Online sports retailer Sports Warehouse has agreed overhaul its security program and pay a $300,000 fine to New York State after hackers stole 20 years' worth of payment card data and customer information the company was storing in plaintext on its e-commerce server.
Gartner anticipates that by 2025, 50% of companies will be using MDR for threat monitoring, detection, and response.
According to this report, implementing MDR can benefit any organization by:
90% reduction in time to detect high-risk threats that require investigation;
95% reduction in time to...
One of many impactful ways organizations using MDR can benefit is reducing their time to detect and respond from typically 280 days to as little as a few minutes – thereby dramatically reducing the impact of an event.
This Infographic focuses on the top 5 reasons on why MDR should be the top priority for every...
The existing threat landscape as we all know is evolving at a very high speed. So the only way to keep up is to proactively detect, investigate and respond to threats before the caused havoc.
This Case study of the Tourism Finance Corporation of India give insights on why they wanted to augment their cybersecurity...
The nature and sophistication of cyberthreats are evolving all the time and the IT team at Chitale Dairy led by Mr Chitale, believes their existing IT security infrastructure needs to step up to secure and defend a rapidly changing threat landscape.
This case study gives insights into why cybersecurity experts goes...
State-aligned hackers are increasingly targeting small and medium-sized businesses worldwide, as SMBs are more likely to be under-protected against cybersecurity threats such as phishing campaigns, according to a new report by cybersecurity firm Proofpoint.
Researchers have identified two legitimate-looking malicious npm packages that concealed an open-source info stealer for two months before being detected and removed. Developers downloaded the TurkoRat malware about 1,200 times from open-source repositories.
Data443 has bought Cyren's threat intelligence, URL categorization and email security technology out of bankruptcy for up to $3.5 million. Buying Cyren's anti-spam, virus outbreak detection, IP reputation, URL filtering and Threat InDepth data feeds will boost Data443's existing product portfolio.
Threat intelligence is an important component of OT security because it maps the techniques and tactics of threat actors to what they are likely to attack, and it collaborates across teams to cover potential vulnerabilities, according to CISOs Susan Koski and Sapan Talwar.
As ransomware actors get innovative and attacks keep growing at a brisk pace, threat intelligence and incident response plans are now more vital for businesses. But responding calmly in all that chaos is equally important and should be done the right way, said Palo Alto Networks' Wendi Whitmore.
Mass exploitation campaigns are the latest of many criminal innovations in 2023. Based on tracing ransom payments, they weren't very profitable. But ransomware actors do love their zero-days, said Allan Liska, principal intelligence analyst at Recorded Future.
A top challenge businesses face is the lack of knowledge about what digital assets they have, making it difficult to protect them, respond to attacks, and collect evidence. External threat intelligence and attack surface management are colliding as companies look to respond effectively to threats.
The intelligence community long refrained from adopting open-source technology, but its value has become evident with the rise of cloud computing and machine learning. Practitioners also are shifting toward open-source intelligence to augment the information obtained through human intelligence.
It's getting harder to distinguish between normal and unusual threat activity, with more sophisticated attacks exacerbated by hybrid work and, soon, AI attacks. Defenders need correlated rather than isolated telemetry to get more signal and less noise, say Jeetu Patel and Tom Gillis of Cisco.