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New Variant of Emotet Banking Trojan Malware Detected

A new variant of the banking trojan malware known as Emotet has been spreading in an infected Word document. Once a user is infected, the malware tries to collect browser and email passwords. It may also use the infected machine to spread. This malware family typically spreads via phishing email spam which have links to […]

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The Cybersecurity Skills Gap Is Putting Businesses at Risk

The gap between the supply of trained cybersecurity professionals and the demand for their skills is steadily widening. The ISACA reports that by 2019 the global cybersecurity shortage will reach two million jobs, and a Brocade global study reveals that 54% of businesses expect to struggle in the next year due to a lack of […]

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“Banking” on Cybersecurity

Banking on Cybersecurity in Financial Institutions When you “bank” on a financial institution securing your money, you’re counting on that money to be safe, but you’re not the only one. The banks themselves are also relying on their ability to keep your account secure. If they don’t, the negative consequences they face are enormous. For […]

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Weekly Recap of Cybersecurity News 11/17

In case you missed it, here are some of the biggest stories in cybersecurity from the past week!   McAfee’s own anti-hacking service exposed users to banking malware McAfee’s own anti-hacking service exposed users to banking malware. The purportedly safe link pointed users to a malicious Word document, laden with Emotet banking malware. Read More […]

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How Healthcare Gets Hacked

Avoid the Havoc of Health Care Hacks According to a 2017 Accenture survey, 88 percent of consumers believe their health care provider is as trustworthy with their confidential data as they are with their health care concerns. However, the health care industry as a whole continues to struggle to maintain an impenetrable barrier between its […]

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Announcing 2.1/Alhambra release

Our teams have been busy lately, increasing our release frequency and providing value to our customers with another release. This time, our focus was on making the deployment flow smooth, by supporting Windows Agent installation without an immediate reboot. Let’s go over the most significant changes. Smooth deployment SentinelOne is growing rapidly, and so our customer […]

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New Feature Spotlight – Application Virtual Patching and Exploit Shield

It’s widely known that patching is one of the most involved, time consuming tasks, that also poses a constant chase down for software updates. Moreover, some application simply cannot be patched in a given time frame although vulnerable (legacy software, custom apps, factory lines, complex dependencies), and even if one manages to have a squeaky […]

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Securing the Surge of IoT Endpoints

The newest wave in the global technical tide is the Internet of Things (IoT), an emerging population of digital devices that build on smartphone capacities while eliminating the need for hands-on human control. Programmed to interact with other devices, these tools automate mundane tasks, leaving their humans to focus on more important goals. As more […]

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Weekly Recap of Cybersecurity News 11/10

In case you missed it, here are some of the biggest stories in cybersecurity from the past week!   The Top Ransomware Attacks of 2017 See the video showing the top ransomware attacks of 2017 on Tech Republic. Read More   Better Business Bureau to give more cyber security help to small firms One of the […]

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