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Published By: Vectra Networks     Published Date: Aug 03, 2015
Learn how Vectra empowers IT and security analysts with insights to stop attacks, even while they’re happening.
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network security management, it security, intrusion prevention, security analysis, cyberattacks, cybercriminals, adaptive protection, intrusion prevention systems, ips, web security proxies, ids, advanced persistent threat, apt
    
Vectra Networks
Published By: Vectra Networks     Published Date: Aug 03, 2015
Recent research from Kaspersky has revealed a massive criminal campaign that was able to infiltrate more than 100 different banks and steal upwards of $1 billion from the affected institutions. Kaspersky dubbed this operation the Carbanak APT due to a connection between the malware used in the attacks and the now infamous Carberp banking botnet. You may recall the headlines in 2013 that revealed the Carberp source code had been leaked into the wild, making it accessible to virtually any would-be criminal group that may want it. The accessibility of Carberp source code could easily have provided a starting point for the Carbanak as they built their malware.
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threat, data, security, it management, malware, banking, cyber theft, remote access tool, remote access trojan, carberp, carbanak
    
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Published By: Vectra Networks     Published Date: Aug 03, 2015
Organizations invest heavily to block advanced attacks, on both endpoints and networks. Despite all this investment, devices continue to be compromised in increasing numbers and high-profile breaches continue unabated. Something doesn’t add up. It comes down to psychology: security practitioners want to believe the latest shiny widget for preventing compromise will finally work and stop the pain.
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data, security, threats, protection, advanced threat, ips, ids, firewall, antivirus
    
Vectra Networks
Published By: Vectra Networks     Published Date: Aug 03, 2015
Learn how Vectra protects Tri-State’s corporate and subscriber data and prevents cyberattacks to the power grid.
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utilities provider, cyberattack detection, vulnerability management, security management, it security, security solution, network breaches, false threats, real-time insights, critical infrastructure, ids, ips
    
Vectra Networks
Published By: Akamai Technologies     Published Date: Aug 22, 2018
Independent technology research firm Forrester evaluated web application firewall (WAF) vendors and published the results in The Forrester Wave™: Web Application Firewalls, Q2 2018. Akamai Technologies emerged as one of the leaders after a comprehensive evaluation on 33 criteria. The report states that security pros require a WAF that will automatically protect web applications, stay ahead of zero-day attacks and protect new application formats including APIs and serverless architectures. The report also reveals detailed findings for the 10 most significant WAF vendors. Akamai’s Kona Site Defender was the top scorer in the zero-day attacks criterion and one of the select vendors rated a Leader, the highest-ranking level in the report.
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forrester, wave, web, application, firewalls, akamai
    
Akamai Technologies
Published By: GE Power     Published Date: Oct 05, 2016
Cyber attacks against utilities and power producers are on the rise. Prudent leaders are taking action now to lock down their control systems and operations assets before a potentially catastrophic event occurs. Download the eBook “5 Security Imperatives for Power Executives” to learn how to prepare and react to threats to your business and the public you serve.
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energy cyber security, power plant cyber security, digital security for power plants, dcs security, ics security, power plant cyber risk
    
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Published By: Secureworks     Published Date: Oct 04, 2017
The SecureWorks® Counter Threat Unit™ (CTU) research team analyzes security threats and helps organizations protect their systems. During May and June 2017, CTU™ researchers identified lessons learned and observed notable developments in threat behaviors, the global threat landscape, and security trends: • The global WCry and NotPetya campaigns reinforced the need for a layered approach to security. • Attacks used obfuscated malicious files and scripts to bypass filtering and deliver malware. • A Chinese threat group has had repeated success using compromised websites to attack targeted organizations. • Threat actors have been stealing intellectual property from Japanese enterprises.
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Secureworks
Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Mar 29, 2017
Read the eBook to learn the difference between securing mobility and mobile security, why Enterprise Mobility Management/ Mobile Device Management (EMM/ MDM) solutions alone are not security, and the kinds of attacks your mobile fleet might be facing.
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enterprise, mobile security, basics, ebook, lookout, emm, mdm
    
Lookout
Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Mar 29, 2017
When it comes to enterprise mobility, both iOS and Android suffer from major security vulnerabilities and are at risk of malicious threats and malware attacks. Read the Lookout’s review of today’s most prevalent issues, including OS, app, and jailbreak threats.
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risks, mobile technology, enterprise, ios, android, lookout
    
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Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
In this eBook, you’ll learn about the difference between securing mobility and mobile security, why EMM/MDM solutions alone aren’t security, and the kinds of attacks your mobile fleet might be facing.
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mobile security, device security, device attacks, enterprise mobile security
    
