The Solutions Partner designations provide a clear and easy to understand way for customers to identify Microsoft partners having the necessary skills and experience to deliver high quality security solutions based on the Redmond giant’s technologies. Our current and future customers can take comfort from the fact that the designation is based on rigorous requirements that reflect the latest advancements in cybersecurity, thus ensuring that partners who hold them are always utilizing state-of-the-art cyber practices.
To demonstrate our deep knowledge, extensive experience, and proven success in protecting our customers against threats by deploying Microsoft Threat Protection, Cloud App Security and Azure Sentinel workloads, we are applying to Threat Protection specialization. Customers are looking for reliable partners and new ways to proactively protect and monitor the security of IP and customer data to safeguard their business.
A constantly evolving threat landscape requires not only protection against threats but security incident detection and rapid recovery capabilities as well. However, managing security is a challenge for many organizations as the number and severity of threats continues to grow and there is a shortage of individuals with qualified security skills. That means many organizations will count on partners like Black Cell to secure their business-critical systems and data.
Black Cell’s cloud security solutions enable our customers secure their Microsoft ecosystem with a trusted partner. With Microsoft’s security solutions Black Cell offers a familiar suite of tools and services that are advanced, cost-effective, integrated into the Microsoft ecosystem. However not every organization has the expertise needed to leverage Microsoft security technologies for effective threat detection and response. Black Cell offers a complete managed detection and response service based on Microsoft 365 Security technologies such as Defender for Endpoint, Defender for Office 365, Defender for Cloud Apps, Defender for Cloud and the cloud native SIEM, Microsoft Sentinel.
ChatGPT Powered Malware Bypasses EDR
In research by Jeff Sims at HYAS, he creates “Blackmamba,” an “AI synthesize polymorphic keylogger” that uses python to modify its program randomly. The basic components of this polymorphic keylogger require a LLM, large language model like ChatGPT. The malicious...
Comparing vulnerability assessment with MITRE ATT&CK based gap analysis
Mar 20, 2023 | blog
The title of this blog post may not be entirely correct, as it is difficult to compare vulnerability assessment with MITRE ATT&CK based gap assessment in objective measures. However, this post aims to evangelize the joint raison d'être of vulnerability assessment...
Windows zero-day & Outlook zero-day resolved
Mar 17, 2023 | blog
The company corrects actively exploited vulnerabilities that affected Microsoft Outlook and the Windows OS in this month's batch of security updates. Microsoft plugged two zero-days, one affecting Windows systems and another in Microsoft Outlook, for March...