Posts Tagged 'advanced persistent threats'
Successful targeted attacks bypass security controls and typically cause significant damage to an enterprise. Damages may include reputation, monetary, and intellectual property losses. Many attacks leverage zero-day malware, which are malicious programs that security scanners miss on the day they are used for the first time. Several approaches are commonly used to combat targeted attacks, […]
What to look for in an EDR solution Emerging threats and advanced targeted attacks (ATAs) are sweeping through the cyber landscape faster than security teams are prepared to deal with them. In a blink of an eye, your infrastructure can be compromised, putting your vital corporate information assets at risk. An advanced endpoint detection and […]
Sophisticated organizations defend themselves against cyber attacks with tools, products, services, and perhaps most importantly highly capable security professionals. But it is becoming very difficult to attract and retain good talent. The pool of qualified available resources has run dry and it is now up to the academic institutions to replenish the workforce population. It […]
Malware is working hard to undermine and punish those who employ security sandboxes. Meanwhile, security innovators are working hard to stay one step ahead. Security sandboxes are a crucial tool in the battle against the constantly evolving efforts of malware writers. Suspicious files can be placed in a digital sandbox, in which security can watch, look, […]
Malicious attacks with firmware privileges can compromise an entire system, so it is especially important to apply measures to reduce the risks. Breaking hypervisor isolation and attacking — or exploiting — neighbouring virtual machines is a prominent goal of cyber criminals. At the Black Hat USA 2015 and DEF CON 23 conferences, a group of […]