Lookout
Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
Mobility is exploding. Workers and businesses fully expect to work anywhere, any time, from any device. Riding right alongside this growth is the amount of data created and consumed on mobile devices. While this presents organizations with an attractive means of empowering flexibility and productivity, the security risks are real and daunting. Unfortunately, while enterprise mobility management tools can provide valuable administrative capabilities and protect the organization from phone loss, accidental data loss or weak passwords, they lack the necessary visibility into today’s modern security risks, including malware and other device-centric attacks
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mobile security, enterprise mobility, mobile security risks, mobile management tools, data protection
    
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Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
Most people define mobile devices – smartphones and tablets – as those running a mobile-optimized operating system (e.g. iOS, Android, Windows Phone). There’s a trend emerging, however, in which traditional mobile devices are gaining functionality typically associated with PCs. At the same time, PCs are being architected more like mobile devices — an interbreeding of species, if you will. The iPad Pro, for example, has a keyboard. With Windows 10, phones and tablets can run “Universal” apps that also run on PCs. Windows 10 also has application-layer sandboxing, code-signing, and an app store with apps pre-vetted by Microsoft. In certain configurations (i.e. enterprise-managed devices), a laptop running Windows 10 has a security architecture that looks strikingly similar to a smartphone or tablet.
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cybersecurity, enterprise networks, enterprise security architecture, risk reduction, ios attacks
    
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Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
This report examines enterprise security threats for iOS and Android. While Android has higher consumer market share, iOS commands more market share in the enterprise, accounting for 72% of enterprise mobile activations in Q1 2015 compared to Android’s 26% activation share1 . The perception that iOS is more secure has helped drive its enterprise adoption, but this perception comes largely from security trends observed in the consumer space. Android, with a more open mobile platform and 81% global market share2 , predictably invites more broad-based attacks than iOS. When it comes to iOS and Android in the enterprise, however, both need threat protection because at a fundamental level both platforms are subject to similar vulnerabilities and attack methods. iOS attacks may be relatively uncommon today, but they have happened and can occur. Moreover, enterprises increasingly rely on iOS app-distribution methods that forgo Apple’s app-review and they face the risk that attackers will cont
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enterprise security, enterprise mobile security, ios attacks, mobile threat protection, android attacks
    
