News 2018-04-07T00:59:52+00:00
03.23.2018
Weekly Threat Report 23rd March 2018
A joint report between Surrey University and researchers at security vendor Bromium estimates that the proceeds of cyber crime make up to 8-10% of total illegal profits laundered globally, believed to be valued at up to $200 billion.
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03.19.2018
Bitcoin is leading to a huge upswing in money laundering, new research says
Cybercriminals are turning to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to convert illegal revenue into clean cash, new research shows.
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03.19.2018
Cybercriminals Launder Up to $200B in Profit Per Year
Cybercrime funds make up 8-10% of all illegal profits laundered and amount to $80-200 billion each year.
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03.19.2018
Criminal’s Report Shows Bitcoin Fall Out
The value of the number one digital currency, bitcoin, has lately been on a punishing tailspin, falling by approximately 40 percent in 2018 and over 70 percent from the time when it was at the peak in December 2017.
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03.17.2018
Podcast Episode 88: Inside Russia’s DragonFly Group and How Cyber Crooks Launder Money
In this week’s Security Ledger Podcast (#88) we do a deep dive with researcher Vikram Thakur of the firm Symantec on “Dragonfly,” the Russian hacking group whose actions prompted the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FBI to issue a joint statement last week warning of intrusions into critical infrastructure in the US.
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03.16.2018
Crooks opt for Monero as crypto of choice to launder ill-gotten gains
Crooks are increasingly turning to Monero over Bitcoin, according to a new study on the economics of cybercrime.
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03.16.2018
Virtual cash helps cyber-thieves launder money, research suggests
Crypto-currencies and digital cash systems have become a key way for cyber-thieves to launder stolen funds, suggests research.
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03.16.2018
Bitcoin Loses Corporate and Criminal Friends
From analysts to cybercriminals and even fintechs, is Bitcoin falling from favour?
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03.16.2018
Cyber criminals using complex financial system, study shows
Cyber criminals are using a combination of new cryptocurrencies, gaming currencies and micro-payments to launder up to $200bn in ill-gotten gains, research has revealed
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03.16.2018
Your personal data may be on the dark web: What you need to know
Major data breaches at banks and sites like Yahoo – where about 3 billion accounts were compromised – mean that your personal data can travel to the dark web, networks of encrypted, often shadowy, websites that are not indexed by common search engines. In fact, the dark web is so different that you typically need special software to use it.
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02.22.2018
The global cyber war is heating up: Why businesses should be worried
From NotPetya’s global disruption to North Korea’s digital plundering of financial institutions, state-sponsored cyber attacks should be top of mind for business leaders. Here’s how to defend against them.
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02.21.2018
Russian Twitter Trolls Exploit Florida School Shooting
Within an hour of the shooting at a Florida High School last week, divisive messages began pouring out of Twitter accounts believed to be controlled by Russia.
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02.09.2018
DarkSky botnet spotted evading security measures
A new botnet has been discovered by security researchers that has anti-virtual machine capabilities to evade security controls such as a sandbox.
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02.06.2018
Bromium issues warning about ‘hidden costs’ of detection-based security
SOC teams spend more than £11 million per year triaging threats
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02.06.2018
Report: Traditional cybersecurity costs enterprises a fortune and isn’t helping that much
It’s time to move away from the reactive detect-to-protect cybersecurity model, says security firm Bromium.
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02.06.2018
£12m pa – the hidden costs of maintaining endpoint security solutions
Enterprises across the globe are now investing heavily in licensing and deployment of endpoint security solutions to protect their IT systems but fail to spot hidden costs of human skills and effort required.
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02.06.2018
Enterprises spend more than $16 million on hidden costs of detection-based security
Most organizations employ some kind of detection-based security to protect their systems. But a new report by cyber security company Bromium reveals that this approach has major hidden costs.
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01.29.2018
Business cyber crime up 63%, UK stats show
Despite an overall decrease in fraud and computer misuse in 2017, the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) reports show that incidents involving computer misuse and malware against business are way up
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01.03.2018
Computers face global slowdown due to flaw in Intel chips
Certain computer tasks could be up to 50% slower because of a fix for a security flaw discovered in Intel microprocessors.
