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Vegas time is quickly approaching again. You can sort of call it a vacation, and if you do, it’ll likely be the busiest vacation of the year –...
One of the primary advantages of the StealthWatch ® System is its ability to automate threat detection based on Lancope’s proprietary analytics and...
StealthWatch dashboards make it easy for organizations to monitor high risk user groups for malicious activity
Most businesses trust their own employees, but when an organization deals with sensitive data, security must come first. In such an environment, a...
This is the long-anticipated (okay, maybe I just took my sweet time getting around to it) part 4 for the “When I Attack” series. For those that haven...
A few short weeks ago, the details of the Shellshock vulnerability were made public. Since the bug was published, we’ve seen all kinds of scanning...
On Wednesday afternoon, the details behind CVE-2014-6271 were published to the OSS-Sec mailing list. Shortly after that, the bug that is now being...
One of the concerns that has been raised about the Heartbleed vulnerability is that it was introduced into the OpenSSL code base several years ago,...
“Hacker summer camp” has come and gone. The annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas (for events like DEF CON, Black Hat and BSides Las Vegas) makes it pretty...
I’m back this week and moving swiftly up the Kill Chain. In my previous post , I detailed what an advanced attacker would do during the...
Almost a month ago to the day, Lancope posted a blog about Operation Tovar’s disruption of Zeus Gameover and CryptoLocker. At the time, the future of...
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice issued a press release announcing a criminal complaint against “a leader of a tightly knit gang of...
Using IOCs to uncover advanced attacks This week, FireEye produced a report on “Operation Saffron Rose,” a cyber espionage campaign launched by an...

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