Tag Archives: Threat

Securonix Introduces Securonix Risk Study Labs to Aid Cyber …

Expands the Distribution of Cutting-Edge Security Research ADDISON, Texas, Nov. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Securonix, the market leader in next-generation security information and event management (SIEM) and user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), today announced that it has officially launched the Securonix Threat Research (STR) Labs. This launch collects the ongoing research developed by Securonix security experts and shares it with the broader cybersecurity community. “Securonix has been performing deep analysis and research into the latest cybersecurity issues facing the IT security community. With this launch, […]

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Securonix Releases Securonix Hazard Study Labs to Aid Cyber …

Expands the Distribution of Cutting-Edge Security Research ADDISON, Texas, Nov. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Securonix, the market leader in next-generation security information and event management (SIEM) and user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), today announced that it has officially launched the Securonix Threat Research (STR) Labs. This launch collects the ongoing research developed by Securonix security experts and shares it with the broader cybersecurity community. “Securonix has been performing deep analysis and research into the latest cybersecurity issues facing the IT security community. With this launch, […]

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Carbon Black releases sophisticated danger searching from the cloud

Most endpoint detection tools collect only a limited set of data, which can make it hard for teams to track down and combat threats. To address this issue, endpoint security specialist Carbon Black is launching a new threat hunting tool as part of its Predictive Security Cloud (PSC). Cb ThreatHunter continuously collects unfiltered data, giving security teams all the information they need to proactively hunt threats, uncover suspicious and stealthy behavior, disrupt active attacks, repair damage quickly and address gaps in defenses before attackers can. “One year […]

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Amazon.com advertisements might be the greatest hazard to Google considering that Facebo …

Amazon is coming for Google’s lunch. For years, marketers and industry insiders have heralded Amazon as a burgeoning “third force” in advertising, as former WPP chief Martin Sorrell once put it. Now, advertisers are beginning to shift dollars away from digital ad giant Google and toward Amazon, where people increasingly go to search for things they want to buy, CNBC reported on Oct. 8. The trend could make Amazon the biggest threat to Google, the world’s largest ad platform, since Facebook went public in 2012 and made a […]

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Google’s ‘Audio Look’ Is Currently a Significant Danger to Shazam

One of the best features for the Pixel 2 series of smartphones was Google’s addition of the Now Playing feature, which added always-on music recognition. The service is much better than Google’s own Sound Search and third-party services like Shazam and SoundHound, but it was limited to Pixel 2 devices. Last Friday, Google announced a new version of Sound Search that uses the same technology behind the once Pixel-exclusive Now Playing.  Anyone using the Google Search app or Google Assistant can ask, “What’s this song?” […]

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RiskIQ: The Digital Risk Seeker Making Use Of AI To Specify The Future …

RiskIQ: The Digital Threat Hunter Using AI To Define The Future Of Cyber Security  Forbes Full coverage Zoomd Reports David Cartu Posts:Jonathan Siennicki Reports: Beginner’s Guide…Why is Google marketing possibly jeopardized Chinese…David Cartu Information: the entire shortcuts and…Ask an SMXpert – Google Tag SupervisorJonathan Siennicki Claims: How a legacy brand…The Evolving Danger Landscape – Swarmbots,…

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The Evolving Danger Landscape – Swarmbots, Hivenets, Automation …

Over the past several months, the FortiGuard Labs team has been tracking a number of evolving trends related to the FortiGuard 2018 Threat Landscape Predictions article published just before the beginning of the year. This mid-year update provides new details concerning recent advances in some of the techniques and malware tied to those predictions. In particular, the accelerated development of several precursors of Swarmbots and Hivenets are especially worth revisiting. Others include the increased targeting of critical infrastructure, the development of automation in malware exploits, and the […]

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