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The 12 Days of Christmas with a Cyber Twist

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 Blue with HollyOn the first day of the season, a hacker gave to me: a malware virus in a pear tree. (!)

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

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

On the fourth day of business, 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 holly jolly day, 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 the season, 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 I confess, 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 the season, 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 this marathon, 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 business, 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 this mess, 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! 24By7Security 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 24By7Security, now I’m the HERO of my company!”

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

Meet with our experts and schedule your security risk assessment for the new year!

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Sanjay Deo
Sanjay Deo

Sanjay Deo is the President and Founder of 24by7Security Inc. Sanjay holds a Master's degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA). Sanjay is also a co-chair on the CISO council and Technology Sector Chief at FBI InfraGard South Florida Chapter. In 2022 Sanjay was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the President of the United States. Subscribe to the 24by7Security blog to learn more from Sanjay.

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