Group-IB Threat Hunting Framework, a solution combining proactive protection against sophisticated threats and proactive global threat hunting was included in Europe-based independent analyst organization KuppingerCole Analysts AG’s 2020 report “Leadership Compass for Network Detection and Response”....
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...
Modern IT teams feel pressure from all directions. They must maintain compliance with data privacy regulations, track and secure sensitive data across endpoints and manage an ever-increasing number of assets, all while enabling business growth. Balancing these priorities often causes significant challenges for many...
This multinational pharmaceutical
company’s supply chain was distributed
across multiple manufacturing plants
and countries. While it had a good
understanding of the number of OT devices
on its networks, it wasn’t able to clearly
see how assets were communicating and
where vulnerabilities and risks...
Organizations are experiencing highly targeted and complex attacks that traditional security solutions miss. Exposures have increased as organizations move to the shared security models of AWS and Azure. The volume of native alerts and detections is on the rise, and organizations need to focus on the right information...
EDR, NDR, XDR – we keep rebranding defense, but it all still comes down to detection and response, says Erin Sweeney of ReliaQuest. She discusses the latest evolution and how enterprises are deploying it.
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.
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.
Endpoints pose significant security risks for today’s digital businesses. Savvy attackers can exploit endpoint vulnerabilities to steal confidential information or disrupt IT services, resulting in revenue loss.
But, you can strengthen your security posture and reduce exposure.
In the three years since Equifax suffered a massive data breach, the consumer credit reporting firm says it has worked tirelessly to overhaul the security shortcomings that allowed the breach to happen. Equifax CISO Jamil Farshchi and other security experts weigh in on important lessons learned.