Many of us spent 2023 on the road. Taylor’s Eras Tour, Beyoncé’s Renaissance, and Red Canary’s Threat Detection Series Live! all had equal cultural impact. But for every Canary you spotted hamming it up at RSA and Black Hat, dozens more had hands-on-keyboard, thwarting threats and living to tell the tales. From “hot vuln summer” to Qbot’s apparently short-lived takedown, here is the best content Red Canary produced in 2023.
Best new blogs
These were the most read, most shared, and most discussed articles we published in 2023.
Here are some of the more useful things we posted to social media this year.
Best of Twitter
As students head back to school, defenders should also get their pencils out. From mid-July continuing into early August 2023, Red Canary observed multiple email account compromise campaigns targeting educational institutions. https://t.co/cnTftlPNSWpic.twitter.com/Fw6a0wQw9F
A great question. LOLBINs are defined by their ability to subvert security controls in addition to being legitimate utilities. There isn’t a direct corollary in the cloud, but a few things come close. Short🧵incoming. https://t.co/ezxXrmHzBO
After taking our beloved Threat Detection Series on the road, we adapted all of the in-person talks into on-demand webinars hosted throughout the year. Here are the most popular educational videos of 2023:
What better way to cope with a never ending stream of bleak headlines than to pretend to be someone else? With help from our friends at Black Hills Information Security, Red Canary released a custom expansion pack for the Backdoors and Breaches role-playing game. Watch our playthrough below and spin up your own game using the online version.
Much more in 2024
May your days be merry and incident-free. We’ll be ringing in the new year listening to Threat sounds vol. 3 (now taking requests for next year’s playlist!). We look forward to supporting the security community throughout 2024 and beyond.
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