ransomware

December 12, 2018

SECURITY

Nearly every threat is either on an endpoint, or it’s headed there

This is because the endpoint is, well, the end. That is where data resides; where individuals organize, communicate, and conduct nearly all activities of their lives; and is often considered...

July 27, 2018

SECURITY

The Ransomware Evolution: What is Happening in Europe?

According to the 2018 Security Capabilities Benchmark Study, 72% of European organisations rely on machine learning to reduce the effort needed to secure their environments.

July 23, 2018

SECURITY

Ransomware: Are you ready?

While there is no silver bullet for fighting ransomware, there are many things that an organization can do to avoid falling victim to this type of attack.

June 26, 2018

THREAT RESEARCH

Files Cannot Be Decrypted? Challenge Accepted. Talos Releases ThanatosDecryptor

Talos is releasing ThanatosDecryptor, a free decryption tool that exploits weaknesses in the design of the file encryption methodology used by Thanatos. This utility can be used to regain access to data.

June 21, 2018

SECURITY

Secure your Endpoints Against Ransomware: Introducing Malicious Activity Protection

In 2017, ransomware evolved new ways to attack your endpoints. In 2018, enter a new engine for AMP for Endpoints, Malicious Activity Protection that stops malware from encrypting a host.

May 9, 2018

THREAT RESEARCH

Gandcrab Ransomware Walks its Way onto Compromised Sites

While we've seen cryptocurrency miners overtake ransomware as the most popular malware on the threat landscape, Gandcrab is proof that ransomware can still strike at any time.

March 1, 2018

MANUFACTURING

2018 Cybersecurity Report Spotlights Emerging Threats to OT Environments

Manufacturers saw many interesting developments in the realm of industrial security in 2017. There were tremendous shifts in how to guard against threats with ransomware like WannaCry,...

February 23, 2018

EDUCATION

The Surprisingly High Cost of Malware in Schools — And How to Stop It

Compared to banks and enterprise corporations and government agencies, who would think that schools would be prime targets for cyberattacks? Surprisingly, education is actually the industry most at risk of...