IT and Security teams are aware of the need for increased collaboration to avoid working against themselves, but is this a realistic goal? As IT takes on more Security tasks, what challenges do they face?
In this spotlight article, completed in partnership with Forrester, we found that the security team is dealing...
Ransomware continues to pummel many types of organizations, recently including South Korea's E-Land retail group, French newspaper Paris-Normandie and a Georgia county school system. A ransomware hit against hosting giant Managed.com has resulted in ongoing site outages for numerous others.
The lack of automation and actionable threat intelligence may be preventing enterprises from developing the fully functional Cyber Fusion Centers they envision. Anomali's Mark Alba shares ideas on how to change that.
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The operators behind the Ryuk strain of malware are increasingly relying on a malware-as-a-service tool - the Buer loader - to deliver the malware, rather than botnets such as Trickbot and Emotet, the security firm Sophos reports.
The U.S. Justice Department unsealed indictments against six Russian military officers on Monday, alleging that they carried out a series of major hacking operations, including deploying destructive NotPetya malware - tied to more than $10 billion in damages - and attacking the 2018 Olympics.
This report details seven case studies of attacks that were
intercepted and neutralized by cyber defense AI, including
insider threat, ransomware, and IoT attacks.
While all threat scenarios were distinct, some fast-moving
and others slow and stealthy, in all cases the subtle indicators
of suspicious activity...
As organization adopt new technologies and utilize the cloud for business innovation and growth, security teams are challenged with ensuring that those initiatives and missions are successful. To do that they are faced with creating an effective security program from a fragmented patchwork of solutions and data...
It's hard to ignore the ubiquity of the internet of things (IoT). Even if you're one of those holdouts that doesn't own consumer IoT devices such as a smart speaker, internet-connected thermostat, or a smart watch, industrial IoT (IIoT) devices - a subset of the IoT landscape - are already playing a part in your daily...
Outdated threat hunting procedures hold your security program back - both in the time it takes to seek out attacker behaviors, and the level of effort involved to ascertain whether the threat still persists. In this talk, Samer Faour of Exabeam will explain how to modernize and galvanize your threat hunting program...
The 2020 Vulnerability and Threat Trends Report Mid-Year Update
shows how criminals have taken advantage of the disruption caused
by the pandemic. While organizations were vulnerable and distracted,
hackers developed new ransomware samples and advanced existing
tools to attack critical infrastructure - including...
Many organizations get stuck in the vortex of endless endpoint security operational challenges. Solving this operational chaos is a must, especially when 68% of organizations have seen an increase in the frequency of attacks against endpoints in the last 12 months.
The need to boost efficiencies is clear. To get...
As ransomware gangs attempt to boost their illicit profits, the RagnarLocker ransomware gang has brought a new tactic to bear: installing a full virtual machine on victims' systems to hide their crypto-locking malware while it forcibly encrypts files, security firm Sophos warns.