Cyber Security

Typically, large product suites sold as a bundle – in most industries – win over customers from a perceived value standpoint where best-in-class is less of a factor. However, as we are finding out from returning customers, there is a compelling argument for best-in-class when it comes to malware sandbox

Malware authors are continuously evolving their tactics to evade detection by security tools, and sandbox evasion techniques are a critical component of this cat-and-mouse game. In this comprehensive article, we’ll delve into the intricate details of the three primary categories of sandbox evasion techniques employed by modern malware, shedding light

Introduction As the popularity of Linux and UNIX-like operating systems has grown, so too has the attention from malicious actors seeking to exploit vulnerabilities. With the increasing adoption of these systems in various industries, they have become lucrative targets for cyber attacks. Consequently, the belief that Linux is immune to

The first step in defending your business against phishing is making sure that your employees know that these attacks exist and what they consist of. VMRay’s Abuse Mailbox enables Enterprise, MSSP and MDR SOC teams to create a dedicated mailbox hosted by VMRay solutions, allowing each client’s employees to forward

As mentioned in the previous post, phishing emails that bypass perimeter and endpoint security controls is unfortunately quite common. Many of the successful breaches that happen today just wouldn’t if accuracy wasn’t a problem. According to multiple industry sources, phishing is responsible for approximately 90-94% of successful breaches. The reason

As technology advances, phishing campaigns continue to improve in sophistication, emphasizing the need for vigilance and awareness. The recent spate of ransomware attacks on US healthcare has shown major chinks in the armor of many an organization’s security stack. Zero-Day malware, if unchecked, can bring an organization quickly to its

Three Ransomware attacks and data breaches in the healthcare industry over the last few weeks have been noteworthy. We’ve discussed the first incident that involves the BlackCat Ransomware as a Service (RaaS). Now, let’s continue with the second:the return of LockBit 3.0. Part 3: Rhysida Another ransomware as a service

Three Ransomware attacks and data breaches in the healthcare industry over the last few weeks have been noteworthy. We’ve discussed the first incident that involves the BlackCat Ransomware as a Service (RaaS). Now, let’s continue with the second:the return of LockBit 3.0. Part 2: The End of LockBit? Not So

Ransomware. One word that keeps many IT Administrators and SOC Analysts awake at night. And when it comes to the healthcare industry, the recent ransomware attacks of 2024 have led many IT security practitioners to burn the midnight oil late into the night. Three Ransomware attacks and data breaches in

The recent data leak from a Chinese Security Services Company, i-Soon, sent shockwaves through the CTI world. The name “i-Soon” is not new to the researchers monitoring China-nexus private hacking industry. This attention dates back to the US Grand Jury’s indictment o employees from “Chengdu 404” in 2019, where it

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