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EDR for Everyone Is about Fighting Alert Fatigue

February 21, 2018 Added by:Liviu Arsene

Endpoint detection and response solutions (EDR) are predicted to become a key security technology by 2020.

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Crypto-Mining Is the Next Ransomware

January 19, 2018 Added by:Steve McGregory

Since new security threats surface every week, there is a good chance that more devices will be infected with cryptocurrency mining malware in the near future.

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The IT Security Lessons from 2017

December 22, 2017 Added by:Avishai Wool

A look at the IT security lessons that can be learned from 2017

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Understanding Endpoint Threat Diversification to Help Better Secure Infrastructures

December 14, 2017 Added by:Liviu Arsene

Threat diversification has enabled the development of new security technologies designed within layers, aimed at preventing advanced and sophisticated malware from breaching security at various attack stages.

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Four Ways to Protect Your Backups from Ransomware Attacks

November 22, 2017 Added by:Rod Mathews

Backups are a last defense and control from having to pay ransom for encrypted data, but they need protection also.

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Healthcare Orgs in the Crosshairs: Ransomware Takes Aim

November 03, 2017 Added by:Sanjay Ramnath

Ransomware and other threats are not going away anytime soon and healthcare will continue to be a target for attackers. The hope is that healthcare professionals continue to keep IT security top of mind.

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Thinking Outside the Suite: Adding Anti-Evasive Strategies to Endpoint Security

November 03, 2017 Added by:Eddy Bobritsky

Given the recent surge of virulent, global malware and ransomware, anti-evasion defenses are a smart place to start augmenting existing endpoint security by layering on innovative, focused solutions.

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Surviving Fileless Malware: What You Need to Know about Understanding Threat Diversification

October 13, 2017 Added by:Bogdan Botezatu

Fileless malware is completely different than file-based malware in terms of how the malicious code is executed and how it dodges traditional file-scanning technologies.

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Evasive Malware on the Rise: Time to Stop Stealth Attacks in their Tracks

August 11, 2017 Added by:Eddy Bobritsky

We need to develop and implement creative solutions that are broadly effective at turning “easy target” endpoints into dead ends for hackers and their tricks.

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Identifying and Patching Vulnerabilities in a Post-Microsoft Security Bulletin World

July 27, 2017 Added by:Ken Hilker

Last November Microsoft warned that the Security Bulletins on Patch Tuesday would be discontinued, and they followed through on their promise with the April 2017 edition

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WannaCry: How We Created an Ideal Environment for Malware to Thrive, and How to Fix It

July 12, 2017 Added by:Jesse McKenna

How in the world did we end up with a security paradigm where a malware infection can spread so rapidly and so broadly as WannaCry did?

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NotPetya — 'Ransomware' That Spreads like a Worm

July 12, 2017 Added by:Sean Tierney

NotPetya techniques led researchers to believe the true goals of the attack was disruption rather than monetary gain.

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Malware Prevention Key to Countering Evasive Attack Techniques

June 28, 2017 Added by:Eddy Bobritsky

We can’t stay in the malware arms race by building a tool for every trick malware creators conjure up. It’s critical that we develop broadly applicable methods that frustrate their efforts by turning those tricks into defensive weapons.

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WannaCry and Jaff: Two Different Malware Attacks with A Common Goal

June 02, 2017 Added by:Sean Tierney

On Friday, May 12, two separate ransomware attacks were unfolding, each both using different distribution capabilities and malware.

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The Cyber Car: The Intimate Tango of the 21st Century

May 25, 2017 Added by:Asaf Atzmon

The automotive industry is now at a point of no return. Cyber is here to stay and the industry is very well aware of the vulnerability of connected cars.

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Adylkuzz: WannaCry’s Older and More Devious Cousin

May 25, 2017 Added by:Kevin Magee

You might be immune to infection by WannaCry because you've already been infected by Adylkuzz.

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