Episode Description

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In the latest episode of GreyNoise Labs Storm⚡️Watch, we delve into a variety of cybersecurity topics that are crucial for professionals to stay abreast of. We kick off with a discussion on the World Economic Forum's Cybersecurity Outlook for 2024, providing insights into the anticipated challenges and strategies for the coming year. This is followed by an analysis of the Allianz Global Risk Barometer Redux 2024, which highlights the evolving landscape of cyber threats and their implications for global risk management.

The episode also introduces LogBoost, a tool designed to enhance log analysis, which is essential for identifying and mitigating security incidents. We then shift our focus to a recent vulnerability in VMware's VCenter, as reported by Censys, and discuss its potential impact on virtual infrastructure security.

GreyNoise's own research is featured prominently, with a deep dive into the F5 Big IP Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerabilities. We also revisit the last GreyNoise Tag Webinar, which offers a comprehensive understanding of GreyNoise tags and their application in cybersecurity. Additionally, we review the 2023 GreyNoise Retrospective Internet Exploitation Report, which provides a retrospective look at the past year's internet exploitation trends.

To keep our listeners informed on the latest cyber threats, we cover the most recent tags and active campaigns as observed by GreyNoise, offering a real-time perspective on the threat landscape. Lastly, we round up the episode with a discussion on the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog from CISA, which is an essential resource for cybersecurity professionals to prioritize their defensive efforts.

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