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Moshe Elias

Moshe believes that cyber security should be available to all, from safeguarding children surfing the web to protecting large corporations from espionage and extortion. Moshe’s career has spanned the IT and security spectrum with roles in engineering, business development, sales and marketing at Cisco, Checkpoint and Allot. Moshe is currently the Product Marketing Director for Cymulate; Breach and Attack Simulation made simple.

Recent Posts

The NIST Cyber Security Framework
Moshe Elias, September 16, 2020
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A moment of candor - at first look I didn’t get the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cyber Security Framework. It just looked like a list of sensible things to do. Being in the Cyber industry for more years than I care to mention, I have seen it grow from its infancy. Well, I was fortunate to play around with Checkpoint Firewall-1 when it was released as a set of floppies and ran on Solaris. Alongside the amazing development of the cyber security industry I also witnessed.
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Integration with Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (Microsoft Defender ATP)
Moshe Elias, June 9, 2020
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With the increased uptake of automated and continuous security validation, security teams are seeking further value through integrations with security controls and other security programs. By emulating an adversary and launching simulated attacks they discover security gaps and remediate them in addition to increasing the operational efficiency of both security and IT operations.   How the Integration Works Integration with Microsoft Defender ATP is available for both Endpoint Detection and.
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Automated Pen Testing vs Breach and Attack Simulation
Moshe Elias, January 30, 2020
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Not All Security Automation is Born Equal With the growth in complexity of business environments and the dynamic nature of the threat landscape security teams are turning to automated security testing in order for their testing to be more frequent, thorough and simpler to perform. But automation is not a synonym for simplicity. When the autopilot was introduced in modern airplanes pilots weren’t exempt from getting trained on the functions the autopilot controlled. The same for pen testing..
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