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Five reasons why banning USB drives is a good security practice

Cybersecurity

Five reasons why banning USB drives is a good security practice

IBM banning its employees from using removable storage devices, like USB sticks, received broad media coverage, even though the US CERT warned against using USB drives in 2011. Why are USB and other removal drives still relevant and why is it a good idea to not use them?

How ransomware attacks have changed one year after Wannacry and NotPetya

WannaCry

How ransomware attacks have changed one year after Wannacry and NotPetya

Nearly a year after the NotPetya and Wannacry attacks, ransomware is no longer used in widespread attacks against indiscriminate targets. Instead, attackers are using this malware in more focused, targeted campaigns.

No Win32_Process Needed – Expanding the WMI Lateral Movement Arsenal

Research

No Win32_Process Needed – Expanding the WMI Lateral Movement Arsenal

Cybereason researchers have discovered new lateral movement techniques that abuse WMI. They also created a tool that lets analysts see the potential harm attackers could cause if they used these techniques.

Cybereason Launches Technology Partner Program

Cybereason Launches Technology Partner Program

The Most Dangerous Game: North Korea bets the house

Cybersecurity

The Most Dangerous Game: North Korea bets the house

North Korea's decision to drop the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the Korean peninsula as a precondition to denuclearization changes the paradigm around the upcoming talks. This move increases the chances that the U.S. and North Korea will meet but makes no strategic sense from Kim Jong Un's perspective.

Cybereason named Israel’s most promising startup

Cybersecurity

Cybereason named Israel’s most promising startup

Cybereason was named Israel’s most promising startup by Calcalist, the country's leading financial newspaper.

7 Best Movies About Cybersecurity and Hacking

Cybersecurity

7 Best Movies About Cybersecurity and Hacking

Most films about cybersecurity over-fictionalize or idolize hackers, cyber attacks, and cyber crime. While some of our favorite movies mix action and suspense with the cyber realm, we've chosen to feature a small selection that are both authentic and entertaining.

Attackers use botnets to break into networks faster

Research

Attackers use botnets to break into networks faster

No one likes grunt work, including attackers, who have turned to bots 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 bots that can automatically exploit vulnerabilities, create backdoors, dump passwords, conduct network reconnaissance, and laterally move in seconds.

Cybereason CISO Interview Series: It’s only information security (but I like it)

Cybersecurity

Cybereason CISO Interview Series: It’s only information security (but I like it)

Sometimes the career path to security and IT leadership doesn’t involve an undergraduate degree in computer science. Sometimes reaching the ranks of CIO and CISO involves an English degree and a desire to play rock-and-roll for a living.

Kim Kowtows: Attempting to build a hub and spoke negotiation while still staying deferential

Nation-state Attack

Kim Kowtows: Attempting to build a hub and spoke negotiation while still staying deferential

Kim Jong-un is seeking to subvert the six-party talks paradigm with a hub-and-spoke model that places North Korea at the center of all negotiations.