Company Information

    Semperis was founded on January 2013. The company is based in New York, NY, USA . The number of employees in Semperis is less than 50. Semperis develops enterprise identity protection and cyber resilience for cross-cloud and hybrid environments.

    Here is how Semperis describes itself: "Semperis provides the only 100% automated, AD-aware forest recovery and management technology – so you can always recover from any crisis within minutes."
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          Funding & investors

          Semperis has received 6 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $40M.

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                          • Timeline of a Hafnium Attack

                          • The attacks on Microsoft Exchange servers around the world by Chinese state-sponsored threat group Hafnium are believed to have affected over 21,000 organizations. The impact of these attacks is growing as the four zero-day vulnerabilities are getting picked up by new threat actors. While the world was introduced to these critical vulnerabilities on March 2nd ...The post Timeline of a Hafnium Attack appeared first on Semperis.
                          • Identity Attack Watch: April 2021

                          • Cyberattacks targeting Active Directory (AD) are on the upswing, putting pressure on AD, identity, and security teams to monitor the constantly shifting AD-focused threat landscape. To help IT pros better understand and guard against attacks involving AD, the Semperis Research Team offers this monthly roundup of recent cyberattacks that used AD to introduce or propagate malware. In this April roundup, the Semperis Research Team highlights identity-related cyberattacks, including ransomware attacks on UK-based education charity Harris Federation and ...The post Identity Attack Watch: April 2021 appeared first on Semperis.
                          • Active Directory Experts Have a Future in Security

                          • Between the growth of cloud applications and a changing threat landscape, the world of a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) professional has changed significantly over the last 20-plus years. As in any other area of IT, the drive and curiosity to level up one’s skills to keep pace with evolving technologies is one of the most ...The post Active Directory Experts Have a Future in Security appeared first on Semperis.
                          • How to Defend Against Active Directory Attacks That Leave No Trace

                          • Cybercriminals are using new tactics and techniques to gain access to Active Directory in novel ways, making their attacks even more dangerous—and more necessary to detect.  One of the most important parts of any cybersecurity strategy is detection. Having an ability to spot the bad guy entering, moving about, or worse—administering—your network is key to a swift response. ...The post How to Defend Against Active Directory Attacks That Leave No Trace appeared first on Semperis.
                          • Identity Attack Watch: March 2021

                          • Cyberattacks targeting Active Directory are on the upswing, putting pressure on AD, identity, and security teams to monitor the constantly shifting AD-focused threat landscape. To help IT pros better understand and guard against attacks involving AD, the Semperis Research Team offers this monthly roundup of recent cyberattacks that used identity system breaches to introduce or ...The post Identity Attack Watch: March 2021 appeared first on Semperis.
                          • Do You Know Your Active Directory Security Vulnerabilities?

                          • Securing Microsoft Active Directory (AD) involves dealing with a mixed bag of risks, ranging from management mistakes to unpatched vulnerabilities. We often write about the fact that cyber-attackers are targeting AD to elevate privileges and gain persistence in the organization. Investigate a typical data breach, and you’ll find that stolen credentials likely were used—sometimes for ...The post Do You Know Your Active Directory Security Vulnerabilities? appeared first on Semperis.

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