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01.03.2018
“Major ‘design flaw’ in Intel processors made in the last decade could expose your private passwords to hackers and slow down your PC by 50%
A massive security flaw thought to affect millions of computers has been discovered in the design of Intel’s processors, which could give hackers your passwords.
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11.27.2017
New ransomware family exploiting poor security in remote desktop services
Researchers have uncovered a new ransomware family that is exploiting poor security credentials in remote desktop services and encrypting files.
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11.27.2017
92 Percent of IT Pros Say Employees Try to Access Inappropriate Information
A recent survey of more than 900 IT security professionals found that 92 percent of respondents said employees attempt to access information they don’t need for their day-to-day wo …
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11.27.2017
Met provides cyber pros with new forensic analysis tool
The London Metropolitan Police Service is kitting out its team of cyber security experts with a new set of real-time forensic analysis tools. On Thursday, the Met confirmed it team …
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11.27.2017
Enterprise security budgets slashed by a third; is spend appropriate?
Enterprises seem to be getting the message, at last, that security posture cannot be measured by pocket depth as budgets get cut by a third.
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11.27.2017
Free yet illegal Premier League and Game of Thrones streams could help criminals steal your money using malware
Free illegal streams of films, TV shows and sports fixtures could end up costing you a lot, cyber security experts have warned.
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11.27.2017
Cybersecurity thwarts productivity and innovation, report says
While essential, security is compromising the adoption of new technologies and practices, according to a majority of chief information security officers in large organizations.
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11.27.2017
We’re opening up Call for Papers for the next set of GeekOut 365 videos!
It’s been a few months since the initial release of GeekOut 365, and now it’s time to add to our library of independent, community-led, expert videos.
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11.27.2017
74% of CISOs Say Users Are Frustrated That Security Disrupts Productivity
Help desks spend days dealing with user access complaints, while legitimate work gets blocked by over-zealous security tools.
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11.24.2017
Necurs used to infect computers with Scarab ransomware
A new strain of ransomware has been discovered that is being distributed by the Necurs botnet, according to security researchers.
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11.09.2017
Why does China spot security vulnerabilities quicker than the US?
In a world of state-sponsored hackers, highly motivated cybercrime gangs and determined hacktivists, mitigating software vulnerabilities is an essential part of the job for IT security teams.
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11.09.2017
ICO Finds Only 20% Of UK Citizens Trust Companies With Their Data
The ICO has just announced the findings of a survey which shows that only 20% of UK citizens trust companies with the storing of their data.
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11.08.2017
Widespread usage of admin rights leaving organisations vulnerable to cyber attacks
Organisations are allowing too many employees to enjoy admin rights to promote efficiency and convenience, but are, in the process, making themselves vulnerable to insider threats, phishing attacks, and ransomware infections.
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11.07.2017
ICO: Only 20% of UK citizens trust companies with their data
Only one-fifth of UK citizens trust companies to securely store their personal information, according to a survey published yesterday by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
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11.06.2017
Bromium helps London’s Metropolitan Police
The Metropolitan Police Cybercrime Unit (FALCON) has deployed Bromium to rapidly investigate and mitigate cybercrime impacting businesses and the public in London.
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11.03.2017
Cyber forensics by Met
The Metropolitan Police Cybercrime Unit FALCON has deployed a cyber forensics product to investigate and mitigate cybercrime against businesses and the public in London.
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11.02.2017
Met outfits cyber crime unit with real-time malware analysis tools
The London Metropolitan Police Service is set to provide its cybercrime taskforce with new real-time forensic analysis tools, the force announced today.
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11.02.2017
Bromium swoops in to fight cybercrime with Met Police FALCON unit
Taking the fight to the cybercriminals, the Metropolitan Police has enlisted the support of security firm Bromium, arming the FALCON cybercrime unit for the battle ahead.
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11.02.2017
Met Police widens cybercrime expertise with Bromium partnership
London’s Metropolitan Police is set to significantly boost its anti-cybercrime capabilities thanks to a new partnership with security firm Bromium.
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11.02.2017
The Met is deploying Bromium’s analysis tool to investigate cyber attacks in real-time
The Met Police’s cyber crime unit has deployed Bromium’s real-time analysis tool to assist with the investigation of attacks on businesses and individuals in London.
