Save Time, Increase Efficiencies and Improve Security With a Modern SIEM

We hear about the challenges encountered daily by security analysts as a result of the widespread skills shortage. Analysts are overworked and overwhelmed with a flood of insights, notifications and alerts. It’s not surprising that burnout and alert fatigue are common issues in security operations centers (SOCs) today. SOC analysts…

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When Stalkerware Stalks the Enterprise

Fifty years ago, Cold War spy tradecraft required ingenious, purpose-built spy technologies. These included tiny cameras that photographed through button-holes on microfilm, which were useful for taking pictures of paper documents, tiny microphones that had to be installed in landline telephone receivers or lamps for recording secret conversations, invisible ink…

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Attain Embedded Cloud Security With a DevSecOps Approach

In recent years, a high number of security breaches and data leaks have occurred, ranging from minor disruptions to high-impact hacks. Fortunately, organizations seem to be realizing the importance of cybersecurity, which has been confirmed by Gartner research into growing expenditures around security worldwide, including significant contributions to security defenses.…

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The Role of Evil Downloaders in the Android Mobile Malware Kill Chain

The spread of malware from user PCs to handheld devices such as smartphones has been a gradual process that started gaining momentum about a decade ago. At first, relatively basic Trojans would focus on stealing SMS messages to compromise two-factor authentication (2FA) sent to users by their banks. Then, increasingly…

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