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Stop Phishing With Technology AND Training

Posted by Jay Kelley on Aug 17, 2017

While Black Hat USA 2017 ended three weeks ago, I wanted to share my thoughts and experiences on my very first Black Hat USA 2017 after being in security for 15+ years. 

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, isolation, ransomware, credential theft, cyber theft, black hat, cyber attacks, cyber training, authentication and application security, spearphishing, Black Hat Conference, Ichthyology, phishing training, phishing attacks

Phishing: It’s Not About Stupidity, It’s About Sophistication

Posted by Greg Maudsley on Jul 18, 2017

There was a time not long ago when victims of phishing attacks were considered stupid. But now that the general population is becoming more aware of the phishing problem, the “pool of stupidity” is shrinking. Easy prey is becoming more difficult to find, so phishing is evolving to new levels of sophistication. Attacks using OAuth, Data URI, PDF credential phish, and PunyCode are now so difficult to detect, even security administrators themselves are falling victim.

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Tags: malware, phishing, malware vulnerabilities, anti-phishing, punycode, oAuth, gmail phishing campaign, uniform resource identifier (URI) scheme

Phishing & Whaling at FS-ISAC

Posted by Jay Kelley on May 22, 2017

Exhibiting at the recent FS-ISAC Annual Summit 2017 at the Dolphin Convention Center (which could have doubled as a meat locker at times because it was so cold, while other times it could have been a large sauna it was so hot and steamy!), there was a mini-monsoon outside at one point. It was like Mother Nature was mimicking the downpour of cyber attacks confronting the financial services players at the event. It was a deluge! 

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, isolation, ransomware, credential theft, financial services, drive-by exploits, spear-phishing, cyber attacks, FS-ISAC Annual Summit 2017

Ransomware in Healthcare…Still?

Posted by Greg Maudsley on May 5, 2017

By now, after years of ransomware in the news, one would think that the problem would begin to ebb, given nearly every security vendors’ claims to prevent it. Obviously this has not proven true, particularly in healthcare.

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Tags: malware, isolation, ransomware, anti-phishing, phishing prevention, healthcare

10 Tips to Reduce Malware Threats

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Mar 6, 2017



Half of the web is vulnerable to malware, as we measured recently in our State of the Web research report, making it clear that merely visiting a legitimate web site is risky.

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, phishing, isolation, security, ransomware, credential theft, malware vulnerabilities, cyber theft, security strategy, anti-phishing, cyber threats, Google Chrome, bitcoins

Menlo Security Rings in 2017 with Channel Partner Program

Posted by Doug Schultz on Jan 30, 2017
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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, phishing, threats, security strategy, channel partner

Looking Back at an Incredible 2016

Posted by Peter Lunk on Jan 23, 2017
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Tags: malware, isolation, security, gateway, global managed security service, channel partner

Malware & Credential Theft are the Problems, not Russia

Posted by Greg Maudsley on Jan 19, 2017

 

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, phishing, isolation, credential theft, gartner, anti-phishing

Browsing the Web is a Leap into the Unknown

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Dec 13, 2016

Users must recognize that they are taking a significant risk when connecting directly to the Internet. The new Menlo Security State of The Web report reveals that nearly half (46%) of the Internet’s top 1 million web sites, as ranked by Alexa, are risky.  

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, blog, isolation, malware vulnerabilities, cyber theft, security strategy, anti-phishing, state of the web

Yes Muni, You Can Limit Ransomware Attacks

Posted by Peter Lunk on Dec 1, 2016

The San Francisco Bay Area was enjoying a US Thanksgiving holiday weekend when ransomware hit its municipal transportation agency, locally known as Muni. Over 900 office computers were affected, with Muni data locked up as the hacker demanded 100 bitcoins, or roughly $73,000, which the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) never considered paying, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, isolation, ransomware, cyber theft, anti-phishing, San Francisco, bitcoin, Muni, remote browsing

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