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11.02.2017
Police use virtual ‘cage’ to corral malware and probe cybercrime evidence
As law enforcement faces limited resources to investigate growing levels of cybercrime, the Metropolitan Police has brought in specialist technology to support its digital investigations.
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11.02.2017
Met outfits cyber crime unit with real-time malware analysis tools
The London Metropolitan Police Service is set to provide its cybercrime taskforce with new real-time forensic analysis tools, the force announced today.
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11.02.2017
Bromium swoops in to fight cybercrime with Met Police FALCON unit
Taking the fight to the cybercriminals, the Metropolitan Police has enlisted the support of security firm Bromium, arming the FALCON cybercrime unit for the battle ahead.
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11.02.2017
Police use virtual ‘cage’ to corral malware and probe cybercrime evidence
As law enforcement faces limited resources to investigate growing levels of cybercrime, the Metropolitan Police has brought in specialist technology to support its digital investigations.
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10.31.2017
B2B Challenge: Running The Security Gauntlet
Want something to be scared of today? Here’s two things that should frighten the life out of B2B emailers:
  1. Employees are paying ransomware in ever-increasing numbers.
  2. Security systems are getting so tight that they are preventing employees from accessing websites and even doing their work.
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10.27.2017
Survey Roundup: IT Increasingly Seeking Soft Skills Over Tech Expertise
A look at some recent surveys and reports dealing with risk and compliance issues.
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10.27.2017
Survey Roundup: IT Increasingly Seeking Soft Skills Over Tech Expertise
A look at some recent surveys and reports dealing with risk and compliance issues.
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10.27.2017
Isolieren statt erkennen: neue Wege der IT-Sicherheit
Seit Langem versuchen sich Unternehmen, Ämter und Behörden gegen Cyber-Angriffe zur Wehr zu setzen. Der Erfolg bleibt allerdings überschaubar, wie immer neue Sicherheitsvorfälle belegen.
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10.24.2017
Cyber-Sec pros targeted: NATO cyber-conflict event in cyber-conflict
In a stroke of ironical genius, Russian hackers have targeted security conference attendees with a targeted phishing campaign.
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10.23.2017
CISO Survey: End Users See Security as a Hurdle to Innovation
Traditional approaches to security are leading to frustrated users and strained relationships between workers and IT departments, according to the findings of a survey of chief information security officers (CISOs).
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10.23.2017
The Cyber Drug War: Why Prohibition Is Failing
Juniper predicts data breaches will cost global business a total of $8 trillion in fines, lost business and remediation costs over the next five years. It’s not surprising that 60% of CIOs surveyed feel they are losing the battle against cybercrime.
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10.23.2017
74% of CISOs say cybersecurity hinders productivity & innovation
The need for comprehensive cybersecurity is ever increasing with the rise of malicious cybercrime – but it’s coming at a cost.
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10.23.2017
Security Training & Awareness: 3 Big Myths
The once-overwhelming consensus that security awareness programs are invaluable is increasingly up for debate.
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10.22.2017
Security disrupts productivity
Help desks spend days dealing with user access complaints, while legitimate work gets blocked by over-zealous security tools.
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10.20.2017
CISOs report that productivity is being hampered by security
The results of an independent survey showing IT security is hindering productivity and innovation across enterprises have been revealed by Bromium, Inc.
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10.20.2017
Most CISOs feel security prevents users from doing their job
New research published today suggests that the modern CISO considers their job to be an increasingly thankless one.
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10.20.2017
IT security hindering productivity and innovation, survey shows
IT security is hindering productivity and innovation across enterprises, research has revealed
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10.19.2017
81% of CISOs Say User Security Hampers Innovation
Most CISOs feel that IT security is hindering productivity and innovation across the enterprise.
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10.19.2017
CISOs find cybersecurity is sabotaging productivity
Many are angry about the tight grip some security tools have over their productivity, with 81% of enterprises reporting innovation limitations.
