Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder of the cybersecurity startup CrowdStrike, says his company is building stockpiles of intelligence about potential hacking groups. Keith Bedford Reuters/Landov We're still waiting for details on how the hack against ... Iowapublicradio.org, 2 weeks ago
Hygiene, Honeypots, Espionage: 3 Approaches To Defying Hackers - NPR, 2 weeks ago
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Crowdstrike CTO Dmitri Alperovitch explains how his company's newest Falcon platform improves security with detection and prevention. Crowdstrike CTO Dmitri Alperovitch is no stranger to the world of malware, having worked for years at McAfee ...E-Security Planet, 2 months ago
Applications & Analytics For Intelligence, Defense & Homeland Security 30 April, 2015 - 1 May, 2015, Washington, DC, United States Information Sharing and Analytics Meeting the Nation's Intelligence Challenge While tremendous progress has ...ASD News, 1 day ago
While one would like to assume that, when it comes to security, vendors act in the best interest of their customers, this is not always the case. Three news developments this week highlight that while vendor trust can be easily lost, it is not ...SearchSecurity.com, 1 week ago
A security firm says code used against Sony has similarities to other malware linked to North Korea A security company in the U.S. has provided further evidence that last year's devastating hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment was carried ...Computerworld, 1 week ago What's in a typo? More evidence tying North Korea to the Sony hack Computerworld Australia, 2 weeks ago Previous exploits link North Korea to the Sony hack TechCentral.ie, 1 week ago
Details on which tools nation-state threat actors use are included in the 2014 CrowdStrike Global Threat Intel report that was released this week. Among its findings: The PlugX Remote Access Tool (RAT) is the most observed malware variant used in ...Internet News, 2 weeks ago Report: PlugX Is RAT of Choice for Nation States E-Security Planet, 2 weeks ago CrowdStrike demonstrates how attackers wiped the data from the machines at Sony CSO Magazine, 3 weeks ago
Chinese adversaries were the most active state-sponsored cyberthreat groups last year, according to report released today by CrowdStrike, but it was Vietnam, not the U.S., that was its top target. A group CrowdStrike code-named "Goblin Panda" ...CIO Magazine, 2 weeks ago Chinese groups behind most state-sponsored attacks in 2014 MIS Asia, 2 weeks ago
The latest CrowdStrike Global Threat Intel Report details the 2014 threat landscape and identifies the key malware and tools used by nation-state-backed threat actors. The 2014 CrowdStrike Threat Intel Report is now available, shedding light on ...EWeek, 2 weeks ago
The North Korea-led hack of Sony Pictures could become a template for a new round of cyber-attacks stoked by escalating international conflicts involving the U.S., including ongoing negotiations aimed to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear ...NBCNews.com, 3 weeks ago Sony Hack Could Spawn Copy Cats, Report Warns NBCNews.com, 3 weeks ago
Analysis of open source information on the cybercriminal infrastructure likely used to siphon 80 million Social Security numbers and other sensitive data from health insurance giant Anthem suggests the attackers may have first gained a foothold in ...Krebs on security, 3 weeks ago
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