Adding Data Security in the Age of Ransomware Attacks
News of ransomware attacks has become all too common in this modern age of cyberattacks. Some say it’s not a question of if you’ll be hit by a ransomware attack, but when.
Out today: Defending against critical threats: A 12 month roundup
Today we launch our brand new publication, Defending Against Critical Threats, in which we take a retrospective look at cyber threats, and how they have evolved in the last 12 months. We’ve designed this in a magazine style format to include both interviews with security experts, and research driven features to help inform strategic decision-making, as organizations prepare for threats they may encounter in the future.
Nibiru ransomware variant decryptor
Nikhil Hegde developed this tool. Weak encryption The Nibiru ransomware is a .NET-based malware family. It traverses directories in the local disks, encrypts files with Rijndael-256 and gives them a .Nibiru extension. Rijndael-256 is a secure encryption algorithm. However, Nibiru uses a hard-coded string “Nibiru” to compute the 32-byte key and 16-byte IV values. The […]
Cisco and IBM Security Simplified: Mapping the Story
Cisco and IBM have jointly developed a comprehensive security story, greatly simplifying your vendor and tools landscape.
Why Endpoint Security Matters in Protecting Remote Workers – Part 1
Enabling your workforce to work securely on any endpoint, anywhere, is now more important than ever. See our customer’s thoughts on the value that AMP for Endpoints brings to their business.
Endpoint Security from Cisco Earns High Marks in Independent Malware Protection Test
Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Endpoints earned high marks in malware protection tests, while achieving the lowest false alarms in the first AV Comparatives Business Main Test Series for 2020.
We must challenge the conventional wisdom of security: every new threat vector requires a new solution. That you must keep adding new tools, new methodologies — and more people — to protect users, devices, apps, and networks.
Ransomware in Education: How to use your Network to Stay Ahead of Attacks
Ransomware and other cyberthreats are growing against Educational institutions. Find out how you can turn your network into a sensor to help turn the tide.
Incident Response Lessons From Recent Maze Ransomware Attacks
This post authored by JJ Cummings and Dave Liebenberg This year, we have been flooded with reports of targeted ransomware attacks. Whether it’s a city, hospital, large- or medium-sized enterprise — they are all being targeted. These attacks can result in significant damage, cost, and have many different initial infection vectors. Recently, Talos Incident Response has been engaged […]