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Sophos brings on DarkBytes

Sophos has acquired the endpoint security company DarkBytes. The companies did not release the financial details of the agreement, but Sophos said it plans to use DarkBytes technology as the foundation for new managed detection and response andSecurity Orchestration Automation Response services it plans to offer. “The strength and architecture of the DarkBytes platform will accelerate…
Mobile Security, Security News

Xhelper ad dropper adds to its list of victims

There has been a surge in activity surrounding the Xhelper Android ad dropper, with more than 45,000 devices being infected since the malware made its first appearance six months ago. In the past month an average of 131 devices were infected each day, with about 2,400 devices persistently infected throughout the month. The malware mostly…
Election Coverage, Security News, States of Security

State of Security: Arizona

In the wake of the 2016 Russian attempt to hack into Arizona’s election system its Secretary of State Michele Reagan commissioned a top to bottom study of the state’s election security posture the results of which were released in October. The 15-page report, compiled by Gartner, came up with a series of recommendations and Reagan…
Election Coverage, Security News

2020 Predictions: Election Security

David Richardson, senior director of product management, Lookout 2020 Election Hacking Will Focus on Mobile – As cyber attacks have evolved to target mobile devices because of their nature and form factor, so will cyber attacks in the 2020 Presidential Election. Spear phishing campaigns are moving beyond the traditional email-based phishing attacks we saw in…
Security News

2020 cybersecurity predictions

Curtis Simpson, CISO, Armis Voice Deepfakes will become the new phishing bait: C-level executives, politicians and other high-profile individuals are already high-risk targets for standard email phishing attacks given their level of access and financial decision making within their organization. With advancements in the deepfake voice technology, I expect a rise of voice phishing schemes…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Security advisories issued for eight Cisco products, two critical

Cisco joined the April patch bonanza issuing security advisories for eight products, two of which the company considers critical. The Cisco IP Phones Web Server and Cisco UCS Director and Cisco UCS Director Express for Big Data advisories contain a total of 10 vulnerabilities that together are considered critical by Cisco. A specific set of…
Executive Insight, Opinion

The role of the CISO during a cyber crisis

By: Stephen Moore The role of a chief information security officer (CISO) can never be miscategorized as low-stress. As cyberthreats become more incessant and malicious, a CISO’s job is increasingly difficult, and the challenge of safeguarding corporate, customer and employee data along with intellectual property becomes even more challenging. The person hired for this position…
IoT, Security News

2019 cybersecurity predictions – IoT

Tim Steinkopf, president, CentrifyThe coming year will be rife with new laws related to cybersecurity and data privacy. For example, large-scale IoT hacks affect countless devices. IoT devices range from home security cameras to massive machine-to-machine industrial networks and represent a massive broadening of the potential threatscape. Statista predicts there will be more than 30…
Executive Insight, Opinion

User-Friendly Security Solutions Simplify Protection of Enterprise Email Communications

By Jason Soroko, CTO of IoT, Sectigo According to the FBI, business email compromise (BEC) attacks have resulted in $12 billion in losses since 2013, and global exposed losses increased 136 percent between December 2016 and May 2018, making it imperative for enterprises to protect employees from phishing scams. Posing as legitimate employees, servers, or…
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