a cybersecurity and big data technology expert. Before co-founding Silverfort, Yaron served as a big data expert consultant for Cisco. He also developed new capabilities involving big data analytics and machine learning algorithms at Microsoft. Prior to that Yaron served at the 8200 elite cyber unit of the Israel Defense Forces, where he led a reputable R&D team, raised to the rank of Captain, and received a prestigious excellence award. Yaron holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics, Summa Cum Laude, an M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
Silverfort delivers adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) across all sensitive corporate assets on-prem and in the cloud from a unified platform, without deploying any software agents or inline proxies.