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Why antivirus software is becoming the rootkit you pay for

Post by: Ross Rustici

Cybersecurity products have been proven time and again to be a highly effective means to compromise a network. The very nature of the products makes them excellent RATs, usually with the highest...

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Cybereason CISO Interview Series: Show the risks and how you’re addressing them

Post by: Fred O'Connor

Security leaders shouldn’t shy away from using public information on enterprise breaches and hacks to help C-level executives and board members better understand why information security matters.

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America the Meek: Pranking North Korea and the Dysfunction in U.S. Cyber Command

Post by: Sarah Maloney

On September 30, The Washington Post reported that President Trump signed a presidential directive against North Korea.

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DEEP 2017 Highlights and Takeaways

Post by: Fred O'Connor

What an incredible couple of days at DEEP 2017! Thank you to all our special guests, speakers, customers, and friends for truly making Cybereason's first security conference an unforgettable...

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Siofra, a free tool built by Cybereason researcher, exposes DLL hijacking vulnerabilities in Windows programs

Post by: Sarah Maloney

Siofra, developed by Forrest Williams, Senior Security Researcher at Cybereason, is a research tool that can identify DLL hijacking vulnerabilities in Windows programs and has an automated way to...

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The long-term threat posed by the Vault 7 leaks

Post by: Cybereason Intelligence Group

Dealing with the challenges posed by the public disclosure of offensive cyber capabilities has become common for security professionals. More recent disclosures include the ongoing Vault 7 leaks...

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NotPetya’s fiscal impact revised: $892.5 million and growing

Post by: Fred O'Connor

June’s NotPetya attack has cost companies an estimated $892.5 million in lost revenue based on calculations made using figures from quarterly earnings reports and investor notices.

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The North Korean sideshow: Why missiles shouldn't be the only security concern

Post by: Ross Rustici

With the leaders of the U.S. and North Korea exchanging threats and personal insults and the escalating global tension around the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) missile tests, the...

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Protecting data under the General Data Protection Regulation

Post by: Sarah Maloney

Get ready! You have 245 days until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25, 2018. At the heart of the GDPR is a profound respect and desire for privacy with an aim...

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Cybereason CISO Interview Series: Security from the inside out

Post by: Fred O'Connor

Don’t underestimate the importance of an organization’s employees in helping identify security risks. While tools are important mechanisms in finding vulnerabilities, people can provide an...

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