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How to navigate events that can either make or a break a CISO's career: maturity shift and management briefings

CISO

How to navigate events that can either make or a break a CISO's career: maturity shift and management briefings

Security leaders need to approach management briefings and maturity shifts with a business mindset and show how the security department will help the organization. Remember to omit the technical details. They'll only portray the CISO or CSO as a technologist who isn't ready for the C-suite, said Cybereason CSO Sam Curry.

Irresistible forces must be met with immovable objects

IoT

Irresistible forces must be met with immovable objects

Cybereason and ARM are teaming up to secure IoT devices. Here's how the two companies plan on using threat hunting powered by artificial intelligence to detect attackers that use connected devices as infiltration points to move laterally to networks.

New Betabot campaign under the microscope

New Betabot campaign under the microscope

The Cybereason SOC has detected multiple Betabot infections in customer environments. In this blog, Cybereason researchers study Betabot’s infection chain and self-defense mechanisms using data gathered from customer environments.

Why hacking electronic voting machines isn't the only way to impact an election

Cybersecurity

Why hacking electronic voting machines isn't the only way to impact an election

Cybereason held a tabletop exercise to see how attackers could influence elections and how elected officials would protect the vote.

VAI MALANDRA: A LOOK INTO THE LIFECYCLE OF BRAZILIAN FINANCIAL MALWARE: Part one

VAI MALANDRA: A LOOK INTO THE LIFECYCLE OF BRAZILIAN FINANCIAL MALWARE: Part one

Cybereason's Nocturnus Research team analyzes campaigns targeting the Brazilian financial sector, focusing on infection vectors and the threat actor's toolset and techniques.

Wannamine cryptominer that uses EternalBlue still active

Wannamine cryptominer that uses EternalBlue still active

The Wannamine cryptominer, which uses the EternalBlue exploits, is still active although a patch that fixes these well-known vulnerabilities was released last March. Amit Serper, Cybereason's head of security research, examines this variant and makes the case for patching your systems.

The anatomy of a .NET malware dropper

Cybersecurity

The anatomy of a .NET malware dropper

Attackers don't need sophisticated tools to create effective malware. Basic tools work just fine. Case in point: Cybereason researchers discovered a .NET dropper/crypter. Here's how they reverse engineered it.

Cybereason CISO Interview Series: Protecting all the news that’s fit to print and the peacock network

CISO

Cybereason CISO Interview Series: Protecting all the news that’s fit to print and the peacock network

Mike Higgins, who's served as CSO of The New York Times and CISO of NBC Universal, talks about why nation-states were interested in attacking the paper of record, why media companies were slow to realize the importance of information security and why you don’t have to be a technical expert to pursue a security career.

Stopping the bad guys, part two

Events

Stopping the bad guys, part two

Cybereason is launching our Ai Hunting Tour - a cross-country road show - in just a few short weeks. We’re scheduled to visit 34 cities and more always seem to be added. If you’re a CISO, an analyst, or anything in between - there’s going to be something for everyone.

Your questions answered from the AI Hunting in Action webinar

Artificial Intelligence

Your questions answered from the AI Hunting in Action webinar

From does Cybereason detect fileless malware attacks that use PowerShell to how Cybereason uses artificial intelligences to detect advanced attacks, here are answers to some of the questions we received after our AI Hunting in Action webinar.