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The 12 Days of Christmas, Cybersecurity Style

In keeping with our popular holiday tradition, here are the famous 12 Days of Christmas with a cybersecurity twist! (You’ll enjoy it more if you sing along)

Partridge in a Pear Tree 2022On the first day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: a malware virus in a pear tree. (!)

On the second day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the third day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the fourth day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the fifth day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the sixth day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Six spywares spying. FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the seventh day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Seven bots a netting, six spywares spying. FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the eighth day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying. FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the ninth day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying. FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree. (Whew!)

On the tenth day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Ten ransomware strikes, nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying. FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, a hacker gave to me: Eleven rootkits rooting, ten ransomware strikes, nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying. FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses and a malware virus in a pear tree.

“THAT’S IT!” said I. “I’ve had enough! My network is under attack, my customers are nervous, and my brand is in jeopardy!!!”

So, on the twelfth day I called for the BEST SECURITY! 24-By-7 did a risk assessment, penetration testing, fast remediation … and got rid of … eleven rootkits rooting, ten ransomware strikes, nine schemers scheming, eight emails phishing, seven bots a netting, six spywares spying. FIVE SERVERS DOWN! Four calling scams, three DoS attacks, two Trojan horses, and a malware virus in a pear tree!

“Thanks to 24By7 Security, now I’m the HERO of my company!”

 

Don’t let the holidays, or hackers, get you down.

Call our A-Team and schedule your security risk assessment for the new year!

Rema Deo
Rema Deo

As CEO and Managing Director of 24By7Security, Inc., Rema is a highly experienced and credentialed information security professional. Among her certifications are PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) from PCI SSC, Health Care Information Security & Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP) from (ISC)2, Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA) from ISACA. She also holds a certificate in Cybersecurity: Technology, Application, and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Certified Data Privacy Practitioner (CDPP) from Network Intelligence. She earned her MBA from Symbiosis Institute of Business Management in Pune, India, and her Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Bombay. Be sure to follow the 24By7Security Blog for valuable insights from Rema and her colleagues.

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