Zero Trust, Firmware in the Supply Chain, and the Demand for Device Integrity
What does the Executive Order on Cybersecurity mean for security teams tasked with protecting endpoints, servers, and network devices? Download this report from Eclypsium to learn new Zero Trust requirements, their implications for device...
Small and mid-sized organizations suffer from similar security risks as their larger peers. According to the Verizon 2020 Data Breach Investigation Report, external attackers account for 70% of cyber attacks, primarily relying on phishing, previously stolen credentials, and password dumps to penetrate systems and...
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are an important part of the IT environment, providing the knowledge and the trusted partnerships
that enable organizations of all sizes to embrace innovations made available by our era of digital transformation.
While there has never been a more exciting time to be an MSP, there...
MSPs are continuously challenged to protect their customers against the rugged terrain of today’s threat
landscape. With the constant need to eliminate more infections, block new threats, and maintain a high
level of customer productivity and confidence, more and more MSPs are turning to the Malwarebytes
The story of 2020 is of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, and of how the world adapted. The story of malware in 2020 then is a story
of how the tools and tactics of cybercrime and cybersecurity changed against a backdrop of enormous changes to ordinary life.
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It used to be enough to protect the network perimeter, but in recent years, an expanding perimeter has opened the door to threat actors preying on a larger attack surface.
Understanding the evolution of endpoint security and the solutions available to your organization is key to protecting your business in...
The 5 Critical Steps to Endpoint Security enable a
comprehensive, preventative approach to protecting all
of the endpoints in your organization, whether officebased
or remote. Enabling least privilege and allowing
pragmatic application control are often overlooked but are
crucial to achieving complete endpoint...
With ransomware continuing to fuel a massive surge in illicit profits, some experts have been calling on governments to launch offensive hacking teams to target cybercrime cartels. They're also calling for a review of cyber insurance payouts being used to fund ransoms.
Threat hunting and incident response are critical roles of security operations center (SOC) analysts. With the ever-rising sophistication of new and emerging attacks, analysts need an edge to stay ahead of adversaries.
This paper describes the MITRE ATT&CK framework including:
What the model offers to SOC...
Attacks have become increasingly sophisticated, and often are invisible and undetectable by legacy security solutions. You read about these successful data breaches almost on a daily basis. Security analysts do what they can with legacy tools, but these tend to swamp analysts with alerts that are difficult to...
The new year has kicked off with a flurry of data security company acquisition activity; five deals have already been announced. Companies making acquisitions are striving to improve their secure access service edge - or SASE - posture, enter new markets or bolster their technology portfolios.
After the occupation of the U.S. Capitol by pro-Trump rioters Wednesday, an emergency response plan to ensure federal computers were locked down apparently was not activated, some experts say. As a result, federal security teams are likely scrambling to detect and repair any damage done.
An investigation at the U.S. Treasury Department has found that it suffered a "significant" breach as a result of the SolarWinds Orion supply chain attack, a top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee reports. Meanwhile President-elect Joe Biden said of the attack: "I promise you, there will be a response."
An ongoing spear-phishing campaign is spoofing the official Microsoft.com domain name and targeting users of the company's Office 365 suite, according to security firm Ironscales. Fraudsters are likely using these attacks to harvest credentials.
Are insurers getting cold feet over covering losses to ransomware? With claims due to ransomware skyrocketing, some insurers have reportedly been revising offerings to make it tougher for companies to claim for some types of cybercrime, including extortion.