It’s been a year since Gartner released its report on remote browser isolation. At the time, the report was forward thinking—controversial even—as it suggested that enterprises can no longer assume that their traditional detect-and-respond security strategy is enough to stop all web-based malware attacks. Analyst Neil MacDonald argued that enterprises should stop trying to detect every attack and instead focus on “containing the ability of the attacker to cause damage and reduce the surface area for attack.”
Sandboxes Are Vulnerable but Not Obsolete. Can a Secure Web Gateway with Internet Isolation Save the Day?
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A series of zero-day attacks seems to be a leading indicator of what's in store for IE in 2019!
Regardless of the political fall-out from Special Counsel Robert J. Mueller’s indictment of twelve Russian intelligence operatives for tampering with the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, this much seems clear after reading the 29-page, John LeCarre-like document: It has become unreasonable to expect any organization to successfully defend against such a massive, coordinated cyberattack.
Democratic National Committee,
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee,
It was reported on April 1st – appropriate that it was April Fool’s Day – by a number of media outlets that Hudson’s Bay Company, the Canada-based parent company of iconic luxury retailer Saks Fifth Avenue, as well as Lord & Taylor and Saks Off 5th, had been hacked. Reportedly, over 5 million credit and debit card numbers of customers of the retailers had been stolen, and supposedly were for sale on the Dark Web.