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Cybereason CISO Interview Series: The case for an independent security department

Post by: Fred O'Connor

Having information security initially fall under the purview of a CIO is a logical place to start. After all, a company is more likely to hire IT professionals whose duties include security than a...

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Cybereason Launches Malicious Life Podcast

Post by: Lital Asher-Dotan

Providing a first-row seat to the stories that shaped cybercrime.

Cybereason is proud to announce the launch of its podcast- Malicious Life.

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NotPetya intrusion vectors and propagation

Post by: Eliad Kimhy

The Cybereason Intelligence Team has created a flowchart mapping out the intrusion vectors and methods the malware might have taken to infect up to 12,000 endpoints, the majority of which in...

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You asked, we answered: What the NotPetya attack means for my organization's security

Post by: Fred O'Connor

With NotPetya and its repercussions on the mind of security professionals, Cybereason Chief Security Officer Sam Curry held a webinar Thursday on what the attack means for enterprise security and how...

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Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice...?

Post by: Lital Asher-Dotan

EternalBlue and MS17-010 seem to be the gifts that keep on giving.  With WannaCry raising a hue-and-cry, we should have seen frenetic patching and reduction in vulnerabilities.  I remember well the...

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A quick recap on NotPetya --- unofficial CliffsNotes guide

Post by: Sarah Maloney

The NotPetya ransomware infected more than 80 companies on Tuesday, affecting computers of a Russian oil company and shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk. Ukraine organizations were hit particularly...

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Cybereason Detects and Stops NotPetya Ransomware

Post by: Lital Asher-Dotan

NotPetya ransomware has affected hundreds of organizations across Europe and across the world.

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Cybereason discovers NotPetya Vaccine

Post by: Cybereason Intelligence Group

Cybereason Principal Security Researcher Amit Serper discovered a work around solution that disables the NotPetya ransomware that wreaked havoc in Europe on Tuesday. To activate the vaccination...

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Petya-like Ransomware Attack: What You Need to Know

Post by: Cybereason Intelligence Group

Update: We've discovered a vaccination that disables the NotPetya ransomware.

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Brutal Kangaroo shows even air-gapped networks are vulnerable to attackers

Post by: Fred O'Connor

The latest CIA documents released by WikiLeaks as part of the Vault 7 dump explain how a tool suite called Brutal Kangaroo can infect Windows machines on air-gapped networks by using USB drives.

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