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Deception Platforms Noted as “High” Benefits Rating by Leading Industry Analyst Firm

Posted by Beth Ruck on Jul 31, 2018 3:04:35 PM

What a difference a year makes.

In 2018, we find deception platforms listed with a “High” Benefits Rating in Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Threat-Facing Technologies2018.

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Digital Transformation Calls for Threat Detection Early in the Cyber Kill Chain

Posted by Beth Ruck on Jul 27, 2018 1:02:22 PM

It goes without saying that digital transformation—the reengineering of core business processes leveraging digital technology—dramatically increases cyber risk for most organizations. It usually results in greater avenues of connectivity, collection of richer data from more sources, use of cloud services, extension of trust to more people and entities, and incorporation of smart devices in one form or another.

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Mitigating ATM Threats from the Inside Out

Posted by Beth Ruck on Jul 25, 2018 3:38:23 PM

 ATMs are literally boxes of cash—too good for criminals of any stripe to pass up. When ATMs first emerged, thieves used brute-force tools like crowbars, explosives, and propane torches to remove the ATM machine itself or get at the cash inside. As recently as April, three men were charged in Salt Lake City, UT, for trying to blow up ATMs and steal the cash. 

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Stop Cyberattackers by Stopping the Spread of Credentials

Posted by Gil Shulman on Apr 10, 2018 10:56:38 AM

With cyber risk an executive- and board-level concern, it's not enough to try to prevent attackers from gaining entry to your network. Advanced, persistent attackers can still get through even the most advanced defenses. Once they're in, they have the arduous task of moving from their initial point of entry to their ultimate target. This is the time when attackers are most vulnerable—and where we, as defenders, have an opportunity to tip the balance in our favor.

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Our View on US CERT TA18-074A: A Critical, Missing Capability to Protect Critical Infrastructure from Targeted Attacks

Posted by Ofer Israeli on Mar 22, 2018 11:03:39 AM

On March 15, 2018, US CERT (U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team) issued a Technical Alert about “Russian government cyber actors” conducting a concerted cyberattack campaign against energy companies. Specifically, they gained access through small organizations connected to the target companies and then “conducted network reconnaissance, moved laterally, and collected information pertaining to Industrial Control Systems (ICS).”

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Cyberthreat Outlook 2018: What to Expect Next

Posted by Ofer Israeli on Mar 14, 2018 3:32:47 AM

As we survey the threat landscape, two things are certain—targeted attacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs) are here to stay, and organizations face increased risk from advanced attacks compared to the past two years. Several existing trends will continue, and we’re seeing attackers refine their tools in ways that will drive new trends in the coming months.

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