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Announcing 2.5/Bahamas Release

We’re happy to announce SentinelOne 2.5/Bahamas is now available including updates such as Deep Visibility, Insights Reporting, improved prevention, detection, and response, and many more features, fixes, and enhancements. Let’s go over the most significant changes. Deep Visibility The new network is no longer defined by a perimeter. Users may be anywhere at any time, […]

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Weekly Recap of Cybersecurity News 1/12

In case you missed it, here is a recap of the biggest cybersecurity news stories from the past week!   AMD processors: Not as safe as you might have thought With all the hub-bub about Meltdown and Spectre, AMD CPUs are widely regarded as being perfectly safe. Well AMD chips may be safer, but they’re […]

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Weekly Recap of Cybersecurity News 1/5

In case you missed it, here are some of the biggest stories in cybersecurity from the past week!   Massive Intel Vulnerabilities Just Landed Some feared the issue would leave millions on millions of computers vulnerable to snooping, whilst others fretted the fix would slow down PCs dramatically, due to the dramatic changes required to […]

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SentinelOne is Compatible with “Meltdown” and “Spectre” Fixes

This document covers SentinelOne’s response to exploit flaws described in CVE-2017-5753, CVE-2017-5715, and CVE-2017-5754. SentinelOne products are compatible with Microsoft’s January 3, 2018, security updates. We tested our Agent against Microsoft’s patch. No incompatibilities causing any stop errors or other issues were found with SentinelOne agent versions 1.8.4, 2.0, 2.1 and 2.5. Overview Microsoft, Google, […]

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8 Visionary Predictions for Information Security in 2018

In 2017, the InfoSec community saw the continuance of several trends from 2016 as well as the emergence of some new and nasty surprises. File-less attacks continued to rise in popularity, ransomware attacks on healthcare organizations became more prevalent, spending on cyber insurance increased, and – what else is new? – a multitude of data […]

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Weekly Recap of Cybersecurity News 12/22

Weekly Recap of Cybersecurity News 12/22 In case you missed it, here are some of the biggest cybersecurity news stories from the past week!   Five Arrested As Cops Hunt Two Of The Biggest Ransomware Strains Ever Five individuals have been arrested as part of an investigation into two major ransomware families – CTB-Locker and […]

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4 Tips to Protect Against Cyber Thieves During the Holidays

4 Tips to Protect Against Cyber Thieves During the Holidays It’s the busiest time of the year for shopping. Americans are on pace to exceed last year’s record-setting online holiday spending, while cyber thieves are also on track to exploit those digital processes with newly developed viruses, and highly sophisticated malware. Consumers who want to […]

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Ransomware: Your Computer Systems’ Worst Nightmare

Ransomware: Your Computer Systems’ Worst Nightmare The technology world is, for the most part, a terrific value-add to our lives, however, there are some offshoots of the digital universe that are downright noxious. One of the most repellent is ransomware, which can be defined as “malware that locks your keyboard or computer to prevent you […]

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Artificial Intelligence: Your Digital Sentinel

Artificial Intelligence: Your Digital Sentinel Businesses of every variety and every industry are facing a constant deluge of the collective black hats trying to storm their digital fences and jeopardize their network integrity. Rarely a day goes by that the headlines aren’t filled with at least one story of another global conglomerate suffering under the […]

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