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Honorably Serving Our Veterans Wherever the Mission Goes

Posted by Mehul Patel on Nov 2, 2020

The VA Has an Opportunity to Rethink Its Cybersecurity Posture in the New Normal with Cloud Web Isolation.

Covid-19 and its impact have pushed federal workers out from behind the firewall to the edge of the network in home offices. Fortunately, the Department of Veterans Affairs had already embarked on an aggressive IT modernization initiative—providing the framework for making sure remote workers have fast and consistent access to the tools and information they need, wherever the mission takes them.

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, phishing, ransomware, web isolation, COVID-19, Menlo Security, federal security, IT modernization, drive-by attacks, expanding attack surface, digital transformation, Veterans Affairs, VA

Menlo Security Prevents Zero-Day Threat on Internet Explorer

Posted by James Locus on Aug 12, 2020

The Still-Active Zero-Day Exploit Threatens the Frequently Vulnerable JavaScript Engine

Customers of Menlo Security using Internet Explorer (IE) are protected against a recent and still-active zero-day exploit using Internet Explorer, as outlined by Microsoft’s security update CVE-2020-1380.

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Tags: malware, isolaton, Internet Isolation, Active-Threat, CVE-2020-1380, Zero-Day Attack, Internet Explorer, IE

Providing 100 Percent Malware-free Email and Web Browsing

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Aug 11, 2020

How a Fortune 500 Customer Embraced Menlo’s Isolation as Their Primary Defense Against Phishing and Email Threats.

I had the opportunity to chat with one of our largest customers the other day. I can’t mention the company name, but they are a big, well-known brand. Menlo works with eight of the ten largest banks and four of the five biggest credit card companies in the world. Let’s just say it was one of them.

 

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, phishing, isolation, secure web gateway, financial services security, email security, global cloud proxy

Open Access to the Internet with Protection

Posted by Mehul Patel on Jul 21, 2020

Secure Remote Worker Use Case 3:
URL Filtering, SaaS Access Control, and Visibility

A cloud-based secure web gateway (SWG) gives cybersecurity teams complete visibility and control over traffic that bypasses the VPN. Consider these two use cases.

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Tags: malware, phishing, security, spear-phishing, DLP, cloud-delivered security, visibility and control, URL filtering, VPN, SaaS access, remote users, acceptable use policies

Menlo Security Helps Organizations Build a Cybersecurity Strategy Based on ASD’s Essential Eight Recommendations

Posted by Andrew Wyte on Jul 15, 2020

Now, more than ever, the world is changing faster than people and companies can react. Organizations need help with keeping up to date on the cyberthreats to watch for, how attackers attempt to infiltrate the endpoint, and how to stop attacks in their tracks. Otherwise, cybersecurity is largely a patchwork of guesses, what-if scenarios, and crossed fingers.

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Tags: malware, phishing, remote browser isolation, RB, active content security, ASD, essential eight, phishing, application patching, operating systems patching, macro security

How Isolation Would Have Stopped The Russian Election Cyberattacks

Posted by Jay Kelley on Jul 19, 2018

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.

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Tags: malware, phishing, isolation, credential theft, spear-phishing, remote browsing, cyberattacks, browser isolation, presidential election, Russian hackers, Russian operatives, Russian intelligence, DNC, DCCC, Podesta, cryptojacking, X-Agent, Mueller, U.S. election, GRU, Clinton Campaign, Democratic National Committee, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Clinton, cryptocurrency

Compromised Websites and Download Bomb Attacks

Posted by Andrew Prince on Jul 11, 2018

Compromised Websites and Download Bomb Attacks

In recent weeks a resurgence of download bomb attacks has been observed in the wild, attempting to add legitimacy to malicious websites serving a tech support based phishing scam. For users of Menlo Security’s Isolation Platform (MSIP), this attack is trivially defeated with zero malicious content reaching the end user’s device. However, the same may not be said for reputation based security, as we review below.

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Tags: malware, phishing, isolation, javascript, compromised websites, download bomb

Love and malware

Posted by Jay Kelley on Feb 14, 2018

 

 

“Love is like a virus. It can happen to anybody at any time.” – Maya Angelou

 

It’s Valentine’s Day, and love is in the air.

 

Unfortunately, so are emails riddled with malware.

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Tags: malware, cyber security, isolation technology, isolation platform, virus

Lights, Camera, Cyber Attack!

Posted by Jay Kelley on Dec 5, 2017

 

The past few years, the major studios and production companies that create movies, broadcast television, streaming content, and even online and video games have been under cyber attack.

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Tags: malware, isolation, ransomware, malicious code, cyber attacks, phishing attack

Cyber Monday: Going Phishing?

Posted by Jay Kelley on Nov 21, 2017

 

The holiday shopping season kicks off this week with Black Friday (November 24 th) and Cyber Monday (November 27 th). And, if it’s any indication of how much online shopping will occur, last year (2016), Cyber Monday set a new sales record of $3.45 billion USD!
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Tags: malware, phishing, isolation, cyber attacks, isolation platform, cyber Monday, Black Friday

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