Lookout
Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Dec 13, 2018
The world has changed. Yesterday everyone had a managed PC for work and all enterprise data was behind a firewall. Today, mobile devices are the control panel for our personal and professional lives. This change has contributed to the single largest technology-driven lifestyle change of the last 10 years. As productivity tools, mobile devices now access significantly more data than in years past. This has made mobile the new frontier for a wide spectrum of risk that includes cyber attacks, a range of malware families, non-compliant apps that leak data, and vulnerabilities in device operating systems or apps. A secure digital business ecosystem demands technologies that enable organizations to continuously monitor for threats and provide enterprise-wide visibility into threat intelligence. Watch the webinar to learn more about: What makes up the full spectrum of mobile risks Lookout's Mobile Risk Matrix covering the key components of risk How to evolve beyond mobile device management
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Lookout
Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Mar 28, 2018
Mobile devices have rapidly become ground zero for a wide spectrum of risk that includes malicious targeted attacks on devices and network connections, a range of malware families, non-compliant apps that leak data, and vulnerabilities in device operating systems or apps. Read the four mobile security insights CISOs must know to prepare for a strategic conversation with the CEO and board about reducing mobile risks and the business value associated with fast remediation of mobile security incidents.
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Lookout
Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Dec 11, 2018
There are three key statements enterprises must hear in order to move forward in protecting corporate resources from leakage and attack: The perimeter has disappeared. Legacy security technologies do not work. Devices cannot be trusted. A new security architecture is needed to protect data as employees and devices connect to corporate resources in the cloud, all over the world. That architecture is post-perimeter security. Read this whitepaper to: Learn why perimeter security is not longer viable Understand the new, necessary security architecture: post-perimeter security Learn how phishing attacks are thwarting traditional firewalls Find out how Lookout enables enterprises to embrace post-perimeter security in their own environments
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Jan 04, 2018
Malware that encrypts a victim’s data until the extortionist’s demands are met is one of the most common forms of cybercrime. And the prevalence of ransomware attacks continues to increase. Cybercriminals are now using more than 50 different forms of ransomware to target and extort money from unsuspecting individuals and businesses. Ransomware attacks are pervasive. More than 4,000 ransomware attacks happen every day, and the volume of attacks is increasing at a rate of 300 percent annually. According to an IDT911 study, 84 percent of small and midsize businesses will not meet or report ransomware demands. No one is safe from ransomware, as it attacks enterprises and SMBs, government agencies, and individuals indiscriminately. While ransomware demands more than doubled in 2016 to $679 from $294 in 2015, the cost of remediating the damage and lost productivity is many multiples higher.
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Carbonite
Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Malware that encrypts a victim’s data until the extortionist’s demands are met is one of the most common forms of cybercrime. And the prevalence of ransomware attacks continues to increase. Cybercriminals are now using more than 50 different forms of ransomware to target and extort money from unsuspecting individuals and businesses
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Carbonite
Published By: Carbon Black     Published Date: Apr 10, 2018
With breaches today often going undetected for months or years, many organizations must now accept the very real possibility that intruders have already compromised their systems, regardless of the organization’s security posture. Today, compromises are measured in minutes and the speed of response is measured in days. Enterprises the world over are realizing that to close the gap, they need to evolve their security operations from being a largely reactive unit (waiting for alerts that indicate a threat) to being proactively on the hunt for new attacks that have evaded detection. When an incident does occur, the speed of your response will dictate the extent to which you can minimize the impact. In the case of a malicious attack, it takes on average over 7 months to identify a breach, and nearly two and a half additional months to contain the incident. Every second counts, and while the clock is ticking, the cost of the breach is rapidly increasing as well. Breaches that take over 3
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Carbon Black
Published By: Carbon Black     Published Date: Apr 11, 2018
Adversaries, and cybercriminal organizations in particular, are building tools and using techniques that are becoming so difficult to detect that organizations are having a hard time knowing that intrusions are taking place. Passive techniques of watching for signs of intrusion are less and less effective. Environments are complicated, and no technology can find 100 percent of malicious activity, so humans have to “go on the hunt.” Threat hunting is the proactive technique that’s focused on the pursuit of attacks and the evidence that attackers leave behind when they’re conducting reconnaissance, attacking with malware, or exfiltrating sensitive data. Instead of just hoping that technology flags and alerts you to the suspected activity, you apply human analytical capacity and understanding about environment context to more quickly determine when unauthorized activity occurs. This process allows attacks to be discovered earlier with the goal of stopping them before intruders are able t
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Carbon Black
Published By: Carbon Black     Published Date: Aug 14, 2018
Threat hunting is the proactive technique that’s focused on the pursuit of attacks and the evidence that attackers leave behind when they’re conducting reconnaissance, attacking with malware, or exfiltrating sensitive data. Instead of just hoping that technology flags and alerts you to the suspected activity, you apply human analytical capacity and understanding about environment context to more quickly determine when unauthorized activity occurs. This process allows attacks to be discovered earlier with the goal of stopping them before intruders are able to carry out their attack objectives.
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Carbon Black
Published By: Carbon Black     Published Date: Nov 26, 2018
Companies are facing massive cyber security challenges – many of which are rooted in the endpoint. In fact, according to IDC, 70% of successful breaches begin at the endpoint. If you are a McAfee customer, and still have breaches in your endpoint security, then something isn’t working. Perhaps you’re struggling to prevent advanced attacks, or your security team may be burdened by maintaining overly complex policies. You and your end users may even be facing performance issues. If you are experiencing any of these challenges, then your endpoint security products may actually be creating more problems than they solve. Ask yourself these questions for a cybersecurity reality check.
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Carbon Black
Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Oct 02, 2018
As customers demand and expect more of a digitized experience, the scale and volume of secure data that’s being transmitted across the network is increasing exponentially. At the same time, across the APAC region high digital connectivity, contrasted with low cybersecurity awareness, growing cross-border data transfers and weak regulations have made this data a global target. The growth in the “as-a-service” nature of the cybercrime marketplace is also fueling an increase in the number of traditional crime groups and individuals drawn into cyber offending. New sources of vulnerability from mobile, BYOD, CYOD, web-services and IoT devices are further broadening the cyber threat landscape with ever-more sophisticated forms of malware and DDoS attacks. Download the IDC Report to get some tips on how to stay protected against cybercrime.
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Juniper Networks
Published By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Sep 14, 2018
When most people think of denial of service (DoS) attacks, they think of the large pipe-saturating distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks aimed at the network layer. However, attacks on website or application availability are not just volumetric in nature. Many attacks are designed to cause resource exhaustion somewhere in the application stack, the application servers, middleware, or back-end database.
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