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.
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.
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,...
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...
Protecting data in the ransomware era
Cisco's Eric Berkman and Logicalis's Ron Temske collaborate to talk about how to protect data in the ransomware era.
The Many Tentacles of the Necurs Botnet
This post was written by Jaeson Schultz. Introduction Over the past five years the Necurs botnet has established itself as the largest purveyor of spam worldwide. Necurs is responsible for emailing massive amounts of banking malware, ransomware, dating spam, pump-n-dump stock scams, work from home schemes, and even cryptocurrency wallet credential phishing. Necurs sends so much […]
Cisco Government Blogs awarded “Must-Read” status: Check out our Top 5 for 2017
Once again, Cisco Government blogs have been named a top “Must-Read” by industry leaders (including StateTech and FedTech magazines). From Smart Cities to Cybersecurity and Digital Transformation to Digital Acceleration, we’re honored to be recognized for our vision and thought leadership in both the State/Local and Federal spaces. So as 2017 comes to a close we […]
Industrial security: Master your fear of the unknown
When it comes to scary movies, the most terrifying ones are often about the unknown. It’s easy to grasp a frightening ghost, monster, or some lunatic chasing after a group of folks whose van broke down in the wrong town. However, the unknown allows for another level of paranoia because you never know what’s coming […]
Trick-Or-Treat? As Cybersecurity Month winds down, which will your agency pick?
As Cybersecurity Awareness Month draws to a close and All Hallows’ Eve nears, it’s time for one last thought. And it is, appropriately, a dark one – the “Dark Web”. It is the graveyard of the Internet, a maze of death-filled tombs and twisted conjurings that are giving average, everyday people access to some pretty scary technology. […]