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The recently released Joint Analysis Report (JAR) published by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to detail tools used by Russian hackers in cyber attacks against the United States election didn’t deliver on its promise, security experts argue. [Read More]
Just before Christmas, Imperva found its network under a massive DDoS assault that reached 650 Gbps (Gigabit per second) making it one of the largest known DDoS attacks. [Read More]
With non-malware attacks, the whole cyber kill chain can be conducted without installing anything or dropping any binary to disk. [Read More]
Vulnerabilities in NETGEAR WNR2000 routers allow an attacker to retrieve the administrator password and take full control of the affected networking device, a security researcher has discovered. [Read More]
Cisco patches actively exploited privilege escalation vulnerability in CloudCenter Orchestrator [Read More]
While most of the security industry is looking forward and making threat predictions for 2017, one vendor has stopped to analyze what has been happening in 2016 -- and the reality is, we aren't even aware of what is happening in our networks today. [Read More]
Researcher discloses potentially serious vulnerabilities found in Panasonic Avionics in-flight entertainment systems [Read More]
The latest power outages in Ukraine may have been caused by a cyberattack, according to the national energy company Ukrenergo [Read More]
Nagios Core affected by privilege escalation and remote code execution vulnerabilities that can be chained for high impact exploit [Read More]
After a failed attempt to sell stolen exploits from the National Security Agency at an auction just months ago, the hacker group calling itself Shadow Brokers has decided to sell them directly via a new website. [Read More]

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Lance Cottrell's picture
When properly integrated, detection, response, and prevention reinforce each other, each making the other more effective.
Torsten George's picture
While machine learning can help reduce time-to-remediation, will it ever be able to autonomously protect organizations against cyber-attacks?
Avi Chesla's picture
Our cybersecurity ecosystem needs to be simplified – this is a fundamental challenge that the industry has avoided talking about. This need for simplification is what lies at the core of “Security Abstraction “
Alan Cohen's picture
Organizations of any size can do one important thing to help address this challenge: better segment their interior networks and data center operations.
Marie Hattar's picture
Monitoring and securing modern network flows requires granular insight, only possible through sophisticated and automated analytics and security tools.
Marc Solomon's picture
Intelligence-driven security starts with changing how we collect and manage the millions of points of threat data that analysts are bombarded with every day.
Ashley Arbuckle's picture
By aligning your segmentation strategy to business objectives you can respond quickly to the needs of the business while reducing risk and protecting data and applications.
Lance Cottrell's picture
The old castle wall model of perimeter security is almost worthless and often leads to poorly designed architectures and strategies.
Ken McAlpine's picture
When looking to solve IoT security challenges, look for products that support a multi-vendor enforcement fabric to share, synchronize, and automatically respond to threats.
Scott Simkin's picture
In discussions about cybersecurity, a word that gets used a lot is “prevention.” How do you prevent cyberattacks before they succeed?