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10.19.2017
End users frustration over security disrupting productivity
74% of CISOs reveal that end users are frustrated that security disrupts productivity – according to Bromium Study
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10.19.2017
Business suffers as over-zealous security tools block legitimate work
Most security teams utilise a ‘prohibition approach’ – i.e. restricting user access to websites and applications – a tactic which is hampering productivity and innovation while creating major frustration for users, according to research conducted by Vanson Bourne.
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10.19.2017
CISOs say end users are frustrated that security disrupts productivity
Bromium®, Inc., the pioneer and leader in virtualisation-based enterprise security, has announced the findings of an independent survey showing IT security is hindering productivity and innovation across enterprises.
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10.18.2017
New Payday BTCware Ransomware Variant Released
News broke this morning that a new variant of the BTCware ransomware is currently targeting victims and appending the .[email]-id-id.payday extension to encrypted files.
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10.18.2017
Munich Insurance: 800 Endpoint systems using micro-VMs to protect APTs
Klassische Sicherheitsmaßnahmen wie Firewalls oder Antiviren-Lösungen sind heute Standard. Der bundesweit vertretene Allbranchenversicherer wollte aber noch einen Schritt weiter gehen und alle genutzten Endgeräte zusätzlich vor möglichen Angriffen wie Spear-Phishing schützen.
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10.13.2017
The Cyber Drug War – Why Prohibition is Failing
When I look at the current state of cybersecurity, it seems obvious that something is seriously broken. According to a recent Juniper Research report, global cybersecurity spend will reach nearly $135 billion in 2022, up from an estimated $93 billion this year.
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10.02.2017
The Pros And Cons Of Application Sandboxing
Successes by Adobe, Google, and Apple to reduce privileges through sandboxing has reduced exploits in their software, but the technique is far from perfect
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10.01.2017
IoT Risks Loom Over Critical Infrastructure
With the Internet of Things promising—or perhaps threatening—to connect many more millions of devices, experts from industry, government and the military are urging action.
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10.01.2017
New milestone in IT security?
Sicherheitssoftware-Anbieterin Bromium ist seit ihrem Markteintritt in Deutschland vor zwei Jahren zum ersten Mal auf der it-sa in Nürnberg vertreten. Bromium präsentiert ihre Lösungen als Mitaussteller am Stand von Computacenter.
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09.27.2017
Alpha Generation Distribution helps enterprise tackle malware threats with Bromium partnership
Proactive IT security distributor Alpha Generation Distribution has announced a UK partnership with virtualisation-based security specialist Bromium, giving resellers the opportunity to offer an innovative endpoint protection platform to the enterprise.
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09.25.2017
Alpha Gen becomes UK Bromium distie
Bromium has appointed Alpha Generation as the UK distributor of its virtualised security software.
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09.22.2017
Rate of data compromise revealed: 121 records per sec; defenders lagging
More data records have been breached in the first six months of 2017 than the whole of 2016. The Gemalto Breach Level Index reports that this amounts to an astonishing 121 records lost or stolen every second of every day.
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09.22.2017
14 Percent of Office Workers Aren’t Sure What Phising Is
A recent Intermedia survey of more than 1,000 U.S. office workers found that 14 percent of respondents either don’t know what phishing is or aren’t confident in their ability to identify a phishing email, and 21 percent have fallen victim to a phishing attack.
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09.22.2017
Sophos’ partner program targets cloud security providers
Security vendor Sophos has updated its channel program to support Cloud Security Providers, a new Sophos partner designation; other channel news from the week.
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09.19.2017
Free yet illegal Premier League and Game of Thrones streams could help criminals steal your money using malware
Free illegal streams of films, TV shows and sports fixtures could end up costing you a lot, cyber security experts have warned.
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09.15.2017
Building security by design – a discussion of VMware App Defense
Recent hacking scandals point up the need for security by design. Here is one approach that looks promising
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09.15.2017
Cost of User Security Training Tops $290K Per Year
The cost of security education for large enterprises at an all-time-high, coming in at $290,033 per year—a clear indication that user education is rocketing up CIOs’ priority list.
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09.15.2017
Is cyber security education a waste?
Large enterprises are wasting nearly $300k per year on security education: so why are endpoint attacks more successful than ever?
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09.15.2017
You Wouldn’t Re-Use a Needle, So Why Re-Use a Computer?
