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  • A live simulation like you've never seen before. Get the full view of a real-life cyber attack, including cutting-edge malware and methodologies that the attackers are using today. See the malicious operation from all viewpoints — including the attacker, the victim, and the analyst — to learn about the attackers' latest strategies, and how you can gain the upper hand over them. www.deephuntingtou...

Cybereason
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  • An attempted cyberattack tried to disrupt the Winter Olympics before the Games had officially started. Details about the intrusion and attempted attack during the opening ceremonies are still sparse but the malware used in the incident, first written about by the Talos Security team, gives some clues about what the South Koreans are dealing with.The malware, dubbed Olympic Destroyer by Talos, w...

Cybereason
Cybereason
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  • Malware developers regularly introduce deception tactics to avoid being caught by security programs. Some of these techniques easily bypass standard antimalware protection. In fact, in customer environments Cybereason has observed thousands of malicious file executions masquerading as a popular programs such as Adobe PDF Reader, MS Word and Chrome. Using familiar icons is meant to deceive users...

Cybereason
Cybereason
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  • A live simulation like you've never seen before. Get the full view of a real-life cyber attack, including cutting-edge malware and methodologies that the attackers are using today. See the malicious operation from all viewpoints — including the attacker, the victim, and the analyst — to learn about the attackers' latest strategies, and how you can gain the upper hand over them.

Cybereason
Cybereason
YouTube Video
  • A live simulation like you've never seen before. Get the full view of a real-life cyber attack, including cutting-edge malware and methodologies that the attackers are using today. See the malicious operation from all viewpoints — including the attacker, the victim, and the analyst — to learn about the attackers' latest strategies, and how you can gain the upper hand over them.

Cybereason
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  • Various high-profile attacks have shown how a simple, vulnerable public Web server can seriously damage an organization’s reputation by harming the application’s users and, in some cases, can initiate an attack on the organization’s internal network. Traditional security tools remain ineffective in this detecting this threat. EDR solutions, though, provide a new approach to solving this detecti...

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  • Iran is not likely to launch disruptive, destructive cyberattacks against the U.S. in the immediate future. While political tension between Washington and Tehran has escalated over the past few weeks, no ”red line” was actually crossed. In fact, launching an attack now would be against Iran’s interests since it would only support the Trump administration’s narrative that the rogue regime has to...

Cybereason
Cybereason
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  • The cost, scale, participation and international audience all make the Olympic Games a prime target for a myriad of nefarious actors. In fact, McAfee has already discovered a spear phishing campaign in advance of the 2018 Winter Games, which take place from Feb. 9 to Feb. 25.Over the last decade, the number and severity of cybersecurity events pertaining to the Olympic Games has steadily increa...

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Cybereason
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  • WHAT IS AN ADVANCED PERSISTENT THREAT (APT)? An advanced persistent threat is a stealthy cyberattack in which a person or group gains unauthorized access to a network and remains undetected for an extended period. The term APT was traditionally associated with nation-state sponsorship, but over the last few years we’ve seen multiple instances of non-nation state groups conducting large-scale t...

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  • From how Spectre and Meltdown differ to how patching will impact machine performance to what's behind the news that applying patches will blue screen computers, in this blog Cybereason CTO Yonatan Striem-Amit answers questions that attendees asked during a webinar on the security threats posed by these hardware flaws. To learn how to mitigate these issues, check out a blog Striem-Amit wrote and...

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  • The Meltdown and Spectre hardware bugs impact almost every CPU built in the past 10 years (and possibly longer) and allow a low-permission application, potentially even JavaScript code, to read kernel memory. Exploitation is carried out by abusing hardware level optimization in modern CPUs. At the time of publication, this technique has been demonstrated mostly on Intel processors, but there ar...

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Cybereason
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  • Goodbye, 2017...and hello 2018! This year was a landmark year for cybersecurity. 2017 brought with it calamity like the biggest security breach ever affecting almost half of all Americans, but it also gave our researchers inspiration (and time) to publish some amazing work. 

Cybereason
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  • Cybereason has been named to the 2018 AI 100, which ranks the 100 most promising artificial intelligence companies in the world. Further adding to this honor, we’re only one of six cybersecurity companies that made the list. Cybersecurity is one of the toughest application domains in IT for artificial intelligence because in security we have an active, human intelligence that is still th...

Cybereason
Cybereason
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  • U.S. Homeland Security Advisor Thomas P. Bossert on Monday asked the entire world to trust the U.S. government’s assertion that North Korea was behind May’s WannaCry attack while offering absolutely no evidence to support this attribution. Instead, Bossert, in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, implies that the U.S. government’s attribution was based on information used by the U.K. government...

Cybereason
Cybereason
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  • What is fileless malware? Unlike attacks carried out using traditional malware, fileless malware attacks don’t entail attackers installing software on a victim’s machine. Instead, tools that are built-in to Windows are hijacked by adversaries and used to carry out attacks. Essentially, Windows is turned against itself.

Cybereason
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  • This was a blast to create. This amazing little BB8 droid turned out to be a perfect candidate for our experiment. What started as a Christmas project turned into a combined Star Wars, Christmas, hacking toy project, and we're very proud of the results. Resources- Thank you to Sphero for their ongoing support. The chip we used was an ESP8226. We'd like to give credit to Semdenty89 for the fa...

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