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Semperis Purple Knight: A Free Tool to Help you Find Your Most Dangerous Vulnerabilities

May 18, 2022

Semperis Purple Knight: A Free Tool to Help you Find Your Most Dangerous Vulnerabilities

May 18, 2022: What do hackers want from healthcare? Join us for a special episode. Reverse Engineering, a Hackers Approach. Guido Grillenmeier, Chief Technologist at Semperis and Matt Sickles, Solutions Architect at Sirius Healthcare walk us through Semperis Purple Knight. A free tool to help you find your most dangerous vulnerabilities. AD is typically a weak point for HC organizations. 90% of attacks exploit AD. It is very difficult to gain an understanding of where your AD is at risk. Purple Knight maps those indicators to the MITRE ATT&CK Framework and provides guidance on how to fix the issues. As hackers, what defenses do we have to be concerned about? What will cause us to choose a different target? If we are detected will that just move our timeline up or will we move on? How long do we need access to the compromised AD to know if we can get to our target hack? How much time do we need in the target system? And flipping back to the other side, what can a CIO do today to ensure their health system is ready for an attack on their Active Directory? 

Key Points:

  • AD is typically a weak point for HC organizations, 90% of attacks exploit AD
  • It is very difficult to gain an understanding of where your AD is at risk
  • You cannot secure older operating systems the same way as newer ones
  • What is the state of active directory right now?
  • Semperis Purple Knight

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