Imagine you’re in a hospital room and the nurse walks in and says: “We need to draw some blood, but needles have really gone up in price lately.
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09.15.2017
Bromium introduces a portfolio of solutions at it-sa 2017
Sicherheitssoftware-Anbieter Bromium ist seit seinem Markteintritt in Deutschland vor zwei Jahren zum ersten Mal auf der it-sa in Nürnberg vertreten. Bromium präsentiert seine Lösungen als Mitaussteller am Stand von Computacenter.
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09.14.2017
User-targeted threats at all-time high despite rising education spend
The cost of security education for large enterprises at an all-time-high of $290,033 per year per organization, and user education is rocketing up the CIO’s priority list.
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09.14.2017
Security education costs hit all-time-high yet attacks are getting more successful
New research, released by Bromium, Inc., has found that the cost of security education for large enterprises at an all-time-high of $290,033* per year per organisation, and that user education is rocketing up the CIO’s priority list.
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09.12.2017
Phishing and no end
Die Gefahrenlage rund um Cyber-Attacken nimmt langsam beängstigende Ausmaße an. Nahezu jede Woche sind neue Angriffe zu beklagen.
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09.06.2017
Endpoint security threats force Windows to adapt
Windows 10 micro-virtualization aims to protect against emerging threats. Microsoft’s partner in this initiative, Bromium, says Windows remains IT’s biggest security challenge.
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09.04.2017
Phishing and no end
Die Gefahrenlage rund um Cyber-Attacken nimmt langsam beängstigende Ausmaße an. Nahezu jede Woche sind neue Angriffe zu beklagen.
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09.01.2017
Phishing and no end
Die Gefahrenlage rund um Cyber-Attacken nimmt langsam beängstigende Ausmaße an. Nahezu jede Woche sind neue Angriffe zu beklagen.
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08.31.2017
The cyber drug war – Why prohibition is failing
A virtualisation-based approach to security could help prevent ransomware and malware from doing real damage to user’s PCs.
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08.31.2017
This Week In Cybersecurity News: 10 Things To Know
The security industry moves fast, and this week was no exception. The past seven days saw the launches of multiple new security products, as well as new partnerships and acquisitions to position vendors into new markets.
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08.30.2017
#VMworld 2017 Video Interview with Bromium
VMblog visits the Bromium booth during VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas and speaks with Simon Crosby and Ian Pratt about their security product.
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08.30.2017
Phishing and no end
Die Gefahrenlage rund um Cyber-Attacken nimmt langsam beängstigende Ausmaße an. Nahezu jede Woche sind neue Angriffe zu beklagen.
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08.29.2017
Bromium comment on the growing threat situation
Die Gefahrenlage rund um Cyber-Attacken nimmt langsam beängstigende Ausmaße an. Nahezu jede Woche sind neue Angriffe zu beklagen.
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07.24.2017
Security Sucks: Measures often Disabled to Increase Productivity
Research shows most security pros would disable security to allow employees more freedom to get their work done.
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07.24.2017
Productivity Beats Security when it comes to the Modern Business
Security teams reveal that the majority of workers would rather just get their work done than worry about security.
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07.24.2017
Employee Productivity almost always Trumps Security Concerns, says Survey
More and more enterprises are considering security firewalls and guidelines as impediments to employee productivity, say security professionals.
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07.24.2017
Businesses choose Productivity over Cybersecurity
Bromium, Inc. today released results of a survey of 175 security professionals conducted at this year’s InfoSecurity Europe, which found that IT security is often deprioritised when it interferes with employee productivity.
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07.24.2017
Majority of Security Pros let Productivity Trump Security
A survey found that 64% of IT security professionals will tweak security to give workers more flexibility to be productive when asked to make that move by top executives.
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07.10.2017
Hackers Breached Corporate Networks of U.S-based Nuclear Power Plants
Hackers have been able to breach ‘administrative and business networks’ of nuclear power plants in the United States, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have confirmed.
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07.07.2017
Hacking Nuclear Power Plants: Could Mistakes Lead to Meltdowns?
It would appear that phishing, the simplest form of cyber attack, is behind the breaching of facilities posing the greatest risk to human life.
