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It’s October: YES, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Still Matters

Cybersecurity

It’s October: YES, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Still Matters

Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a time to push the boundaries in three ways: new audiences, deeper messages, and innovation, especially around emerging technology.

Cybereason’s Commitment to Inclusion in Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

Cybereason’s Commitment to Inclusion in Cybersecurity

Cybereason is focusing internal efforts on one of our Company values we call “UbU” which strives to embrace and encourage employees who exemplify our Company's commitment to diversity in all its forms.

No Rest for the Wicked: Evilnum Unleashes PyVil RAT

Threat Intelligence

No Rest for the Wicked: Evilnum Unleashes PyVil RAT

In this article, we dive into the recent activity of the Evilnum group and explore its new infection chain and tools.

Operation Blackout Virtual Edition: Election Security Tabletops

Events

Operation Blackout Virtual Edition: Election Security Tabletops

With looming 2020 elections across the world over the next few months and a global pandemic underway, on August 20, 2020, Cybereason hosted Operation Blackout 2020, its latest virtual election security tabletop exercise with participants from the FBI, CISA, and other government organizations.

Cyber Security Tips for Allowing Employees to Work From Home

Cybersecurity

Cyber Security Tips for Allowing Employees to Work From Home

While the ability to allow staff to work remotely when needed gives greater flexibility to corporations, it also comes with cybersecurity risks. Not only can remote workers put their own privacy at risk, but working remotely could result in a breach in the company’s security.

Deepfakes: Novelty Trend or Novel Threat?

Insights

Deepfakes: Novelty Trend or Novel Threat?

Deepfakes, a rapidly advancing technique for generating very realistic media, has the potential to be very disruptive when misused.

Hacker Summer Camp is Cancelled, Long Live Virtual Hacker Summer Camp

Events

Hacker Summer Camp is Cancelled, Long Live Virtual Hacker Summer Camp

A few months ago, in light of the ongoing pandemic, fears that hacker summer camp would be cancelled were realized. However, festivities still continued for some conferences, albeit in a virtual format.

Protecting Against Potential Cybersecurity Threats Brought on by Remote Work

Endpoint Detection and Response

Protecting Against Potential Cybersecurity Threats Brought on by Remote Work

In pivoting an entire workforce to remote work, employers need to be prepared for the cybersecurity risks involved. To guard against these threats, employers should have a remote work policy that all employees are aware of and comply with.

Increase in Remote Work Spurs Demand for EDR Cybersecurity

Endpoint Detection and Response

Increase in Remote Work Spurs Demand for EDR Cybersecurity

With the sudden increase in telework, the traditional approach of reacting to cyber threats and security issues only after a breach is discovered is no longer sufficient.

4 Challenges Faced by Organizations Transitioning to Remote Work

Vulnerabilities

4 Challenges Faced by Organizations Transitioning to Remote Work

During the past few months, many companies have contacted us with various questions and requests about remote security. In our conversations with them, we’ve noticed four key challenges that we wanted to explore.