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McAfee Enterprise releases its Advanced Threat Research Report: October 2021

Subha Bhargavi
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McAfee Enterprise today released its Advanced Threat Research Report: October 2021, examining cybercriminal activity related to ransomware and cloud threats in the second quarter of 2021. With the shift to a more flexible pandemic workforce and the highly publicized Colonial Pipeline attack, cybercriminals introduced new – and updated – threats and tactics in campaigns targeting […]

Fortinet unveils the 2021 Global State of Ransomware Report

Subha Bhargavi
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Fortinet today unveiled the 2021 Global State of Ransomware Report. The survey reveals most organizations are more concerned about ransomware than other cyberthreats. However, while the majority of organizations surveyed indicated they are prepared for a ransomware attack, including employee cyber training, risk assessment plans, and cybersecurity insurance, there was a clear gap in what […]

Mimecast announces a strategic API integration with Humio

Subha Bhargavi
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Mimecast today announced the strategic API integration with Humio. The integrated solution is designed to deliver email-based threat intelligence with advanced detection, investigation and threat hunting. Enterprise organizations leveraging the integration gain search and correlation capabilities across all log types to better detect and respond to advanced cyber threats.

Proofpoint unveils its annual Human Factor report

Subha Bhargavi
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Proofpoint has today unveiled its annual Human Factor report, which provides a comprehensive examination of the three main facets of user risk—vulnerability, attacks, and privilege—and how the extraordinary events of 2020 transformed the current threat landscape. Human Factor 2021 draws on data and insight from a year’s worth of research, covering threats detected, mitigated, and […]

Tips to Improve Threat Report Analysis and Action

Subha Bhargavi
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Most organizations have more threat intelligence than they know what to do with, from a variety of sources – commercial, open source, government, industry sharing groups and security vendors. Bombarded by millions of threat datapoints every day, it can seem impossible to appreciate or realize the full value of third-party data. In a recent CyberSocial […]
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