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07.03.2017
Corvid Secures Email, takes Users out of Firing Line
Email is insecure, yet it is still the main means of business communication, with many companies relying on employees as the first line of defence, but that is unfair, says Corvid
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06.28.2017
Ransomware: What is it & why we should be very wary
Modern ransomware attacks are pulverising more systems across the world than any other computer virus or malware in history.
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06.28.2017
Petya Ransomware Attack
News is currently breaking about a new widespread ransomware attack, striking large multinational companies across Europe, with Ukraine’s government, banks, state power utility and Kiev’s airport and metro system particularly badly affected.
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06.23.2017
Will AI Solve our Cybersecurity Crisis?
Artificial intelligence has become a key weapon in the fight against cyber crooks, rogue hackers, and aggressive nation states, but it’s not a magic fix. Experts weigh in on where AI makes sense in an enterprise security strategy, and what’s best left to human judgement.
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06.22.2017
How Containers will Transform Windows 10 in the Next Three Years
Microsoft Azure is full of container technology. In the next few years, containers are going to play a key role in how you use Windows on the desktop.
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06.21.2017
Why You Can’t Bank on Malware Detection to Keep the Cybercriminals at Bay
Verizon’s 2017 Data Breach Investigations Report revealed that financial services organisations are the most common victims of cybercrime, with 24% of all data breaches occurring within this sector.
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06.21.2017
Adgholas Malvertising Group Linked to UCL Trojan Ransomware Attack
Hackers used Astrium exploit kit to deliver Mole ransomware in University College London malware attack, according to research by Proofpoint.
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06.16.2017
University Ransomware Attacks: Services Remain Disrupted, Warnings Over Further Attacks
University College London and Ulster University are still dealing with the aftermath of ransomware attacks, which could be linked according to security experts.
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06.16.2017
Ulster University also Suffered Ransomware Outrage this Week
A second UK university has been hit by a major ransomware attack this week, as new figures showed the country is the most frequently targeted by the malware in Europe.
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06.16.2017
Ransomware Attacks Infect Stored Files at UCL and Ulster Universities
A ransomware attack that infected and encrypted shared drives of 12 computers at University College London has been contained, the university confirmed.
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06.15.2017
The Bromium Security Hypervisor
Despite all the talk about containers as the future of the datacenter, it’s rare to find a vendor actually using them for something other than densely packing in DevOps-y “cloud native’ workloads.
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06.15.2017
Human Nature is Crippling Cyber Security
The recent Wannacry ransomware attack could change the current security paradigm to one that embraces human nature.
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06.10.2017
The Billionaire GOP Patron Behind Trump’s Social Media Bot Army
A GOP donor who once had ties to IBM is the man behind the millions of Twitter bots President Trump counts on as followers who could be employed to target voters with misleading or fake news on social media.
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06.07.2017
GDPR: EU Goes Against The Global Grain To Protect Privacy
Could it be that the EU is about to save the internet? At a time when internet users worldwide are increasingly under surveillance by governments, service providers, advertising networks and social media websites, it seems that one of the internet’s greatest promises — open communication for all — has been lost.
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06.06.2017
What Theresa May needs to do if she’s going to Regulate the Internet
Theresa May fiercely criticised technology companies in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack, but can’t expect to achieve anything by making “one-sided” appeals, says a cybersecurity expert.
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06.01.2017
Enterprises Struggle with Emergency Patching
Companies are struggling to maintain emergency patch cycles, despite the fact that enterprise reliance on legacy systems often means emergency patches are an everyday fact of life, a survey shows
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06.01.2017
Emergency Patches Cost Companies almost $100,000 every Month
Applying last-minute security fixes is hitting companies hard, says report
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06.01.2017
Patch-Me-if-you-Can: Security Teams Struggle to Apply Updates in Time
Research from Bromium says security teams aren’t being cut any slack on the patching front by software developers and their own organisations.
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06.01.2017
Is Crisis Patch Management making your Security Teams WannaCry?
Bromium, Inc. today announced the findings of an independent survey of 500 CISOs from Germany, UK and US into the cost and frequency of crisis patch management.
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05.31.2017
Cybersecurity is the Sputnik of our Day
We need a cyber-race to spur innovation and ensure the digital world is a secure haven for western democratic society.
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