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  • The July 16 summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will set the agenda and tone for the relationship between U.S. and Russia during the Trump presidency and cybersecurity must be a major topic of conversation. Out of the many contentious issues that could be broached during the summit (such as Syria, Ukraine and NATO), cybersecurity has the potential to be an area where common ground ca...

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  • The growth of the tech industry, the BYOD trend and the proliferation of OS in the workplace make Macs more common than ever. Because of that, hackers are putting more effort into building dedicated tools and techniques to target Mac machines. For a long time (and still to this day) when people think Mac, they think "secure". Unfortunately, because of this belief, the defenders are falling beh...

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  • The CISO role encompasses much more than setting up firewalls and patching systems. While security leaders still need strong technical acumen, these skills alone won’t be enough to succeed as an executive. CISOs and CSOs (or anyone who leads a security department) need to be aligned with the business and understand how eight events at an organization can shape a CISO’s career

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  • Organizations typically consider two figures when attempting to calculate the cost of a ransomware attack: the ransom demand and the cost of recovering data. But more goes into restoring a system than those two factors, judging from the recovery efforts organizations mounted following recent ransomware attacks. Temporary staff increases, consulting services and lost business productivity and re...

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  • Penetration testing is still necessary for those organizations that must adhere to PCI standards. But, there’s clearly a difference between a friendly pen testing consultant attempting to hack into your system and a real-life cybercriminal targeting your organization. These criminals utilize pen testing tools like Metasploit to execute various stages of a malicious operation. So, how do the good ...

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  • Cybersecurity dominated the news cycle in 2017. So much so that back in December, our researchers made five bold predictions of what 2018 will have in store for the Defenders: Fileless malware attacks will be ubiquitous. Destructive attacks will only get worse. The line will blur between APT actors & cybercriminals. Supply chain attacks increase & remain underreported. 2018 will be the year of t...

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  • Information security is a now a board-level topic. The Securities and Exchange Commission made that point in February when it released guidance on how public companies should prepare to disclose breaches and other security incidents. Companies are expected to share information in quarterly and annual financial reports on how they’re managing cyber risks. In addition to details on how companies ...

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  • The General Data Protection Regulation’s breach notification mandate is likely to impact an organization’s information security program. Under GDPR, once a breach is discovered, organizations have 72 hours to provide authorities with extensive details on the incident, including what type of data was stolen, who was impacted and what remediation measures are being taken. Here are the technical a...

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  • In the past few years, alumni of the Israeli Defense Forces’ Unit 8200, which conducts intelligence, have become known for founding cybersecurity startups. Cybereason, my employer, falls into this camp: two of the company’s co-founders (and many of our employees) served in Unit 8200. But Unit 8200 is also known for launching the security and technology careers of many women, including mine. At ...

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  • The possible meeting between the U.S. and North Korean governments marks the first that leaders from both nations have officially talked. Beyond the impact on the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea, these talks could influence geo-political situations across the world as well as how countries conduct their cyber operations. In a series of blog posts, Cybereason will explore the chall...

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  • Lateral movement is a critical phase in any attack targeting more than a single computer in a network. Lateral movement usually abuses existing mechanisms that allow remote code execution, assuming the attacker has the right credentials. While these mechanisms are usually used for legitimate reasons, many environments may monitor them for illegitimate use. Executing code remotely using a vector...

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  • We are excited to launch the Cybereason Technology Partner Program, a new ecosystem of technology partners with the singular goal of integrating the company’s award winning endpoint Deep Hunting Platform with other leading Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Security Orchestration & Automation (SOAR) and Threat Intelligence platforms.

Cybereason
Cybereason
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  • The possible meeting between the U.S. and North Korean governments marks the first that leaders from both nations have officially talked. Beyond the impact on the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea, these talks could influence geo-political situations across the world as well as how countries conduct their cyber operations. In a series of blog posts, Cybereason will explore the chall...

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  • A few years ago, as Cybereason began to acquire customers and grow, many people asked me how would I know when the company was successful. I’d respond with a number since that’s how success is typically measured in business. Sometimes it was the number of customers I wanted us to have, or the number of endpoints that I wanted Cybereason to protect. Other times I gave them a sales figure.

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  • No one likes grunt work, including attackers, who have turned to botnets to automatically handle menial tasks like exploiting vulnerabilities. If exploit automation wasn’t enough of a concern for security teams, this technique has grown even more potent with attackers using botnets that can automatically exploit vulnerabilities, create backdoors, dump passwords, conduct network reconnaissance, ...

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  • The possible meeting between the U.S. and North Korean governments marks the first that leaders from both nations have officially talked. Beyond the impact on the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea, these talks could influence geo-political situations across the world as well as how countries conduct their cyber operations. In a series of blog posts, Cybereason will explore the chall...

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