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10 July 2024

Sygnia Recognized for the Third Consecutive Year in The Gartner 2024 Market Guide for Digital Forensics and Incident Response Retainer Services

In June, Sygnia, was named a Representative Vendor in the 2024 Gartner® Market Guide for Digital Forensics and Incident Response Retainer Services (DFIR).

3 June 2024

China-Nexus Threat Group ‘Velvet Ant’ Abuses F5 Load Balancers for Persistence

Discover the detailed forensic investigation by Sygnia into the sophisticated cyber attack by Velvet Ant on a major organization.

20 May 2024

Navigating the Digital Minefield

Part 1: A Thrilling Guide to Mastering Cyber Crisis Management.
Explore real-world cyber crises reimagined as high-stakes dramas, from WannaCry to Target’s breach.

15 May 2024

ESXi Ransomware Attacks: Evolution, Impact, and Defense Strategy

Understand how ransomware attacks unfold in virtualized environments, and how to defend against these attacks across each phase of the cyber-attack kill chain.

6 May 2024

Chapter 3 – Reversing DoSvc C++ using Ghidra – Part 1

In this chapter, we’ll finally get started on my favorite part: the reversing phase. Reversing is like looking for a needle in a haystack, so prepare yourselves, because things are about to get technical.

21 April 2024

Securing Tomorrow: Lessons Learned and Future Challenges from ISTARI’S CHARTER 2024

Recently Sygnia’s CEO Ram Elboim participated as a panelist at the CHARTER event hosted by ISTARI in Singapore. The panel focused on cyber trends and future organizational threats. Learn more about Ram’s insights discussed in the event.

16 April 2024

Chapter 2 – Black Box Research

The intricacies of WUDO (Windows Update Delivery Optimization).

1 April 2024

Chapter 1 – Introduction

The intricacies of WUDO (Windows Update Delivery Optimization).

5 March 2024

The Anatomy of a BlackCat (ALPHV) Attack

Explore the thwarted cyber extortion attempt by the BlackCat ransomware group, unraveled by Sygnia’s Incident Response team in 2023.